I knew it, I knew trollsgate would do this. Those things we’ve been getting they’re not teaser trailers. I knew we needed to get a teaser first. But it’s July, why wait till now? Now should be when you reveal the theatrical. Stupid move on Lionsgates part. Four months till P1 comes out and this is the shit you do.
|Me:||I'll sleep early tonight and get a good 8 hours|
|Me:||*watches entire season of tv show*|
|Me:||*reads every book i own*|
|Me:||*goes on quest to find the holy grail*|
It’s powerful the way it all gets contorted.
Are we not doing spoilers? Because I’ve always been pretty open about being a spoiler-filled blog. Plus, since my blog is based on canon, I can’t help but talk about it….
So, Peeta gets hijacked and chokes Katniss the first time he sees her.
Basically, SC took what we loved about Peeta and what Katniss needed from Peeta, and twisted it, making Peeta a weapon against Katniss.
It is so wrong.
Thanks, Anon. Everything you said was spot on.
Make me choose:
74thor 75th Hunger Games?
I do, however, think that the Third Quarter Quell lacked some of the charming and innocence the 74th HG had. With that, I mean that, even if I love Finnick, Johanna, Mags, etc as much as I do, Clove, Cato, Glimmer, Marvel, Foxface, Thresh and Peeta to some extend managed to create an atmosphere of danger and uncertainty the Third QQ did not have. Also, the idea of actual kids trying (and getting to) kill each other strikes me as far more terrible and tragic that the 75th Games, even if we got to know better and get super attached to some of the characters that died.
Either way, I think that the Third Quarter Quell had a much deeper level of tragedy and excitement, as well as a very well designed Arena and a solid Gamemakers game. That’s why I chose the 75th Hunger Games.
Okay, I’ve talked a lot about Peeta, but this time I want to mention Johanna more. This picture breaks my heart so much for both of them. Just thinking about the defiant strong woman Johanna is, she would openly defy and scream at the Capitol in the middle of the Games. She didn’t have anyone left they could hurt so she was going to say what she thought. The sad thing is that they were able to break her enough to have her just stand there, with Snow.The defiance is still there, but they now have her under their control enough to stand there with her worst enemy and just do what she’s told. My heart breaks for Johanna, who has had everyone she loved taken away, her voice taken away, who is now terrified of water, and familiar to the sounds of her’s and Peeta’s agony.