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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is a 2013 American dystopian science fiction action film based on Suzanne Collins dystopian novel Catching Fire (2009), the second installment in The Hunger Games trilogy. The film is the sequel to The Hunger Games (2012) and the second installment in The Hunger Games film series, produced by Nina Jacobson and Jon Kilik, with co-production by Lionsgate Films and distributed by Lionsgate Entertainment. Francis Lawrence directed the film, with a screenplay by Simon Beaufoy and Michael Arndt (credited as Michael deBruyn). Adding to the existing cast, the supporting cast was filled out with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Sam Claflin, Lynn Cohen, Jena Malone, and Amanda Plummer. Filming began on September 10, 2012, in Atlanta, Georgia, before moving to Hawaii. The plot of Catching Fire begins a few months after the previous installment; Katniss Everdeen and fellow District 12 tribute Peeta Mellark have returned home safely after winning the 74th Annual Hunger Games. Throughout the story, Katniss senses that a rebellion against the oppressive Capitol is simmering among the districts.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiered in London on November 11, 2013 and was theatrically released on November 15, 2013, in Brazil; November 20 in Finland, Sweden, and Norway; November 21 in the United Kingdom; and November 22 in IMAX, in the United States. The film set records for the biggest November opening weekend and biggest three- and five-day Thanksgiving box-office totals, surpassing the first film s box office grosses by over $150 million. It ranks as the 26th-highest-grossing film at the domestic box office and the highest-grossing film at the domestic box office of 2013, becoming the first 2-D film since The Dark Knight (2008) to top the yearly box office, as well as having a lead female top the box office for the first time since The Exorcist (1973). The film has grossed over $865 million worldwide and is the fifth-highest-grossing film of 2013, the highest-grossing film released by Lionsgate, and the highest-grossing entry in The Hunger Games series. The film was followed by The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, a two-part sequel and finale of the franchise: Part 1 was released on November 21, 2014, in the United States, and Part 2 on November 20, 2015.

Catching Fire received positive reviews and is considered by critics to be an improvement over its predecessor, with the sentiment being that it s a more-confident, more-polished movie ; and praised Lawrence s performance as Katniss, themes, action sequences, musical score, screenplay, visual effects and emotional depth. It was the most critically acclaimed chapter in The Hunger Games series, according to review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. The film also received numerous nominations, with a nomination for the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Action Film and a Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film. For her performance, Lawrence was nominated a second time for the Empire Award for Best Actress as well as the Saturn Award and Broadcast Film Critics Association Award. The song Atlas was also nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media and a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song.


Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark have settled into a life of material comfort and emotional unease back in District 12 following their joint victory in the 74th Hunger Games. President Snow visits Katniss and explains that her actions in the Games — specifically, her would-be suicide pact with Peeta — have inspired uprisings across Panem. He orders her to use the upcoming Victory Tour to convince him that her actions were out of love and not defiance against the Capitol, warning her that her friends, family, and everyone else in District 12 will otherwise face execution. Katniss mentor, Haymitch, later warns her that Victors of the games must serve as mentors to future tributes and that their show of love will be forced to continue for the rest of their lives.

Unrest and protests are on display in many Districts over the course of the Victory Tour, as is brutality by local Peacekeepers. Peeta and Katniss subsequently announce their engagement in an attempt to quell the Districts. At an upper-class party concluding the tour, Snow publicly toasts them but subtly signals to Katniss that he remains unconvinced. During the festivities, Katniss meets enigmatic new head Gamemaker Plutarch Heavensbee. Peacekeepers led by the brutal Commander Romulus Thread begin to mercilessly raid homes and other places throughout District 12, placing the citizens under curfew. Katniss s friend Gale is publicly whipped after tackling Thread to stop him from killing civilians; he is saved by Katniss and the other victors. Heavensbee tells Snow that the rebellion cannot survive Katniss’ new celebrity status as a victor.

The upcoming 75th Hunger Games – the third Quarter Quell — is announced, with tributes set to be selected from previous victors. Katniss devotes herself to ensuring Peeta survives. On Reaping Day, Haymitch s name is drawn, but Peeta immediately volunteers to take his place. The adult tributes, accustomed to a safe and comfortable life as victors, are openly angry about being forced to return to the Games. For her pre-Games interview, Katniss wears a wedding dress, as ordered by Snow, but her stylist Cinna sets it to transform into a symbol of a mockingjay. During his interview, Peeta lies that he and Katniss have married in secret and are expecting a child, leading to fruitless protests from citizens for the Games to be stopped. Just before Katniss enters the arena, Cinna is beaten to death by Peacekeepers in front of her as punishment for tampering with her dress.

In the Games, Katniss and Peeta ally themselves with the District 4 tributes, playboy Finnick Odair and his elderly mentor Mags. When the arena s forcefield shocks Peeta, stopping his heart, Finnick resuscitates him. The group is later forced to flee from a poisonous fog; when Peeta cannot go on, Mags sacrifices herself so that Finnick can help him. The group discovers that water removes the gas-induced blisters. When mandrills attack, Peeta is saved by the unexpected sacrifice of a drug-addicted tribute from District 6. The group escapes to the beach, where they meet up with Beetee and Wiress, a pair of scientist tributes from District 3, and acerbic District 7 tribute Johanna Mason. Wiress, who has suffered a nervous breakdown, repeats the phrase tick-tock , leading Katniss to realize that the arena is designed like a clock, with regular hazards each hour contained within their respective zones. Wiress s throat is slit by Gloss, one of the Careers from District 1. Gloss is then fatally shot by Katniss while Johanna kills his sister, Cashmere. Finnick is injured by another Career. Heavensbee has the Gamemakers spin the clock to disorient the tributes.

Beetee suggests luring the rest of the Careers to the wet beach and electrocuting them, taking advantage of the lightning that strikes every 12 hours. The group separates to prepare the trap, laying down wire. When District 2 tributes Brutus and Enobaria emerge, Johanna stuns Katniss, cuts the tracker out of her arm and flees. Katniss finds an unconscious Beetee. Unable to find Peeta, and hearing a cannon, Katniss almost kills Finnick, thinking he betrayed them, but he reminds her to remember who the real enemy is . Katniss attaches wire to an arrow and shoots it into the arena roof just as lightning strikes. The lightning is conducted along the wire, causing the arena shields to fail and the roof to fall, and Katniss is knocked unconscious.

Katniss awakens in an aircraft with Haymitch, Finnick, a still-unconscious Beetee, and Heavensbee, who is revealed to be a rebel against Snow. Haymitch tells her they are bound for District 13, headquarters of the new rebellion. He reveals that half the tributes were in on a plan to rescue Katniss, a symbol of the growing rebellion, but that Peeta and Johanna have been captured. A distraught Katniss is sedated after attempting to attack Haymitch for violating his promise to save Peeta. She awakens to find Gale by her side, who reassures her that her family is safe but that District 12 has been destroyed by the Capitol.


  • Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen
  • Josh Hutcherson as Peeta Mellark
  • Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne
  • Woody Harrelson as Haymitch Abernathy
  • Elizabeth Banks as Effie Trinket
  • Lenny Kravitz as Cinna
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch Heavensbee
  • Jeffrey Wright as Beetee Latier
  • Stanley Tucci as Caesar Flickerman
  • Donald Sutherland as President Coriolanus Snow
  • Toby Jones as Claudius Templesmith
  • Willow Shields as Primrose Everdeen
  • Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair
  • Lynn Cohen as Mags Flanagan
  • Jena Malone as Johanna Mason
  • Amanda Plummer as Wiress
  • Meta Golding as Enobaria
  • Bruno Gunn as Brutus
  • Alan Ritchson as Gloss
  • Stephanie Leigh Schlund as Cashmere
  • Patrick St. Esprit as Romulus Thread
  • Paula Malcomson as Mrs Everdeen
  • Stef Dawson as Annie Cresta
  • Nelson Ascencio as Flavius
  • Bruce Bundy as Octavia
  • William Tokarsky as Someone Else



Lionsgate announced that a film adaptation of Catching Fire would be released as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on November 22, 2013, as a sequel to the film adaptation of The Hunger Games, with principal photography to take place in September 2012. Simon Beaufoy was hired to write the script for the film and wrote two drafts before leaving after Gary Ross, director of The Hunger Games decided not to direct the sequel. The shooting timeframe was co-ordinated between Lionsgate and 20th Century Fox, in order to allow time for Jennifer Lawrence to shoot X-Men: Days of Future Past, the sequel to Fox s X-Men: First Class, in January 2013.

On April 10, 2012, it was announced that Gary Ross, director of The Hunger Games, would not return due to a tight and fitted schedule. Ross cited the lack of time he had for directing and writing the film in the three and a half months after the release of the first film as the reason for leaving the franchise, hence his decision to move on to direct Free State of Jones. Bennett Miller, Joe Cornish, Francis Lawrence and Juan Antonio Bayona were all being considered to direct the new film. On April 19, 2012, it was announced that Francis Lawrence was offered the director position for the film. Lionsgate officially announced Francis Lawrence as the director for Catching Fire on May 3, 2012. Two days later, it was reported that Michael Arndt (Toy Story 3, Little Miss Sunshine) was in talks to re-write the script for Catching Fire. On May 24, 2012, the film was renamed The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Arndt was confirmed as the new writer of the script. Arndt was paid $400,000 a week for re-writing the script.

According to sources, the adaptation needed to be done filming by December 2012 to fit Jennifer Lawrence s schedule. When X-Men: Days of Future Past lost its original director and shooting for the film was delayed till April 2013, Jennifer Lawrence was no longer needed to be filming in January 2013 and the shooting timeframe for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was extended to March (including several breaks due to the holidays and awards season). The film featured sequences filmed in the IMAX format.


In July 2012, it was announced that Jena Malone would portray Johanna Mason, that Amanda Plummer would portray Wiress, and that Philip Seymour Hoffman would portray Plutarch Heavensbee. Following this, in August 2012, it was announced that Lynn Cohen had been cast as Mags. Alan Ritchson was cast as Gloss on August 9, Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair on August 22, and Jeffrey Wright as Beetee on September 7.


Lawrence, Hutcherson and Hemsworth all dyed their hair for the movie once again. Lawrence went back into archery training in order to get in shape for the role while the supporting cast undertook training in preparation for the arena scenes.

Production officially began on September 10, 2012, with shooting concluding for some of the cast on December 21, 2012. After the Christmas break, filming resumed for two weeks in mid January for some of the main cast and was placed on hold for awards season. Principal photography resumed and concluded in March 2013. Shooting first took place in and around metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia and then moved to Hawaii, to shoot the arena scenes. The cast and crew were on a busy schedule, working 14-hour days and six days a week. In an interview with MTV, Josh Hutcherson confirmed scenes in the film would use IMAX cameras by stating, They re shooting, I think, all the stuff in the arena is going to be IMAX . Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth were in Ringwood, New Jersey shooting District 12 scenes involving snow for the beginning of the film on January 31 and February 1. Jennifer Lawrence confirmed that she would fly out to Hawaii on February 25, the day after she won the Academy Award for Best Actress at the 85th Academy Awards to shoot for the final 9 days along with Claflin and Hutcherson.

In late March, filming occurred in the Universal Studios backlot and was kept extremely secretive. Witnesses reported towers and fences on set. None of the main cast were believed to have been on set. Reshoots were scheduled for April 13 in Atlanta. With the base camp set up at Executive Park off North Druid Hills Road, filming also occurred at the Goat Farm Arts Center.

Francis Lawrence has estimated an hour of the film would be devoted to Arena scenes, and said that cameras would be mounted to avoid the shaky-cam look from the first film. In an IMAX featurette, Francis Lawrence also confirmed that scenes taking place in the Arena were shot on IMAX cameras to distinguish them from scenes external to the Arena. Approximately 50 minutes of the film s footage was shot in the IMAX format, through the use of three IMAX 15 perf/65mm film cameras.


Sarah Burton, creative director at Alexander McQueen, gave pieces of McQueen s collection to costume designer Trish Summerville. Summerville collaborated with Indonesian designer Tex Saverio when designing Katniss wedding dress for the Quarter Quell interviews.



British singer Ed Sheeran recorded three songs for the soundtrack, but Lionsgate declined the offer. On May 14, 2013, Alexandra Patsavas was listed in the credits as music supervisor, replacing T Bone Burnett from the first film. Coldplay were announced as the first official artist to be featured on the Catching Fire soundtrack album, with the song Atlas , released worldwide on September 6, 2013. Christina Aguilera announced that her song, We Remain , would be part of the official soundtrack of the film. Other artists featured on the soundtrack include Of Monsters and Men with Silhouettes , Sia featuring The Weeknd & Diplo with Elastic Heart , The National with Lean , The Weeknd with Devil May Cry , Imagine Dragons with Who We Are , Lorde with Everybody Wants to Rule the World , The Lumineers with Gale Song , Ellie Goulding with Mirror , Patti Smith with Capitol Letter , Santigold with Shooting Arrows at the Sky , Mikky Ekko with Place for Us , Phantogram with Lights , and Antony and the Johnsons with Angel on Fire .


The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Original Motion Picture Score
Film score by

James Newton Howard
Released November 25, 2013
Genre Soundtrack
Label Universal Republic
James Newton Howard chronology
The Hunger Games: Original Motion Picture Score The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Original Motion Picture Score The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 Original Motion Picture Score

In October 2012, composer James Newton Howard confirmed that he would return to score the film. The score album was released on November 25, 2013. All songs written and composed by James Newton Howard, except We re a Team (co-written by Coldplay band members: Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion, and Chris Martin).

No. Title Length
1. Katniss 1:42
2. I Had to Do That 2:22
3. We Have Visitors 3:01
4. Just Friends 1:29
5. Mockingjay Graffiti 1:44
6. The Tour 5:56
7. Daffodil Waltz 0:26
8. Waltz in A (Op. 39, No. 15) 0:43
9. Fireworks 3:05
10. Horn of Plenty 0:36
11. Peacekeepers 5:55
12. Prim 2:08
13. A Quarter Quell 2:05
14. Katniss is Chosen 3:18
15. Introducing the Tributes 1:29
16. There s Always a Flaw 1:48
17. Bow and Arrow 1:07
18. We re a Team 1:52
19. Let s Start 2:02
20. The Games Begin 4:43
21. Peeta s Heart Stops 2:10
22. Treetops 1:22
23. The Fog 4:58
24. Monkey Mutts 4:44
25. Jabberjays 1:33
26. I Need You 3:57
27. Broken Wire 3:53
28. Arena Crumbles 1:43
29. Good Morning Sweetheart 3:07
Total length: 1:14:58



On November 16, 2012, the first teaser trailer was released with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 and revealed the official logo and tagline for the film. Lionsgate announced a sweepstakes competition where 12 fans would have their name listed in the film s credits. On January 11, 2013, Entertainment Weekly released a 2013 Preview edition of their magazine, with the first look of Lawrence as Katniss and Claflin as Finnick on the cover as well as several stills showcasing scenes from the film. On February 22, both Hitfix and the official Facebook page debuted two viral posters of the Victory Tour featuring Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss) and Josh Hutcherson (Peeta).

On January 28, 2013, CapitolCouture.PN, a promotional site for the film s fashion and culture, opened and could only be unlocked with a passcode. Once in, a picture of a blue chair appeared and told readers to check back on March 4. On March 4, 2013, the site began to release portraits of the various characters.

Alongside the announcement of the teaser trailer premiering at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, Lionsgate revealed a new website called TheHungerGamesExplorer. On April 10, the website was updated and fans had to tweet using the hashtag #HungerGamesExplorer to unlock new stills from the movie. A still could be unlocked every day leading up to April 14, 2013, the teaser trailer s release date.

The teaser trailer thus debuted at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards on April 14, presented by Liam Hemsworth, and the trailer was posted on TheHungerGamesExplorer and YouTube after the ceremony. Beyond Fire by T.T.L. was played as the trailer music.

An exclusive new trailer debuted at the San Diego Comic-Con International on July 20, 2013, also being released online on that day. Walmart released the first TV spot on their Facebook page on October 14, featuring Coldplay s song, Atlas .

On October 27, 2013, during the fifth inning of game 4 of the 2013 World Series, the final trailer was released. Three days later, on October 30, 2013, a new IMAX poster for the film debuted.


The film premiered at the Odeon Leicester Square theater in London on November 11, 2013. The film was later released on November 22, 2013, in the United States in conventional and IMAX theaters. The film was also shown in the 4DX format in selected international territories. It features motion-enhanced seating, wind, water sprays, strobe lightning, and scent-based special effects. The film was released in 4,165 theaters in the United States and Canada alone.

Home media

The Blu-ray/DVD release date for the film in the United States was March 7, 2014. The entire Hunger Games series was released on 4K UHD Blu-ray on November 8, 2016.

Actresses Lynn Cohen and Stephanie Leigh Schlund, who played Mags and Cashmere in the film, respectively, promoted the DVD and Blu-ray versions of the film with an appearance at the March 7, 2014 midnight release of the product at the Walmart in Secaucus, New Jersey. As of March 16, 2014, Catching Fire has sold 2,073,719 DVDs along with 2,186,430 Blu-ray discs for $35.4 million and $43.8 millio, respectively, totaling $79.4 million of revenue within two weeks of release.


Box office

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire earned $424.7 million in North America and $440.3 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $865 million. Worldwide, it is the highest-grossing film of The Hunger Games series, the highest-grossing film distributed by Lionsgate and the fifth-highest-grossing 2013 film.

Outside North America, it is the highest-grossing film of The Hunger Games series, the highest-grossing film released by Lionsgate and the seventh-highest-grossing 2013 film. On its first weekend, it was only released in Brazil (November 15, 2013), where it grossed $2.4 million on its opening day and $5.26 million for the weekend. On the following Wednesday and Thursday, it opened in 42 more territories, bringing its total to $32 million in a week. The film opened in 63 other territories and earned $138.4 million during the weekend ($146.6 million including its first week in Brazil). Its three largest openings occurred in the UK, Ireland and Malta ($19.8 million), China ($13.0 million) and Germany ($12.9 million). In total earnings, its largest countries are the UK, Ireland and Malta ($55.5 million), Germany ($43.4 million) and Australia ($34.3 million).

In North America, Catching Fire is the sixteenth-highest-grossing film, the highest-grossing film of The Hunger Games series, the highest-grossing film distributed by Lionsgate and the highest-grossing 2013 film. Box Office Mojo estimates that the film sold more than 50 million tickets in the United States and Canada. It became the first 2-D film since The Dark Knight (2008), as well as the first film with a female lead since The Exorcist (1973), to top the yearly box office. It is also the top-selling film in Fandango history, surpassing previous record-holder Avatar. The film earned $25.3 million during Thursday late-night showings. It topped the box office on its opening day with $71.0 million (including Thursday late-night showings), which is higher than its predecessor s opening-day gross ($67.3 million) and is also the seventh largest single-day and opening-day gross. During its opening weekend, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire claimed first place with $158.1 million, opening higher than its predecessor ($152.5 million). This was the sixth-highest-grossing opening weekend, the second-highest-grossing opening weekend of 2013 behind Iron Man 3 ($174.1 million), and the highest-grossing opening weekend in November, breaking the record set by The Twilight Saga: New Moon ($142.9 million) in 2009. It was in first place for two consecutive weekends. The film also broke the following records: the biggest Friday for a film in its second weekend, the largest three-day ($74.2 million) and largest five-day ($109.9 million) Thanksgiving gross. The latter two records would be held until 2019 when they were both surpassed by Frozen II. The film achieved the fifth-highest-grossing opening week (Friday-to-Thursday), the third-highest non-opening Wednesday and the fourth-largest second weekend.

Critical response

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire received very positive reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 90% based on reviews from 293 professional critics, with a rating average of 7.6/10. The website s critical consensus reads: Smart, smoothly directed, and enriched with a deeper exploration of the franchise s thought-provoking themes, Catching Fire proves a thoroughly compelling second installment in the Hunger Games series. It was the highest rated science fiction/fantasy movie of the year on the website. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 reviews from mainstream critics, the film received an average score of 76 (indicating generally favorable reviews ) based on 49 reviews. According to polls conducted during the opening weekend by CinemaScore, the average grade audiences gave the film was an A, on an A+ to F scale.

The Hollywood Reporter said that the film has received generally positive reviews and CNN reported that reviews were overwhelmingly positive but noted that an overarching complaint was that it runs needlessly long … and the screenplay and direction do occasionally fall short. Entertainment Weekly said the consensus was that the sequel is a more-confident, more-polished movie that delves deeper into Panem s political conflict . It also reported, Critics are impressed that commits to Katniss just as much as she would a complex David O. Russell character.

Writing for The Village Voice, Stephanie Zacharek praised Jennifer Lawrence s performance, writing that the actress is both on fire and in the process of becoming, and it’s magnificent to watch. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film 3.5 stars out of four and said, Pop-culture escapism can be thrilling when dished out by experts. Katniss is a character worth a handful of sequels. And Lawrence lights up the screen. You ll follow her anywhere. He also commended supporting actors Sam Claflin and Jena Malone. Reviewing on Roger Ebert s website, Susan Wloszczyna of USA Today awarded the film three out of four stars, praising the acting of Jeffrey Wright, Amanda Plummer and Jena Malone and referring to the challenges of the arena as visually intriguing. Wloszczyna writes: …the one truly fresh invention—and the one that matters most—is Katniss herself. With each on-screen chapter, the poor girl from District 12 continues to fulfill her destiny as an inspiration and a rebel fighter. Ian Nathan of Empire gave the film 4 stars out of 5 and noted that it was even better than the first film. He praised director Lawrence for taking a more muscular approach and sensibly downplaying the love triangle, noting that neither, quite frankly, are fit to lay a pinky on quiver . One fault he did find was in Philip Seymour Hoffman s surprisingly ineffective performance .

A negative review came from Sophie Monks Kaufman of Little White Lies, who praised Lawrence s performance but criticized the dilution of the ingredients that made The Hunger Games so gripping. She also found fault with the lumbering plot, the hamminess of President Snow and Plutarch Heavensbee and the lackluster and unconvincing script culled from a dramatically difficult book . David Denby of The New Yorker argued that the premise doesn t make a lot of sense . He praised the impressive first act and Jennifer Lawrence, for project the kind of strength that Katharine Hepburn had when she was young. Denby found the second act attenuated and rhythmless and criticised the incoherent finale that will send the audience scurrying back to the book to find out what’s supposed to be going on .


List of awards and nominations
Year Award Category Recipients Result
Golden Trailer Awards Best Action Poster Nominated
Best Independent Poster Victory Tour Close Up
Hollywood Film Awards Best Song Atlas Won
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actress Elizabeth Banks Nominated
Best Editing Alan Edward Bell Nominated
2014 Grammy Awards Best Song Written for Visual Media Atlas Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Original Song Nominated
Critics Choice Movie Awards Best Action Film Nominated
Best Actress in an Action Movie Jennifer Lawrence Nominated
Best Song Atlas Nominated
IGN s Best of 2013 Movie Awards Best Movie Nominated
Best Sci-Fi Movie Nominated
Best Movie Poster IMAX poster Nominated
People s Choice Awards Favorite Year End Movie Won
Kids Choice Awards Favorite Movie Won
Favorite Movie Actress Jennifer Lawrence Won
Favorite Female Buttkicker Won
Jena Malone Nominated
Empire Awards Best Film Nominated
Best Thriller Won
Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Nominated
Best Actress Jennifer Lawrence Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Sam Claflin Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Movie of the Year Won
Best Male Performance Josh Hutcherson Won
Best Female Performance Jennifer Lawrence Won
Best Shirtless Performance Sam Claflin Nominated
Best Fight Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, & Sam Claflin vs. Mutant Monkeys Nominated
Best Villain Donald Sutherland Nominated
Best On-Screen Transformation Elizabeth Banks Nominated
Favorite Character Katniss Everdeen Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Best Action Trailer World Event Won
Best Fantasy Adventure Trailer Official Theatrical Trailer Nominated
Best Original Score Final Trailer Won
Best Action TV spot Let it Fly Nominated
Best Fantasy/Adventure TV spot Atlas Nominated
Best Romance TV spot We Remain Nominated
Best Action Poster Won
Best Drama Poster Teaser Poster Nominated
Best Wildposts Outdoor Teaser Won
Best Standee for a Feature Film Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Science Fiction Film Nominated
Best Director Francis Lawrence Nominated
Best Actress Jennifer Lawrence Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Jena Malone Nominated
Best Production Design Philip Messina Nominated
Best Editing Alan Edward Bell Nominated
Best Costume Trish Summerville Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Won
Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Jennifer Lawrence Won
Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Liam Hemsworth Nominated
Josh Hutcherson Won
Choice Movie: Villain Donald Sutherland Won
Choice Movie: Scene Stealer Sam Claflin Nominated
Choice Movie: Liplock Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson Nominated


In July 2012, Lionsgate announced that two films based on the final book in The Hunger Games trilogy, Mockingjay, were scheduled to be released. The first film, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, was released on November 21, 2014 while the second film, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, was released on November 20, 2015. Principal photography on the two-part film began on September 23, 2013, in Atlanta and concluded on June 20, 2014, in Berlin, Germany.

Year 2013
ReleaseDate 2013-11-22
RuntimeMins 146
RuntimeStr 2h 26min
Plot Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark become targets of the Capitol after their victory in the 74th Hunger Games sparks a rebellion in the Districts of Panem.
Awards Awards, 22 wins & 68 nominations
Directors Francis Lawrence
Writers Simon Beaufoy, Michael Arndt, Suzanne Collins
Stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth
Produced by Suzanne Collins,Joseph Drake,Nina Jacobson,Jon Kilik,Darlien Morales,Michael Paseornek,Aldric La auli Porter,Louise Rosner,Allison Shearmur,Bryan Unkeless,Patrick Wachsberger
Music by James Newton Howard
Cinematography by Jo Willems
Film Editing by Alan Edward Bell
Casting By Debra Zane
Production Design by Philip Messina
Art Direction by John Collins,Adam Davis,Robert Fechtman,Arron Ingold
Set Decoration by Larry Dias
Costume Design by Trish Summerville
Makeup Department Diana Acrey,Lance Aldredge,Lay Na Anderson,Elena Arroy,Dean Banowetz,Germicka Barclay,Stephanie Barnes,Steve Battaglia,Maurice Beaman,Nikki Bell,David Beneke,Sheryl Blum,Chantal Boom la,Anita Brabec,Andrea C. Brotherton,Shutchai Tym Buacharern,Mary Burton,Barbara Cantu,Nani Casillas,Caitlin Charles,Bryson Conley,Cydney Cornell,Becky Cotton,Daniel Curet,Mia Daaja,Lawrence Davis,Beatrice De Alba,Peter De Oliveira,Nathaniel De Lineadeus,Caitlin DeGarmo,Victor Del Castillo,Leslie Devlin,Erin Draney,Lynne K. Eagan,Gunn Espegard,Kris Evans,Selena Evans-Miller,Jay Ferrara,Linda D. Flowers,Tyson Fountaine,Shana Fruman,Julia Gadiana,Magen Grays,Zoe Hay,Glenn Hetrick,Valerie Jackson,Bill Johnson,Kimberly Jones,AnnaRose Kern,Yuko T. Koach,Micah Laine,Melody Levy,Brad Look,Veronica Lorenz,Mary Lum,Maya Lyn,Chris Lyons,Gindy Martin,Stevie Martin,Joe Matke,Robert Maverick,Sarah Mays,Scott Spencer Miller,Tracey L. Miller-Smith,Angela Moos,Tracey Moss,Bill Myer,Ve Neill,Douglas Noe,Bruna Nogueira,Ralph A. Ochoa,Quintessence Patterson,Bobbie Payne,Victoria Payne,Brian Penikas,Anthony Pepe,Stephanie Ponder,Margaret Prentice,Carol Rasheed,Cyndi Reece-Thorne,H. Kevin Russell,Deborah Rutherford,Don Rutherford,Monty Schuth,Aida Scuffle,Toby Sells,Kendal Shannon,Jamilah Simmons,Trenton Simmons,Nikoletta Skarlatos,Colette Slattery,Ignacia Soto-Aguilar,Natalie MacGowan Spencer,Anna Stachow,Keitric Starks,Katrina Suhre,Alyn Topper,Jennifer Tremont,Dawn Turner,Teresa Vest,René Warnes,Jean Webber,Tifanie White,Lisa Ann Wilson,Robert Wilson,Steve Winsett,Victoria Wood,Mi Young,Jose Zamora,Debbie Zoller
Production Management Renee Confair,Jeffrey Harlacker,Adam McCarthy,Mark W. McCoy,Jason Pomerantz,Author Queries,Louise Rosner
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Hamid Ait Timaghrit,Philip Banks,David Champion,Matt Goldstein,Michael G. Jefferson,Amir R. Khan,Derek Peterson,Aldric La auli Porter,Justin Ritson,John R. Saunders,Chad Stahelski,Christopher Surgent,Ben White,Cody Williams,Wainani Young-Tomich
Art Department Justin Allmett,Stéphanie Arnaud,Alan Au,Pedro Barquin,Cliff Battle,Cameron Beasley,Christopher Beeman,Daniel Boxer,Rick Brondum,Dawn Brown,Robert Bullock Jr.,Steve Burnes,Joanna Bush,Alvin S. Cabrinha Jr.,Wes Campbell,Christopher Carlson,Sam Carter,Nalu Carvalho,Jeremiah Castleman,Paul Chandler,Rick Chavez,Donald K. Cochran,Matthew Coffman,Jack Cornelius,Rebecca Cornwall,Deborah Croswell,Michael Crowe,Jason Davis,Alexandre de Susini,Jeffrey DeBell,David Elliott,Kate Emery,Scot Erb,Sarah Falls,Christopher Ferris,Daniel B. Foster,Kelsey Fowler,Carol Francoso,Seth Gardner,Sara Gardner-Gail,Shane Garner,Amy Giedraitis,Cary Goen,Paul W. Gorfine,William Gouinlock,Michael Gowen,Wylie Griffin,Jennifer Hackney,John Hair,Kaitlyn Hamby,Rob Hamby,Jeffrey Harris,Todd Hatfield,Jim Hewitt,Julia Hill,Sammy Ray Hill,Margaret Hungerford,Stephen Hutton,Jeff Tolley,Tommy John,Kent Jones,Shurlan Joseph,Andrew Calma Jr,Mark Keever,Dave Kilby,Solomon King,Jen Knight,Rich Koll,Nina Kyle,Steven Ladish,Alphonse A. Lambert Jr.,Christopher Larsen,George Lee,Amy Lehman,Craig K. Lewis,Ted Lubonovich II,Sean Macomber,Jay Martin,Karl J. Martin,Gregory H. Massey,Laura C. McPherson,Ron Mendell,Drew Meyers,Ruth Mitchell,Waylyn Morgan,Sheila Nash,Mark Nave,Jason Negron,Ky Hoang Nguyen,Tripp Norton,Pat Oldknow,Harry E. Otto,Kenneth W. Page,Rick Perryman,Andrew Petrotta,Allyson Petty,Justin Powers,Edward J. Protiva,Anna Ragghianti,Taraja Ramsess,Ricky Riggs,Lisa Pike Rincon,Isaia Robins,T.J. Rottenberg,Kenneth R. Saunchegraw,Gregory Schmitz,Nathan Schroeder,Zach Selter,Trey Shaffer,Rae Signer,Brett C. Smith,Easton Smith,Richard Smith,Spencer Smith,Najib Sobhi,Tom Sola,Jacob Standley,Craig Stanley,Douglas Stanley,Shannon Stecyk,Sara E. Steele,Darrell Tachibana,Kouji Tajima,John Thomason,Michael Trumphour,Linda Verzi,James Bryant Wactor,Amanda Ward,David Mathew Weeks,John Weeks,Alexandra West,Jack White,Liloa Wong,Ben Woodworth,Steven Spelman
Sound Department Sarah Bourgeois,Mark DeSimone,Joel Dougherty,Robert Edwards,Lee Gilmore,Catherine Harper,Shane Hayes,Hilda Hodges,David Jobe,Thomas Jones,Kyle D. Krajewski,Skip Lievsay,Hank Martin,John Maskew,Michael Miller,Jordan O Neill,Ralph Osborn,Jeremy Peirson,James Peterson,Adam Pleiman,Drew Ponder,Andy Potvin,Mark Purcell,David Raymond,Carl Rohrs,Greg Steele,Cameron Steenhagen,John Joseph Thomas,Chykeria Thompson,Mark Weingarten,Bryon Williams,Ryan Young,James Baker,Evan J Haley,John St. Denis
Special Effects by Steve Cremin,Kyle Davis,Christian Eubank,Nick Karas,Pete Kelley,William D. Lee,Joe Love,Ritisoni Maauga,Chelsea Madison,Tyler C. Martin,Wes Mattox,Brandon K. McLaughlin,Joe Perez,Cory Grinder Poucher,Paul Sabourin,Russell Shinkle,Richard Terry Tjelmeland,Scott Willis,Kamuela Yurong,Michael O Brien
Visual Effects by Shaun Friedberg Pyrokinesis ,Marco Abbruzzese,Brian Adler,Oliver Adranghi,Gerardo Aguilera,Suzaine Aguirre,Laide Agunbiade,Shish Aikat,Matthew Albone,Alexandre Alin,Antony Allen,Jon Allitt,Katarzyna Ancuta,Gerald Ang,Joe Arnold,Vaughn Arnup,Marc Aubry,David Aulds,Marc Austin,Dan Ayling,Nithin Babu,Eric Bachtiar,Marcus Bain,Cheryl Bainum,Heath Baker,Leslie Baker,Simon Baker,Wayne Baker,Michael Jeff Baldemoro,Daniel Baldwin,Sam Balzer,Marco Barbati,George Barbour,Adam Barnett,Daniel Barrett,Patrice-Alain Barrette,Michel Barrière,Jason Bath,Bryn Bayliss,Olivier Beaulieu,Lyse Beck,Loïc Beguel,Alexis Belanger,James Bell,Katie Bell,Gregory Bellis,Eric Benedict,Michaël Bentitou,Michel Bergeron,Vincent Bergeron,Rodrigo Bernardo,Alex Berson,Louise Bertrand,Pierrot Berube,Romain Besnard,Shweta Bhatnagar,Luke Bigley,Sabina Bihlmaier,Muhittin Bilginer,Steven Bills,Graham Binding,Pierre Blain,Raphaele Blanchard,Vincent Blanco,Sandro Blattner,Robert Bock,Jason Bohbot,Martin Bohm,Florin Boieriu,Eglantine Boinet,Jeremy Boissinot,Sebastian Bommersheim,Varun Bondwal,Cédric Bonnaffoux,Landon Bootsma,Jonathan Bot,Maryse Bouchard,Yanick Bourgie,Romain Bouvard,Adam Bradley,Neal Bradshaw,James Braid,Lee Bramwell,Paul Brannan,Hayley Brazelton,Michael Brazelton,Benjamin Brenneur,Kristie Breslin,Caroline Brien,Jamie Briens,Ryan Brooks,Colin P. Brown,Nik Brownlee,Christina Bruce,Tom Bruno,Matt Beauchamp Buck,Jean-Francois Burdin,Patrick Michael Burke,Markus Burki,Andy Burmeister,Thomas J. Burton,Amirah Busairi,Paul Butterworth,Edouard Buttiero,Sam Buys,Caroline Bélisle,Andrew Cadey,Steve Cady,Daniel Caffrey,Ignacio Caicoya,Daniel Cairnie,Robin Stuart Cape,Jon Capleton,William Carley,Caleb Carr,Helen Carr,Remi Cauzid,Onur Can Cayli,Elohim Cervantes Tampus,Julien Chabot,Christophe Chabot-Blanchet,Caroline Chai,Saptarshi Chakraborty,Guillaume Champagne,Arthur Chan,Cori Chan,Johnny Chan,François Chancrin,Jerly Chang,Will Chang,Lai Lok Chau,Cookie Chee,Tim Cheng,Ricky Cheung,Cheow Hong Chia,Gak Gyu Choi,Jong Jin Choi,Julian Chong,Tina Thitinuch Chongko,Caleb Choo,Charles Chorein,Kenneth Chua,Johnson Chuang,Jasper Chung,Patrick Clancey,Francis Clément,Félix Clément,Kia Coates,Chad E. Collier,Carlos Conceicao,David Conley,Robert Connor,Katharine Watford Cook,Shane Cooper,Ian Copeland,Francesco Cosatti,Mélanie Cotton,Zoe Cranley,Jim Croasdale,Francois Croteau,Joanie Croteau,Marie-Cecile Dahan,Sean Danischevsky,Rhea Darch,Tim Daust,Patrick David,Samual Dawes,Robert De La Cruz,Adrian De Wet,Yoshi DeHerrera,Thierry Delattre,Joel Delle-Vergin,Brian Delmonico,Paul Denhard,Luc Desmarais,Matt Dessero,Anouk Deveault-Moreau,Craig Dibble,Ivelina Dobreva,Jennifer Docherty,Andreane Dodier-Villeneuve,Bryan Dodson,Michelle Penland Dodson,Tim Donlevy,Tyson Donnelly,Wes Dorough,Alana Douglas,Lukas Drake,Dominic Drane,Jeff Driver,Julien Dubuisson,Georg Duemlein,Lafleche Dumais,Georgia Dumergue,François Dumoulin,Catherine Duncan,Eamon Samuel Duncan,Shawn Dunn,Frederic Dupere,Mathieu Dupuis,Samuel Durocher,Daniel Duwe,Thomas Døhlen,Javier Edo,Jennifer Elena,James D. Etherington,Huw J. Evans,Maggie Evans,Lawrence Fagan,Finella Fan,Liam Farnham,Luca Fascione,Oliver Ferguson,Mitchell Ferm,Deak Ferrand,Eduardo Figueiroa Salas,Jean-Pierre Flayeux,Matthew Fogarty,Yong Xian Foo,Ludovic Fouche,Sebastien Francoeur,Migael Franken,Rogier Fransen,Alan Fregtman,Laetitia Gabrielli,Raphaël Gadot,Jean-Francois Gagne,Carl Gagnon,Adam Gailey,Megan Galbraith,Roxanne Geoffroy,Sotiris Georghiou,Daniel Georgiou,Judith Gericke,Stephan Gervais,Yannick Gillain,Jen Gillespie,Kenneth Gimpelson,Ivan Girard,Anette Gjertsen,Huiying Goh,Michelle Goh,Marcus Goodwin,Jimmy Gordon,Gabby Gourrier,Olivier Gravel,Elizabeth Gray,Matt Greig,Martin Groezinger,Jonathan Grégoire,Lewis Guarniere,Martine Guay,Alexandre Gény,Shramana Haldar,Patrick Hall,Thomas Hallé,David Hampton,Pete Hanson,Rachel Faith Hanson,Jason Harris,Emile Harvey,Serena Hastie,Quentin Hema,Rachael Hender,Kerstin Herold,Ben Hicks,Christopher Hiess,Peter Hillman,Mia Hippy,Alex Holcombe,Matt Holland,Julie Holmes,Nadine Homier,Melvin Hong,Sandy Houston,Benjamin Huber,Chad Hudson,Ryan Hutchings,Muhammad Hidayat Isnin,James Jacobs,Bhakar James,Victoria James,Jean-Sebastien Jasenovic,Chris Jestico,Adam Jhani-Stephens,Neil Jianoran,Martin Johansson,Martina Johansson,Drew Jones,Scott Joseph,Vanessa Joyce,Jeffrey Kalmus,Joshua Kamau,Dong Hun Kang,Miae Kang,Stephen Karl,Joseph Kasparian,Chris Keller,John Kelly,Jeremy Kelly-Bakker,Benjamin Khan,Ara Khanikian,Eunice Khoo,Jordan Kirk,Julien Klein,Mak Knighton,Jayzica Kong,Robin Konieczny,Elicia Koo,Makoto Koyama,Lars Kramer,Dmitri Krasnokoutski,Duncan Boon Kwang Kuah,Vikram Kulkarni,Anouk L Heureux,Khaled Labidi,Keith Lackey,Alain Lacroix,Martin Lake,Mathieu Lalonde,Vassilios Lanaris,Nathan Lane,Sam Lane,Isabelle Langlois,Samuel P. Larson,Geoffroy Lauzon,Stephen Lawes,Alex Lay,Matthew Leach,Mathieu Leclaire,Christine Leclerc,Daniel Leduc,Francois Leduc,David Lee,Carmelo Leggiero,Simon Legrand,Maxime Lemieux,Samuel Lepage-Bedard,Jean-François Leroux,Raphael Letertre,May Leung,Dean Lewandowski,Darryl Li,Chew Teng Lim,Sky Lim,Carlos Lin,Zachary Lo,Jason Locke,Zoe Lord,Martine Losier,Leah Low,Valerie Loyer,Adrian Rivera Lozano,Matt Lumb,Morgan MacCuish,Sam Maclennan,Garry Maddison,Jocelyn Maher,David Man,Tony Man,Peter Mann,Howard Margolius,Karina Mariano,Jason Marlow,Olivier Martin,Richard Martin,Luc-Ewen Martin-Fenouillet,Rob Mason,Mark Masson,Daniel Matley,Kevin McAllister,Bradley McFlinn,Owen McGonigle,Dave McGrath,David McKay,Donal McMullan,Renton McNeill,Brian Meanley,Ravi Mehta,James Meikle,Jennifer Giovanna Meire,Cedric Menard,Simon Mercier,Charlotte Merrill,Stephanie Metcalfe,Francois Metivier,Thomas Middleton,Jessica Millar,James A.J. Miller,Seth F. Miller,Belly Mingmuong,Vladimir Minguillo,Effandi Mohamed,Nafisah Mohamed,Juan Pablo Monroy,Thomas Montminy Brodeur,Peter Moran,Sébastien Moreau,Steven Morgan-Hastie,Benoit Morin,Christian Morin,Jean-Francois Morissette,David Antonin Mucci,Matt Mueller,Nicky Muir,Michel Murdock,Vanessa Mylchreest,Duncan Nairn,Amit Narwani,Stephane Naze,Malcolm Neailey,Dan Neal,Matt Neapolitan,Geng Tong Neo,Jessica Newhouse-Smith,Evan Ng,Lukas Niemczyk,Reika Nixon,Tom Nixon,Nicolas-Alexandre Noel,Teni Noravian,Tristan North,Alexander Nowotny,Pete O Connell,John O Lone,Cyndi Ochs,Cenay Oekmen,Yvonne Oh,Pawel Olas,Paula Olszowska,Cyrus Ongg,Jon Ossitt,Carol-Ann Ouimet,Olivier Painchaud,Francisco Palomares Pozas,Sathyan Panneerselvam,Nikolett Papp,Nicholas Papworth,Hunter Parks,Daniel Pastore,Bhavik B. Patel,Uppu Pavanrajesh,Emily Pearce,Robert D. Pearson,Benoit Pelchat,Steve Pelchat,Laurie Pellard,Philip Pendlebury,Dylan Penhale,Ana Sofia Mestre de Almeida Pereira,Luis Pereira,Patrick Piche,Andrew Pinson,James Porter,Andy Potter,Etienne Poulin St-Laurent,Emily Probert,Yann Provencher,Esdras Prudente,Giorgia Pulvirenti,Katherine Pursey,Simon Pynn,Pascal Raimbault,Rokas Rakauskas,Kade Ramsey,Troy Ramsey,Pierre Raymond,Patrick Redmond,Richard R. Reed,Eric Reinhard,Julia Reinhard,Eric Reynolds,Jane Reynolds,Benjamin Ribière,Tania Richard,Kim Rickard,Viktor Rietveld,Nicolas Rigaud,Sébastien Rioux,Chris Ritvo,Grant Roa,David Roberge,Marianne Roberge,Eleanor Rogers,Emanuel Rosario,Sharuddin Rosunally,Leigh Russell,Ash Ryan,Olivier Ryard,Stephanie Saillard,Matthew Salisbury,Christoph Salzmann,Mayur Samant,Olov Samuelsson,Kevin San,Katy Savoie,Dan Schick,Markus Schmidt,Andreas Schulz,Andreas Schuster,Sam Schwier,Paul Scott,Amanda Seah,Laetitia Seguin,Todd Semmes,Miguel Sepulveda,Apoorva Shah,Michael Shapiro,Leona Sharkey,Janet Sharpe,David Short,Richard Simko,Wayne Simmons,Janek Sirrs,Christian Sjostedt,Richard Skelton,Howard Sly,Lori Smallwood,Stephen Smart,Irene Smirnova,Anton Smit,Dane Allan Smith,Marc Smith,Eva Snyder,Perry Hyunwoo Sohn,Jordan Soles,Michael Solon,Michael Solorzano,Na Song,John Sore,Eddie Soria,Melissa Spicer,Doug Spilatro,Laurent Spillemaecker,Laurent Srey,Guillaume St-Aubin-Seers,Mark Stanger,Adrian Steel,Albrecht Steinmetz,Alan Stucchi,Frederick George Stuhrberg,Filip Sustek,Philip Swart,Ben Swinbanks,Josef Sy,Sonny Sy,Nicholas Symons,Ranko Tadic,Mathieu Taggart,Helene Takacs,Sylvie Talbot,Alex John Tan,Gabriel Tan,Jerrod Tan,Theophane Tan,Makoto Tanaka,Patrick Tasse,Manuel Tausch,Chris Tay,Yang Ki Tay,Sandy Taylor,Jalal Tchelebi,Emeline Tedder,Ari Teger,Tim Teramoto,Kieran Tether,Stephen Tew,Philippe Theroux,Gaetan Thiffault,Eric G. Thivierge,Amy Thomas,Gareth Thomas,Melinka Thompson-Godoy,Jon Thorsen,Steve Tizzard,Shermaine Toh,Kar Hung Tom,Helder Tomas,Alexander Toms,Oscar Tornincasa,Attila Torok,Mariko Tosti,Carine Touraille,Sanju Travis,Diego Trazzi,Anne Tremblay,Marco Tremblay,Marjolaine Tremblay,Véronique Tremblay,Christophe Trepanier,Andrew Ryan Turner,Niki Turpin,Chris Ung,Ryan Vaillancourt,Raphael Valle,Felix Vallieres,Gert Van Dermeersch,Marc Varisco,Vanessa Velasquez,Lies Veldeman,Fabrice Vienne,Giuliano Dionisio Vigano,Valérie Villeneuve,Victor Wagner,Sean Noel Walker,Tara Walker,Tim Walker,Brenda R. Wallace,Jenny Wan,Zhi Wan,Mengdi Wang,Ruiting Wang,Ian Ward,Joe Wehmeyer,Mark H. Weingartner,Pete Wellington,Conal Wenn,Neil West,George Wharton,Huw Whiddon,Ross Lee Wilkinson,Guy Williams,Blake Winder,Guido Wolter,Ammann Christine Wong,Kross Wong,Stephen T.Y. Wong,Melody Woodford,Andy Wright,Gavin Wright,Casey Yahnke,Yuichiro Yamashita,Anna Yamazoe,Cao Ye,Rayeon Yeem,Benjamin James Ying,Stacy M. Yoi,Gareth Young,Trevor Young,Ashleigh Yu,Jun Xian Yue,Fabio Zangla,Luca Zappala,Matthias Zeller,Jun Zhang,ZongGuang Zhao,Cleve Yilun Zhu,Alfred Zhuo,Joost Zoetebier,Ian Abbott,Joel Aguilar,Stephen Allison,Andreea Babiuc,Daniel Baker,Michael John Baker,Susanne Becker,Andre Brizard,Benjamin Carlson,Rosie Colligan,Alice Collins,Amy Dilworth,Marianna Ferrante,Tim Gibbons,Geoffroy Givry,Varun Hadkar,Ngoc Heng,Karen E.M. Hulse,Megan Hutchison,Andras Ikladi,Dhuha Isa,Fergus Jack-Hinton,Marta Knudsen,Sundar Krishnamurthy,Kosta Lagis,Theresa Laurenson,Tracey Leadbetter,Niall Lenihan,Hao Feng Liang,Reilly Lohr,Boon Hean Low,Georges Nakhle,Kenichi Nishida,Ellis Parry,Daniel Powter,Brett Purmal,Cesar Quijada,Andrew Ross,Lucita Rule,Rohit Sardesai,Dominic Sidoli,Chrystia Siolkowsky,Raymond Tan,Joseph Towe,Sukumaran Lalithambika Vijin,Joseph West,Jack Zaloga,Tomas Zaveckas
Stunts Christopher Critter Antonucci,Danya Bateman,Nick Benseman,Eric Benson,JoAnn Bernat,John Bernecker,Brent Bernhard,Tristan Boswell,Emily Brobst,Eugene Brown,Chris Bryant,Jennifer Keady Cadwell,Max Calder,Stacey Carino,John Casino,Sarah Reagin Clemmensen,Stephen Conroy,Scott Dale,Chris Daniels,Elizabeth Davidovich,Nick DeKay,Arturo Dickey,Suzi Dixon,Jared S. Eddo,Katie Eischen,Margaret Eischen,Michael Endoso,Nick Epper,Guy Fernandez,Bob Fisher,Monique Ganderton,Dante Ha,Sam Hargrave,Kari Harmon,Regis Harrington,Thayr Harris,Daniel Hernandez,Jermaine Holt,David Hugghins,Michael Hugghins,Bill Humphries,Scott Hunter,Ralf Koch,Joni Kuhn,Carlos Lopez,Tara Macken,Anderson Martin,Jessica Merideth,Sarah Molasky,Heidi Moneymaker,Renae Moneymaker,T. Ryan Mooney,Jaylen Moore,Kevin Morgan,Matthew Austin Murray,Abby Nelson,Daniel Norris,Paul Andrew O Connor,Noon Orsatti,Jane Oshita,Jay Pearson,Ian Quinn,George Quinones,Greg Rementer,Misty Rosas,Andy Rusk,Erik Schultz,Laurie Singer,Lonnie R. Smith Jr.,Tim J. Smith,Jackson Spidell,Chad Stahelski,Remington Steele,Larnell Stovall,Tracy E. Thomas,Ashley Rae Trisler,Jaye Tyroff,Will Wagner,Greg Wattkis,Michael Yahn,Wendy Ying,Michael T. Brady,Jeanette Branch,Emily Brobst,Jwaundace Candece,Stacey Carino,Harley Castro,Stephen Conroy,Scott Dale,Craig H. Davidson,Arturo Dickey,Philip Dido,Jared S. Eddo,Troy Faruk,Kyle Gardiner,Marian Green,Tracy Hambrick,Thayr Harris,David Hugghins,Bobby Jordan,Keone Kim,Ralf Koch,Tara Macken,Aby Martin,Jessica Merideth,Sarah Molasky,Renae Moneymaker,Dave Moro,George Quinones,Jade Quon,Maya Santandrea,Cale Schultz,Erik Schultz,Ben Smith-Petersen,Ashley Rae Trisler
Camera and Electrical Department Yassine Abounouom,Ryan Abrams,Norman Akau,Nick D. Allin,Rocky Babcock,Stephen Bacquet,Scott Barnes,Michael Bauman,Robby Baumgartner,Jonathan Beneteau,Jonathan Bennett,Chris Birdsong,Mike Bonnaud,John Bonnin,Warren Brace,Doug Brannon,Jermaine Brantley,Hugh Braselton,Ray Brown,Walter Burkhardt,Matt Byrnes,Johnny Cain,Dwight O. Campbell,Robert Soup Campbell,Jessica Lakoff Cannon,Tim Chang,Belton Chappell,Tyler Childs,Don Chong,Murray Close,Anthony Coan,Catherine Cravens,Rick Crum,Steven Cueva,Thomas M. Dangcil,Tim Daust,Greg Davis,David Deever,Chad Deslatte,Dhamarata Dhiensuwana,Bryan Dodson,Michelle Penland Dodson,Gregory Doi,Bill Draheim,Duke Duvauchelle,David Ellis,Sean Engel,Andrew Fernandez,Patrick D. Fields,Xavier De Jesus Figueroa Jr.,Lance Flowers,Donny Fowler,William Frazier,Bat Gankhuyag,Mike Gerzevitz,Oscar Gomez,Gerik Gooch,Ben D. Griffith Jr.,Duke Groder,Luke Groder,John Grubb,Jeff Harkes,Francis Harlan,Brian Heller,Patrick Istorico,T.J. Jaglinski,Paige Jarvis,Dirk Jenkins,Jeremy Fenix Johnson,Chris Jones,Robert Kahsen,R. Derek Keener,Kevin Kersting,Don King,Shawn Knight,Peter B. Kowalski,John Lally,Doug Lavender,Daniel John Lerch,Jon Lindsay,Scott Lisetor,Bobb Lovett,Oren Malik,Richard Mall,Chile Manuel,Christopher Mapes,Jason Marvel,David McLean,Adam Meadows,Josh Medak,Tim Metivier,Guy Micheletti,David Miksch,Christopher L. Miller,Bruce Mobley,Keith Moore,Darin Moran,Allen Mozo,Donald K. Murphy II,Keala Nakanelua,Francine Natale,David Norris,Michael D. Patterson,Kenneth Pearson,Christopher E. Pettus,Doyle Petty,Alan Pierce,Sean Piper,Justyn Plath,Chad Lear Plunkett,Brandon Ponticelle,Joe A. Ponticelle,Melanie A. Ragone,Marc Aina Ribuca,Mike Robertson,Tim Rook,Kevin M. Rowe,Robert Russell,Michael Sannuti,Tuiaana Scanlan,Art Schultz,William Self,Robert Settlemire,Eamon Shannon,James C. Sharpe,Benny Smyth,Mark Spath,Brent Spencer,Gregory Still,Hektor Stockton,Jason Sutton,Andrew Sykes,Gregor Tavenner,Randy Tharpe,David J. Thompson,Michael Tolochko,Don Tomich,Robert S. Townsend,Jordan Tyson,Mike Tyson,Raimar van den Bylaardt II,Mike Visencio,Amanda Ward,Sauyan Wong,Paul E. Woods,Daniel Wurschl,Peter Zuccarini,Linus Sandgren
Animation Department Sean Comer,Ben Goerlach,Colin McEvoy,Rini Sugianto,Roland Vallet
Casting Department Jackie Burch,Samy Burch,Jamie Lynn Catrett,Rose Locke,Shayna Markowitz,John McAlary,Adam Morris,Chris Velez,Kelli Wilcoxen,Robb Pendleton
Costume and Wardrobe Department Ashley Aikens Dorough,Anthony Almaraz,Cris Araujo,Valentina Aulisi,Jaclyn Banner,Asia Baxter,English Benning,Anna Bourne,Phillip Boutte Jr.,Kevin Boyett,April J. Brown-Traquina,Dorothy Bulac,Judy Chang,Cory Ching,Erica Ciaglia,Joseph Cigliano,Sara Cobbeldick,Jessica Consterdine,Dan Crawley,Michelle D Antonio,Shelby Davis,Cylinda Nesmith Davison,Corey Deist,Sarah Downer,Kirby Emile,Shavon Christina Gihan,Betsy Glick,Scott R. Hankins,R.A. Hossie,Keith Hudson,Erinn Knight,Dawn Y. Line,Marilyn Madsen,Melanie Mascioli,Taryn Nagle,Kendra L. Patterson,Stephanie Portnoy Porter,Brandi Quinn,Marcy Rector,Molleshia Robinson,Rebecca Russell,Jody Schoffner,Ellen Semones,Trey Shaffer,Hilary Smiley,Jill Thraves,James W. Tyson,Stacy L. Tyson,Heather Vandergriff,Raiyonda Vereen,Michael Welch,Korii Young
Editorial Department Lauren Clark Carroll,Jason Esquivel,Ben Estrada,Vanessa Galvez,Bruce Goodman,Eric Van Dyn Hoven,Élodie Ichter,Katie Jordan,Lara Khachooni,Yvan Lucas,Christopher McDonald,Jason Miller,Jim Passon,Billy Peake,Ryan Pierce,Justin Powell,Kimi Rosenthal,Matthew Tomlinson,Jennifer Vecchiarello,Micah Wolf,Ken Lebre
Location Management Sean Aronson,Jean Chien,John Findley,Portia Fontes,Corey Gilbert,Sonya Hooks,Cindy Huggins,Ken Lavet,Ben McIver,Trey Neely,Danielle Robarge Rusk,Chris Saharek,Marc Del Santro,Jim Small,Randy Spangler,Joe Stargensky,Miguel Tapia,Gabby Williamson
Music Department Pete Anthony,Roger Argente,Jeff Atmajian,Jon Banks,Chris Baron,Jacqueline Barron,Peter Bateman,Daniel Bates,Nicola Beckley,Neil Bellingham,Stefan Berkieta,Mark Berrow,Richard Berry,Nigel Black,Fiona Bonds,Natalia Bonner,Leon Bosch,Thomas Bowes,Robin Brightman,Helen Brooks,Nicholas Bucknall,Ian Burdge,Simon Chamberlain,David Channing,Reiad Chibah,Paul Clarvis,Natalie Clifton-Griffiths,Richard Cookson,Nick Cooper,Chris Cowie,Chris Cozens,Andrew Crowley,Phil D Arcy,David Daniels,Grace Davidson,Ralph De Souza,Amanda Dean,Caroline Dearnley,Sue Dench,Michael Dore,Eliza Drury,Deryn Edwards,Liz Edwards,Richard Edwards,Dirk Ehlert,Cheryl Enever,Richard Eteson,John Evanson,Sven Faulconer,Clare Finnimore,Olga FitzRoy,Roger Garland,Alex Gibson,Kathy Gowers,Opie Gruves,Rusen Gunes,William Hawkes,Simon Haynes,John Heley,Stephen Henderson,Jan Hendrickse,Claire Henry,Tom Herford,Mike Hext,Ali Hill,James Holliday,Philippe Honoré,Martin Humby,Ian Humphries,Benedict Hymas,Philippa Ibbotson,Freya Jacklin,Garfield Jackson,Jake Jackson,Eli Rolfe Johnson,Karen Jones,Skaila Kanga,Paul Kegg,Cheyney Kent,Gary Kettel,Trevon Kezios,Patrick Kiernan,Josephine Knight,Julia Knight,Joely Koos,Boguslav Kostecki,Jon Kull,Joanna Forbes L Estrange,Peter Lale,Sophie Langdon,Paddy Lanngian,Julian Leaper,Gabrielle Lester,Tony Lewis,Roger Linley,Frederick Lloyd,Bill Lockhart,The London Session Orchestra,Martin Loveday,Steve Mair,Rachel Major,Rita Manning,Eliza Marshall,Jo Marshall,Oren Marshall,Russell Matthews,Polly May,Paul Mayes,Lorriane McAslan,Tracy McKnight,Steve McManus,Don McVay,Eleanor Meynell,Adam Miller,Perry Montague-Mason,Kate Moore,Gareth Morris,Steve Morris,Simon Munday,Shawn Murphy,Kate Musker,Everton Nelson,Wendy Nieper,Mark Nightingale,David Olson,Martin Owen,Andy Parker,John Parricelli,Ben Parry,Alexandra Patsavas,Melissa Phelps,Tom Pigott Smith,Debbie Preece,Simon Preece,John Prestage,Richard Pryce,David Pyatt,Benedict Quirke,Simon Rayner,Jonathan Rees,Judith Rees,Frank Ricotti,Carys L. Robert,Nina Robertson,Clara Sanabras,Frank Schaefer,Nigel Short,Karen Sidlow,Emlyn Singleton,Owen Slade,Sonia Slany,Robert Smissen,Julian A. Smith,Pamela J. Sollie,Dave Stewart,Jonathan Strange,Ryan Svendsen,Philip Tallman,Edward Tarrant,Julian Tear,Dan L. Thomas,John Ashton Thomas,Cathy Thompson,Clare Thompson,John Thurgood,Chris Tombling,Nikki Triplett,Dean Valentine,Edward Vanderspar,Lawrence Wallington,Sam Walton,Vicci Wardman,Richard Watkins,Sunna Wehrmeijer,Jim Weidman,Debbie Widdup,Carston Williams,Peter Wilman,Richard E. Wilson,Andrew Wood,Phil Woods,Chris Worsey,Christopher Wray,Steve Wright,Warren Zielinski,Rachel Bolt,Dave Foster,James Newton Howard,Helen Kamminga,Mary Scully,Allen Walley,Bruce White
Script and Continuity Department Lesley King,Ana Maria Quintana
Transportation Department Ryan Allen,Jim Babbidge,Irish Barber,Tim Barker,Cammie Caira,Denny Caira,Quincy Cason,Jayson Chang,Lawrence Chapman,Tracy Craytor,Damone Culberson,Gregory Goode,Richard Groder,Kevin Hargrove,Daniel La Fave,Lauren Levine,Danny Mabry,Tim McGaughy,Dustin Meisner,Ian Overson,Tracy Oxford,Vince Pecora,Kalei Santos,Kim Scandrick,Steve Sorkin,Randy Southerland,Timothy Stephens,Craig Vogel,James Waitkus,Tyson Weatherford,Terry Woodcock,Ronald C. Young
Additional Crew Aeric Adams,Dayne Ahuna,Caellum Allan,Steve Alterman,Ashlen Aquila,Gaytra Arnold,Kirk Baily,Tanner Baker,Teri J. Barber,Annette Bas,Paul Bednarz,Stephanie Beman,John Biondo,Laura Bittman,Christopher Blackmore,Francois Bleibel,Liz Bolton,Jon A. Boyd,Kevin Boyett,Ranjani Brow,Bobby Burks,Kevin Cahill,William Calvert,Greg Capoccia,Will Casey,David Champion,Greg Chester,Yamato Cibulka,Sara Cobbeldick,Rudy Coblentz Jr.,Ami Cohen,Jessica Cole,Maureen Mo Crutchfield,Catie Cullari,Jeff Dash,Zion DeBeatham,Brian T. Delaney,Derron Delaney,Sadie DeRosa,Julie DeRose,Martin Dorsch,Richard C. Drake Jr.,Ethan Duff,Peter Falls,Erik Feig,Rebecca Feldman,Katie Ferguson,Josh Fingerhut,Dann Fink,Christopher Finley,Ethan D. Firestone,Brandon Folsom,Anne C. Ford,Danny Frommer,Jacob Fry,Michael A. Fry,Leah Gallegos,Nick Gjoka,Dennise Gonzalez,Raphael Gort,William O. Greenwood III,Pono Guerrero,Adam Hamilton,Anthony J. Hanna,Matt Hans,Deborah Harpur,Liam Hearne,Anna Heppner,Kate Higgins,Angela Higley,Renee Hines,Bridget Hoffman,Wendy Hoffman,David Howard,Diane Howard,Rif Hutton,Pasha Ivanov,Matthew Janzen,Daniel Jarvie,Leah Kaina,Robin Rk Kempf,Wolf Kirchner,Jenny Kissoon,Stephen C. Knight,Jeremy Ladson,Ashley Lambert,Kevin LaRosa,Joanna Leeds,Demetrius Z. Lewis,Lauren Lieb,Xiaocao Liu,Paul Lowe,Britney Lozano,Thornton Lukela,Cameron MacConomy,Garrett V. Martin,Mary E. Martin,Gary Martyn,John McBride,Jean McDowell,Rob McEntegart,Trevor McNure,Mega,Robert M. Melnik,Scott Menville,Chrissy Metge,Curtis A. Miller,Jim Miller,Kurt J. Miner,Octavio Minozzo,Bárbara Morelos-Zaragoza,Les Morgan,Tamara Nagahiro,Emanuel Orlando,David A. Oster,Juan Pacheco,Tim Palen,Devika Parikh,David Paris,Melissa Pawneshing,Carl Pedregal,George Perez,Mark Petritz,David Albert Pierce,Ryan Price,Erik Proveaux,Timothy Scott Ralston,Rachel Redding,Emily Rice,Drew Ritson,Joey Rivera,Alan Robbins,Shannon Rohan,Rachel Rovner,Brian Russell,Joseph Salas,John Sanchez,Kristen Schiano,Stan Sellers,Mary Senn,Matthew Silverman,Donna Sloan,Cara Smiczek,Reilly Smith,Tyler Smith,Robin Spears,Ellery Sprayberry,Priscilla Stafford,Jack Stecher,Gabrielle Stein,Janin Stenzel,Ashley Stern,Alan Stevenson-Galvin,Philip J. Strina,Stephen Stumberg,Crystal Sugarman,Alex Sundquist,Amanda Sutton,Shane Sweet,Christopher Swindle,Jeffery A. Taylor,Robert Teten,Samantha Treiber,Carol Tresan,Greg Tresan,Tom Tresemer,Reed Wade,Kelly Westmiller,Kelli Wilcoxen,Kimberly Williams,Shannon Williams,Derek Wilson,Hope Wright,Mark Yeager,Ariana Young,Erica Young,Brett Young-Fountain,Melissa Zeigler,Erika Zinser,Robert Perry Bierman,Al Cerullo,Mikyoung Hahm,Brad Dirk Martin,Jon Privett,Kelly Westmiller
Thanks Dana Schneider
Genres Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Companies Color Force, Lionsgate
Countries USA
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 7.5
ImDbRatingVotes 659887
MetacriticRating 76
Keywords dictator,based on young adult novel,female protagonist,action heroine,katniss everdeen character