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Submitted by FilmFracture 730d ago | image

The New Motion Poster For "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" Crackles Just Like Fire

FilmFracture:

"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" will be in theatres November 22, 2012 but the fun of promoting the film has already begun. A new motion poster was released today on the film's Facebook page and while the image is fun to look at, it is the sound the motion poster makes that is memorable: it sounds just like crackling fire. And if the poster's image looks familiar its because it is very much like the teaser trailer (if you can call it that) which showed before "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part Two". Enjoy the motion poster! (Cinema, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire)

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Ares84HU  +   730d ago
The first movie was the worst movie I have seen in my whole life. Why are they keep making garbage like this???

If anyone actually liked this movie than they have a mental problem.
alycakes  +   730d ago
Great poster...the first one had something similar. Can't wait.
StarWarsFan  +   729d ago
Nice poster.
rataranian  +   726d ago
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will be in theatres November 22, 2012"

Ummm...I guess I missed it?
FilmFracture  +   725d ago
Correction: In theatres November 22, 2013 (I would change it but the story has been locked by the site)--Sorry for the error.
ssb3173  +   724d ago
The first movie was above average imo but this poster makes the second to look really cool

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