The Reaping isn't too far off now, and as if the powers at Lionsgate could sense our collective mouths watering, they've wheeled out an assortment of tasty amuse-bouches for us to nibble on. (Yes, we watch "Top Chef.") So without further ado, let's rundown the "Hunger Games" headlines of the day:
No, that's not a tear. A droplet of 7-Up flew into my eye, okay?
Accompanying their latest interview with the rock god, Rolling Stone has debuted a brand-new image of Lenny Kravitz's Cinna and Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss sharing a tender moment, presumably moments before the heroine is sucked up via tubing into the Arena.
“He’s very streamlined, he’s very quiet,” Lenny told the magazine of his stylist alter ego. “He knows what he’s doing. He’s confident. He’s got a big heart. I just liked the way he moved—very smooth.”
Another reason to spend hours on Facebook
It's like "The Oregon Trail" minus the dysentery, plus murder. Lionsgate has teamed with developer Funtactix for the creation of "The Hunger Games Adventures," described as an "adventure-based social game where fans can explore the world of Panem." Players will complete missions in each district, meeting plenty of familiar faces along the way. The game will also provide fans with their first look at an official map of Panem. Fun and useful!
Jennifer, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and director Gary Ross cover the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter, accompanied by a feature ripe with "Hunger Games" tidbits. Among nine untold secrets? Jennifer took three days to accept the role of Katniss, the North Carolina set had furry friends (bears!) and the cast has yet to see the film.
What do you think about today's "Hunger Games" news?