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TV Screens Everywhere Are "Catching Fire" In The First TV Spot

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10/15/2013 3:09 pm
TV Screens Everywhere Are
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Heather O'Connell

Content Editor

The first TV spot for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the highly anticipated sequel to the The Hunger Games, has been released and it gives you a taste of what you can expect from the new sequel. The film looks to be following Jennifer Lawrence’s character, Katniss, as she’s going through life now that she’s won The Hunger Games. Life gets complicated for the character as she finds herself back in the last place she wanted to be.. Back in the games she thought she was done with. The spot starts off with Liam Hemsworth’s character, Gale, and Katniss walking through some cold weather as we hear Katniss say “Are you coming to the train station” to Gale who responds to her by saying “You’ve got enough people saying goodbye to you without me there.” We then get glimpses of Katniss and Peeta(Josh Hutcherson), as they are making their way on the victor’s tour through all the districts. We hear Peeta telling Katniss “We can’t go on acting for the cameras and then ignoring each other in real life.” After the tour we see Katniss getting dragged away after the reaping for the 75th Hunger Games and her sister Primrose yelling her name very similarly to when she did the same in the previous games the year before. Onto the games we get glimpses of the various ceremonies she and Peeta must go through leading up to the actual games. We hear a voice-over of Katniss telling Primrose that “You understand that no matter what I do it goes back to you and mom.” It ends as we hear and then see Stanley Tucci’s character, Caeser Flickerman, at one of the ceremonies with Katniss in a mysterious winged dress and he says “We have never seen anything like this, and we will never see anything like it again.” The TV spot definitely had a somber tone to it as it featured Coldplay’s song “Atlas” off the film’s upcoming soundtrack. You can check out the TV spot for yourself below, but be sure to check out the film when it hits theaters on November 22, 2013.


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