‘The Hunger Games’ Listed In MTV 2012 Movie Wish List

MTV has compiled a list where their staff speaks out about their hopes for 2012 movies and ‘The Hunger Games’ is included in the list.

“The Hunger Games” Takes Out “Twilight”
The end of the “Twilight” film franchise is bittersweet. We’ll miss our favorite vampires and werewolves, but 2012 marks the arrival of a new franchise that deserves just as much attention and adoration as Stephenie Meyer’s fangtastic fantasyland. “The Hunger Games” is not “Twilight” and shouldn’t ever be compared as such, but it deserves that blockbuster status. This is a story about survival, self-reliance and discovery, with a female protagonist who is strong, resilient, independent, intelligent and real. In short, Suzanne Collins’ creation has everything modern youth-targeted fiction lacks. I pray to the movie powers for Gary Ross’ big-screen adaptation to be the biggest success story of the year and that the fan fervor for the “Games” doubles that of “Twilight.” – Kara Warner

I have got to say I totally agree with Kara Warner from MTV and now that we are already in the year of 2012, let’s all hope the odds will certainly be ever in favor for ‘The Hunger Games’ movie franchise and the world will be watching ‘The Hunger Games’. I know I certainly will when ‘The Hunger Games’ lands in Singapore on 22 March 2012.

Head over to MTV to check out the full list! Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter (@HungerGamesSG) as well as ‘Like’ us on Facebook for the latest updates!


Posted on January 1, 2012, in The Hunger Games Movie and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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