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As legions of fans of Suzanne Collins’ bestselling novels line up to see Lionsgate’s adaptation of The Hunger Games — midnight screenings alone hauled in about $20 million — Dan Hipp rolls out a slightly gruesome ode to Katniss Everdeen, the bowhunting tribute of District 12. The Hunger Games opens nationwide today, and should be the biggest thing since sliced bread … or at least since Twilight.You can read Spinoff Online’s review of the movie here.
Actually, with the opening weekend, it’s the biggest thing since Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Which was the biggest thing since Dark Knight.
It ranks #3 for opening weekends. Which means, that in addition to a lot of Twihards at conventions, there will be quite a few Tributes wandering around. (“Mockingjays” and “Jabberjays” can be used derogatorily by babymen.)
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