Hunger Games TV
There’s a brand new TV spot out today with scenes like the cave kiss and Caesar Flickerman with Claudius Templesmith. ”I love that!”
The Hunger Games has dominated the box office since its release, and a new commercial is out today to spotlight its success. How many times have you seen it?
A new commercial for The Hunger Games is out! How many times have you seen the movie so far?
ABC Family has acquired the television rights to The Hunger Games and the sequel Catching Fire.
Lionsgate’s blockbuster film drew $152.5 million during its opening weekend, the third highest opening of all time. ABC Family, which also has the rights to the Harry Potter franchise, additionally garnered the rights to the second film in the franchise, Catching Fire. The films will begin airing on ABC Family in 2014.
In October Lionsgate hired Lawrence Szabo, who previously managed the TV distribution for James Bond during 18 years at MGM.
Stunning new TV spot for The Hunger Games, presented by Liam Hemsworth.
Before you head to the theater on March 22nd for the midnight premiere of The Hunger Games, watch the Reelz Channel special “Inside the Arena” featuring interviews with Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Lenny Kravitz, Donald Sutherland, Elizabeth Banks, Woody Harrelson, Willow Shields as well as our very own HG expert Heather Leigh.
The special will air three times on March 22nd. View the schedule in the press release below and find your local channel by entering your zip code on the Reelz website.
REELZCHANNEL—TV About Movies® today announced it’s giving movie fans a behind-the-scenes look at the pop culture sensation The Hunger Games. “Inside the Arena” features one-on-one interviews with stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Lenny Kravitz, Donald Sutherland, Elizabeth Banks, Woody Harrelson, as well as an exclusive interview with 11-year-old Willow Shields, who plays the coveted role of Primrose Everdeen. We’ll also check out the scene at the movie’s red carpet world premiere and hear from The Hunger Games experts, fans and the actors who explain why the book series is so popular and why the first movie is poised to make box-office history.
“TV About Movies is once again stepping up to give fans an inside look at what’s easily the most anticipated movie of 2012 so far,” said Steve Holzer Executive Producer of REELZCHANNEL Original Programming. “The Hunger Games is a global phenomenon and ‘Inside the Arena’ not only helps satisfy the hunger of the most rabid fans but also provides an introduction to people who don’t know it very well.”
Encore Presentations for the REELZ Special “The Hunger Games: Inside the Arena”:
Thursday, March 22
7:30am ET/ 4:30am PT
1am ET/ 10pm PT
3:30am ET/ 12:30am PT
Friday, March 23
9am ET/ 6am PT
6pm ET/ 3pm PT
Saturday, March 24
11:30am ET/ 8:30am PT
7:30pm ET/ 4:30pm PT
3am ET/ 12am PT
Sunday, March 25
9am ET/ 6am PT
2:30am ET/ 11:30pm PT
Monday, March 26
1pm ET/ 10am PT
3:30am ET/ 12:30am PT
Tuesday, March 27
7am ET/ 4am PT
Check out this new commercial that features brand new scenes of the Capitol and the tagline “The Movie Event of the Year.” Awesome!
Updated with the HQ version!
Here’s a brand new clip from The Hunger Games of Katniss getting the attention of the Capitol in a big way.
The scene is awesome! “Who ordered this pig?”
Suddenly I am furious, that with my life on the line, they don’t even have the decency to pay attention to me. That I’m being upstaged by a dead pig. My heart starts to pound, I can feel my face burning. Without thinking, I pull an arrow from my quiver and send it straight at the Gamemakers’ table. I hear shouts of alarm as people stumble back. The arrow skewers the apple in the pig’s mouth and pins it to the wall behind it. Everyone stares at me in disbelief.
What do you think?
At last! Here’s the full quality version of the amazing new Hunger Games TV spot that began playing earlier this week on the TV Guide Channel.
Here’s the complete version of the new Hunger Games spot that started airing yesterday on the TV Guide Channel. It shows about 10 extra seconds at the beginning compared to yesterday’s version.