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Müzik.Filmler.Yabancı kültürler.Kitaplar.Ve hayaller.

Harry Potter.Twilight.The Hunger Games.Millenium Serisi.Ölümcül Oyuncaklar Serisi.Fısıltı Serisi.Vampire Academy.Düşüş.

Tarihi aşk romanları.Fantastik.Ve kesinlikle Romantik.
-kararsız insan,müthiş değişken karakter.
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Mart 1, 2012 at 1:32pm
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fuckyeahthehungergames kullanıcısından yeniden bloglandı

The Hunger Games Covers EW
“Is it violent?” says director Gary Ross of his PG-13 film. “Yes. Do we back off from what it is? No, we don’t.”
The March 23 release of The Hunger Games is nearly upon us. While we can’t make clock turn any faster, we can  offer fans of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling dystopian trilogy (and  newcomers, too) a deep, behind-the-scenes look into the making of the  film, from conception to casting, filming to marketing.
Perhaps no bit of casting news was met with greater surprise than  Lenny Kravitz taking on the role of Cinna, hero Katniss Everdeen’s  deeply cool and compassionate stylist. Kravitz was working on his album,  living out of a trailer in the Bahamas and oblivious to the Hunger Games phenomenon, when Ross first approached him to offer him the part. The  director had been moved by the musician’s gentle grace in Precious and was further intrigued by the fact that Kravitz already felt a  nurturing bond with star Jennifer Lawrence, who had become close friends  with his daughter Zoe during the filming of X-Men. “I love that girl,” says Kravitz. “The minute I met her she became a part of the family.”
It took one sleepless night of reading a downloaded version of The Hunger Games in his trailer for Kravitz to commit. But Woody Harrelson, who  initially turned down the role of Katniss and Peeta’s sodden wreck of a  mentor Haymitch, was a harder sell. “Listen, I’m nuts,” he explains. “It  was just a stupid thing where I hadn’t read the books yet. I didn’t see  that there was enough for me to do in the script. But then Gary called  me back and said ‘You got to do this, I don’t have a second choice for  the role.’ And of course flattery always gets the best of me so I read  the books and really saw the depths of this guy. Holy s—, I would have  been bummed to miss this.”
For more on The Hunger Games, including what you won’t see in the movie and how Jennifer Lawrence is enjoying her last few days of anonymity, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands Friday, March 2.

The Hunger Games Covers EW

“Is it violent?” says director Gary Ross of his PG-13 film. “Yes. Do we back off from what it is? No, we don’t.”

The March 23 release of The Hunger Games is nearly upon us. While we can’t make clock turn any faster, we can offer fans of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling dystopian trilogy (and newcomers, too) a deep, behind-the-scenes look into the making of the film, from conception to casting, filming to marketing.

Perhaps no bit of casting news was met with greater surprise than Lenny Kravitz taking on the role of Cinna, hero Katniss Everdeen’s deeply cool and compassionate stylist. Kravitz was working on his album, living out of a trailer in the Bahamas and oblivious to the Hunger Games phenomenon, when Ross first approached him to offer him the part. The director had been moved by the musician’s gentle grace in Precious and was further intrigued by the fact that Kravitz already felt a nurturing bond with star Jennifer Lawrence, who had become close friends with his daughter Zoe during the filming of X-Men. “I love that girl,” says Kravitz. “The minute I met her she became a part of the family.”

It took one sleepless night of reading a downloaded version of The Hunger Games in his trailer for Kravitz to commit. But Woody Harrelson, who initially turned down the role of Katniss and Peeta’s sodden wreck of a mentor Haymitch, was a harder sell. “Listen, I’m nuts,” he explains. “It was just a stupid thing where I hadn’t read the books yet. I didn’t see that there was enough for me to do in the script. But then Gary called me back and said ‘You got to do this, I don’t have a second choice for the role.’ And of course flattery always gets the best of me so I read the books and really saw the depths of this guy. Holy s—, I would have been bummed to miss this.”

For more on The Hunger Games, including what you won’t see in the movie and how Jennifer Lawrence is enjoying her last few days of anonymity, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands Friday, March 2.

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THE HUNGER GAMES - TV SPOT “District 12” (HQ)

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“Gale says I never smile.  Except in the woods.”

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Dear Readers,

I’ve just had the opportunity to see the finished film of The Hunger Games. I’m really happy with how it turned out. I feel like the book and the film are individual yet complementary pieces that enhance one another. The film opens up the world beyond Katniss’ point of view, allowing the audience access to the happenings of places like the Hunger Games control room and President Snow’s rose garden, thereby adding a new dimension to the story.

Director Gary Ross has created an adaptation that is faithful in both narrative and theme, but he’s also brought a rich and powerful vision of Panem, its brutality and excesses, to the film as well. His world building’s fantastic, whether it be the Seam or the Capitol. It’s amazing to see things that are suggested in the book fully developed and so brilliantly realized through the artistry of the designers.

And, my God, the actors. The cast, led by the extraordinary Jennifer Lawrence, is absolutely wonderful across the board. It’s such a pleasure to see how they’ve embodied the characters and brought them to life.

So I’d like to sincerely thank all the many people who devoted their time and talents to the film, especially producers Nina Jacobson and Jon Kilik, and the excellent teams at Color Force, Larger Than Life, and Lionsgate.

I hope you enjoy the film!

— Suzanne Collins (via haymitchsemptybottle)

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“It’s beautiful, isn’t it? I’ll never forget the first time I walked through those doors”

“It’s beautiful, isn’t it? I’ll never forget the first time I walked through those doors”

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I came to fly.

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