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purpledaze420:

Real shit

Aug 30

quote I’m so tired, Katniss.

Mockingjay, p376

This like kills me everytime. Peeta is just a boy. He is a child who has been through more than any child or any person should ever have to. He doesn’t know what’s real and what’s fake and he doesn’t even remember how much he loved Katniss. He’s been tortured and beaten and placed in the Arena twice. He hates himself because of what the Capitol did to him. This line breaks my heart because after going through everything he’s just so, so tired.

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#HI PEOPLE WHO HATE PEETA MELLARK #THIS IS THE IMMENSE AMOUNT OF CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT THAT YOU SOMEHOW MISSED #THE PART WHERE WE SEE JUST HOW BRAVE HE’S BEEN #AND HE DOESN’T NEED A BOW AND ARROW #OR HUNTING SKILLS #OR ANY SORT OF WEAPON #TO BE ONE OF THE STRONGEST CHARACTERS IN THE SERIES

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Aug 30
panempropaganda:

"I hadn’t considered that until you just said it, and now I feel a bit anxious. So thank you" Empire had just put it to Sam Claflin, one of Catching Fire’s break-out stars as troubled hunk Finnick, that The Hunger Games is on the brink of being not just a successful franchise but an iconic one; a movie series that defines cinema-going for a generation. “I’m really glad none of us were thinking about that while we were shooting, but I suppose you’re right,” says Claflin. “We were just trying to live up to the last two. If we’d been thinking about a legacy we might have crumpled under the pressure.”
Mockingjay is where the series gets intense. Yes, more intense than child murder and state oppression. Our heroes are, as Claflin says, “in a pretty grim place.” Director Francis Lawrence calls it “a story of the consequences of war….To not pull punches at the end is really important. The ending is not just the squeaky-clean ending that people expect from a young-adult series.”
- Empire Magazine’s October Winter Preview Issue

panempropaganda:

"I hadn’t considered that until you just said it, and now I feel a bit anxious. So thank you" Empire had just put it to Sam Claflin, one of Catching Fire’s break-out stars as troubled hunk Finnick, that The Hunger Games is on the brink of being not just a successful franchise but an iconic one; a movie series that defines cinema-going for a generation. “I’m really glad none of us were thinking about that while we were shooting, but I suppose you’re right,” says Claflin. “We were just trying to live up to the last two. If we’d been thinking about a legacy we might have crumpled under the pressure.”

Mockingjay is where the series gets intense. Yes, more intense than child murder and state oppression. Our heroes are, as Claflin says, “in a pretty grim place.” Director Francis Lawrence calls it “a story of the consequences of war….To not pull punches at the end is really important. The ending is not just the squeaky-clean ending that people expect from a young-adult series.”

- Empire Magazine’s October Winter Preview Issue

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Deleted scene from The Fault in Our Stars

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Young Colin Firth