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Woody Harrelson Calls 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Visually 'Staggering'

Woody Harrelson gave "Hunger Games" fans something to get excited over, when he revealed that the visuals for the upcoming film "Catching Fire" are simply "staggering." Harrelson, who plays Haymitch Abernathy in the series, sat down with MTV News to talk about the big-screen adaptation of "Catching Fire," the second book in the Suzanne Collins trilogy. When discussing what viewers can expect, Harrelson hinted at some amazing visuals.


ArtsBeat: Children's Book Coming From 'Hunger Games' Author

Year of the Jungle

Suzanne Collins, the author of the wildly successful “Hunger Games” trilogy, as well as the five-volume teen fantasy series “The Underland Chronicles,” has completed a a new book, “Year of the Jungle,” a 40-page children’s book, which will be published next September by Scholastic.


Book Buzz: 'Hunger Games' reaches No. 1 on USA TODAY's list

The perfect alignment of the gift-giving season and anticipation for The Hunger Games movie is boosting sales for Suzanne Collins' popular young-adult trilogy. The first book, The Hunger Games, reaches No. 1 on USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list for the first time (its previous peak was No. 2, on Sept. 29). Catching Fire is No. 7, Mockingjay is No. 8, and the boxed set is No. 27. "As strongly as The Hunger Games trilogy has been selling all year, it's been amazing to see how many new readers continue to discover the books every day through word-of-mouth recommendations, holiday gifts, and the incredible buzz for the upcoming movie," says Scholastic's Ellie Berger. The movie, starring Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, opens March 23.


Book Buzz: 'Dragon Tattoo' No. 1 for fifth straight week

Also from Stieg Larsson, a new hardcover boxed set; Carl Hiaasen skewers celebrity culture; and Suzanne Collins wraps up her teen trilogy.


Lionsgate Nabs The Hunger Games

The film is based on a futuristic young-adult novel by Suzanne Collins.


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