Hunger Games Soundtrack
‘The Hunger Games’, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth & Alexander Ludwig Win at The Teen Choice Awards 2012!
The Hunger Games and cast won big tonight at the Teen Choice Awards!
The Hunger Games movie won Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games, won Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Josh Hutcherson, The Hunger Games and Journey 2, won Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, The Hunger Games won Choice Liplock
Liam Hemsworth, The Hunger Games won Choice Move Scene Stealer: Male
Alexander Ludwig, The Hunger Games won Choice Movie Villian
Taylor Swift, “Eyes Open” from the Hunger Games Motion Picture Soundtrack won Choice Single by Female Artist
The Hunger Games Triology by Suzanne Collins won Choice Book
I didn’t see the announce on Choice Movie Scene Stealer, which I would guess Elizabeth Banks would win and Jennifer and Amandla Steinberg for Choic Movie Chemistry. I’ll try to find out, it wasn’t televised.
Congratulations to The Hunger Games cast, crew and author Suzanne Collins!
Vote for ‘The Hunger Games’, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Taylor Swift in the Teen Choice Awards 2012!
Wrath of the Titans
The Hunger Games
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1
Chris Hemsworth – The Avengers
Josh Hutcherson – The Hunger Games/ Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
Robert Pattinson – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1
Robert Downey Jr. – The Avengers
Taylor Lautner – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1
Jennifer Lawrence – The Hunger Games
Kristen Stewart – The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1
Lily Collins – Mirror, Mirror
Scarlett Johanson – The Avengers
Vanessa Hudgens – Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
Single by Female Artist
Adele – Set Fire to the Rain
Jennifer Lopez (feat. Pitbull) – Dance Again
Katy Perry – Part of Me
Kelly Clarkson – Stronger
Taylor Swift – Eyes Open from The Hunger Games Soundtrack
The Hunger Games Trilogy – Suzanne Collins
The Twilight Saga – Stephenie Meyer
The Divergent Trilogy – Veronica Roth
The Lucky One – Nicholas Sparks
The Giver – Lois Lowry
Go VOTE HERE to vote for The Hunger Games, Jennifer, Josh, Liam, Taylor and Suzanne! You have to register to vote and you have to be between the ages of 13 – 19 and a US resident.
Today Amazon Movies & TV tweeted this link to a free download of Rue’s whistle on their site.
When you click the link the title of the song is “Official Hunger Games Instrumental”, which is a little vague, but the album is listed as “Hunger Games Mockingjay Call”. Also, the preview of the song definitely confirms it is the mockingjay whistle. Any fans out there considering making it their ring tone? I personally think it’s a pretty great suggestion on Amazon’s part.
This behind-the-scenes video explains how the incredible soundscapes of The Hunger Games were designed–the quiet crunch of leaves and the raucus surprise of fireballs.
Movie Director Gary Ross and his sound team including Supervising Sound Editor Lon Bender, Re-recording Mixer Michael Keller, and Re-recording Mixer Mike Prestwood Smith discuss their approach to creating the lush soundscapes for this highly anticipated film adaptation.
One of the most striking aspects of The Hunger Games is the incredible score. It’s subdued when necessary, with large periods of silence. The times it does perk up there’s a quiet genius to it, with memorable motifs that perfectly capture the spirit of the movie.
The Hunger Games Soundtrack Songs from District 12 and Beyond is set to debut at the top of the Billboard charts!
What’s your favorite song?
The Grammy-award winning folk rockers The Civil Wars talk about working on The Hunger Games soundtrack, Adele and looking like Johnny Depp.
I love them! John Paul White cracks me up. LOL! He does look like Johnny Depp!
Take it away, Optimistic Dani.
Hi, everyone! Beautiful day, isn’t it? I’m Dani’s optimistic side.
I’m not gonna lie. This album is one of the most unique soundtracks I’ve heard and it fits the “Hunger Games” on so many levels! The folksy, bluesy sound present in many of these tracks definitely brings to mind the region of District 12. Each song reeks of desperation, destitution, and despair. Some even lean towards the revolutionary, hopeful side of our favorite dystopian series, which I think fans will appreciate. Several tracks remind me of specific scenes or relationships from the “Hunger Games,” such as the cave scene, the Reaping, Katniss’ relationship with Rue, with Prim, with Peeta, with her absent father. Others appear to be from different points of view, such as “The Ruler and the Killer,” depicting the Capitol, specifically President Snow’s, tyrannical view of the Tributes. Either way, each song on this soundtrack represents some aspect or even several aspects of the “Hunger Games.” I’d call that a success!
The deluxe edition includes a 24-panel 15″ by 20″ foldout poster as well as limited edition trading cards with images of characters from The Hunger Games. You can get the deluxe edition with the poster and trading cards for $11.99.