December Issue of Vanity Fair Includes ‘The Hunger Games’ Feature And More Photos
Just a little while ago we have posted on ‘The Hunger Games’ Tributes cast featured in a Vanity Fair article. It appears Vanity Fair has more photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Gale Hawthorne in their ‘The Hunger Games’ feature slideshow. Check it out below!
Plus, Vanity Fair has also released additional quotes from the cast and crew interviews!
For those mourning the passing of the Harry Potter cycle and dreading the looming end of the Twilight saga, Suzanne Collins has come to the rescue with her spellbinding trilogy of novels, The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay. The first comes to movie theaters on March 23. The post-apocalyptic drama takes place in Panem, a North American country that is divided into 12 districts. Every year children between the ages of 12 and 18 must enter their names in a lottery known as “the reaping.” Each district selects a boy and a girl to compete with the representatives of the other districts in a televised fight to the death. The final victor wins a life free from want. Collins got the idea for the books from watching footage of the Iraq war and reality television. Adapted for the screen by writer-director Gary Ross (Seabiscuit), the films are positioned to be Hollywood’s next big teen franchise. “My kids turned me on to it, and I went nuts,” says Ross, adding, “You rarely get a tentpole that has this much emotional depth, this much character to dive into.” Jennifer Lawrence, who received an Oscar nomination last year for her performance in Winter’s Bone, is Katniss, the heroine, who, when her younger sister gets picked in the reaping, volunteers to take her place. “Katniss is an incredible character: she’s a hunter but not a killer, a 16-year-old who’s being forced into the arena,” says Lawrence. “These kids are killing one another only because if they don’t they’ll die. It’s heartbreaking.” Josh Hutcherson (The Kids Are All Right) plays Peeta, who has loved Katniss since childhood and who is also chosen in the reaping. “I literally read all three books over the course of five days,” he says. “My mind was blown by how much I felt I was like Peeta. We shot in the forest near Asheville, North Carolina—a lot of fight scenes, very physically demanding. Jennifer and I totally hit it off. We’re both crazy people—we don’t hold anything back.” Ross concludes, “My responsibility was to Suzanne and the readers, to give them the same experience they had when they read the book. I was just so lucky that I had the cast I had.”
Down With The Capitol has confirmed with Vanity Fair that December 2011 issue of Vanity Fair will include ‘The Hunger Games’ feature. December 2011 issue of Vanity Fair will hits stands today in New York and Los Angeles and all around United States of America on November 8, 2011.
December 2011 issue of Vanity Fair features Scarlett Johansson on the cover as shown below.
If you would like to buy the December issue of Vanity Fair, you can try your luck at major bookstores in Singapore such as Kinokuniya Singapore Main Store at #03-09/10/15 of Ngee Ann City as they do have lots of imports around the world, especially in this particular huge store. Otherwise, you can also check out your nearby bookstores or newsstands that imports such magazines.
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Update: We have checked with Kinokuniya Singapore Main Store at #03-09/10/15 of Ngee Ann City and the staff said December 2011 issue of Vanity Fair should be in stores in around next week.
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