Harry Potter & Hunger Games
Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels written by the British author J. K. Rowling. The books chronicle the adventures of a wizard, Harry Potter, and his friends Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The Hunger Games is a 2012 American science fiction action drama film directed by Gary Ross, based on the novel of the same name by Suzanne Collins. /5
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American literacy is wasted on Game of Thrones, The Hunger Games and Harry Potter. At least try to read nonfiction once in a while
Hunger Games: Catching Fire: A textual analysis of Suzanne Collins’ novels, and Twilight and Harry Potter too.
Does anyone else love the Hunger Games or Harry Potter?
Such a puff when it comes too watching scary films, I can't even watch Harry Potter or hunger games before bed
I want a Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Divergent type of read that features a POC
I would recommend "The City of Bones." It's one of my favorite series along with Harry Potter, Hunger Games etc
Never knew the City of Long Beach offered themed kids summer camps like Harry Potter, Star Wars and Hunger Games
also I'm going to say Harry Potter and Hunger Games just because ya know 🤓
I want to read something as exciting as Harry Potter and as intense as Hunger Games. Hm...
"But...but...Hunger Games and Harry Potter and Twilight did it!" - Studio execs
Have you read any of the Harry Potter, Hunger Games or Twilight series?
Name a character from the Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Narnia, or any book or movie. I will post an "audition...
YESSS (I will take Harry Potter over Hunger Games any day).
Harry Potter and then Twilight series and then The Hunger Games series, what is the next fame fantasy book?
Ice cream and either Hunger Games or Harry Potter for the rest of the night 😋
Don't get me wrong. The Hunger Games is incredible but shouldn't be compared because Harry Potter is a classic
Doctor Who, Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Divergent, Disney and Game of Thrones. My fave fandoms in that order.
Most times, splitting a book into 2 movies makes no sense (Harry Potter, Hunger Games). This time it does.
students, if you want to write decent fantasy, stop reading Hunger Games & Harry Potter right this second. Read Michael Moorcock!
"Harry Potter fans: I wanna go to Hogwarts! Narnia fans: I wanna go to Narnia! Hunger Games fans: Nope I'm good..."
ISO Harry Potter books and Twilight and Hunger Games series. Paperbacks are fine.
Hi guys!!! I'm Crissy (Willow River Potter) and I'm going to be admining on this page for a week(hopefully longer if you guys like me!) I guess I should say what fandoms I'm in: Divergent, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Doctor Who, Percy Jackson, Vampire Academy, and also others I can't think of off the top of my head. I will try and post as much as I can! :) ~ TA Willow River Potter
“i could never get into Harry Potter, Twilight, or Hunger Games. just not my tastes.”. Same. Never seen any of them.
So, I'm finally breaking my ban on Hunger Games. Said I wouldn't bother with them until they all came out (i did the same thing with Harry Potter, i binge watched all 7 in 3 days when not at work), now my son's aunt is making me watch them so we can go see the last one. Here goes nothing.
The Lord of the Rings is 10x better than Harry Potter, Hunger Games, or Divergent.
Ik he doesn't like Divergent or Hunger Games. He only likes Harry Potter which I dislike
Tricia Montgomery is looking for some good books for 12 and 13 year old girls who get bored with books fairly easily. "My 12 year old is tired of fantasy books like LOTR, Narnia, etc. She loved Percy Jackson but found Rick Riordan's other series to be too dark and weird. I'm not keen on Harry Potter or Hunger Games...the books don't have to be Christian but I don't want them reading themes inappropriate for their ages. They read classics for their schoolwork so they would rather have fun, contemporary (not old-fashioned) books for side reading. Help!"
So I really enjoyed The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, but am I the only one getting tired of Hollywood splitting amazing books into multiple movies just for money?? Now granted, Harry Potter needed to be split because the director seriously messed up the sixth film and I can kinda see why the last *gags* Twilight film was split into two after comparing the two hardbacks for both series. But, The Hunger Games TRILOGY, really?!?!?! Oh well, guess it's time to go back and read the books to see if it makes any logical sense as to why the last film or films are in two parts instead of just one lol WISH ME LUCK!!
Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth,Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman,Jeffrey Wright, Stanley Tucci, and Donald Sutherland Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action,some disturbing images and thematic material (123 minutes) Ever since Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows introduced the concept back in 2010, it seems now that it is a requirement to have the final book of a popular Book Series be split into two parts, whether it calls for it or not. As someone who has read Mockingjay, I can say that it was my least favorite novel of the three Hunger Games books. The final book didn’t have the urgency of the first two books. The same can be said about THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY – PART 1. I am not saying MOCKINGJAYP ART 1 is a bad film, it’s just not an exciting film. This is the problem of having these Part 1 films. It will almost always be just a setup film, with mostly filler. It is obvious that the filmmakers are keep ...
if anyone wants to buy me both the Hunger Games trilogy and the Harry Potter series for like Christmas or my birthday . that'd be alright .
ATTENTION ALL FANS OF THE FOLLOWING: Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Hunger Games, Tolkien, Firefly, Star Trek, Arrow, Supernatural, Doctor Who, and Star Wars. I need to know about your fan clubs ASAP. I need to know what they're called and their urls. If you help me with this, the pay off for you could potentially be huge. PM me right now.
We had Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, then we had Twilight! Now we have Hunger Games, and it's fricken awesome!!! 👊
It turns out the Harry Potter books are way fun to read in Japanese! Screw you Hunger Games you were too hard!
I was recently thinking about stories like Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Divergent, and Twilight. SPOILERS AHEAD I think one of the reasons you don't see people hate The Hunger Games and Harry Potter like they hate Twilight and Divergent mostly stems from the main characters. Katnis is basically the main bread winner for her family, has spent a lot of time training in archery, and works hard to stay at that level. While Harry is "The Boy Who Lived," he still had to live up to everyone's expectations. Also, becoming special was something thrust upon him, and because of it, he lost his family. Bella and Tris are special because... the author said so. They were just born that way I guess, and that's that. They didn't earn their gifts, they didn't have to sacrifice anything for them. Yeah Tris lost her parents later in the story, but she was divergent BEFORE she lost them.
do you prefer Harry Potter or The Hunger Games?
Examples: To Kill a Mockingbird, Lord of the Rings, The Hunger Games, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Captain Underpants
This annual event celebrating the freedom to read, is being observed at your library to highlight the value of free and open access to information. Think you have never read a banned or challenged book? You might be surprised... How about the "The Call of the Wild" by Jack London or the "Harry Potter" or "Junie B. Jones" series of children's books? Classics like "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee as well as familiar contemporary titles like "The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini and "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins are just some of the many. Know the difference in "banned" and "challenged" books? "Banned" means to remove material from the curriculum or library, thereby restricting the access of others. "Challenged" means an attempt to remove or restrict materials, based upon the objections of a person or group. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular. According to ...
Hardbounds and paperbacks like Harry Potter, Life Of Pi, Hunger Games, The Book Thief, A Walk to Remember, World War Z, The Great Gatsby, The Giver, and Twilight, to name a few, all enjoyed interna...
Jeez guys, I see that I'm pretty far behind with my fandoms... Yet I'm just in: The Mortal Instruments, The Hunger Games, The Fault in our Stars and Harry Potter. So I need some recommendations from you! What do you think is really worth joining and what shall I do/read/ watch ASAP.? :D Thanks. ;) TA- Clace Lover
Confession: I haven't watched the last Harry Potter movie and have yet to see the first Hunger Games movie
Looking for someone who can make Harry Potter & Hunger Games themed cookies for a birthday party Next Saturday the 16th of August. Looking for 1 dozen of each. I have some ideas in mind, please contact me if you or someone you know may be interested.
SORT OF OFF TOPIC BUT How many of you guys have a Tumblr? I'm looking for more fandom blogs to follow. Would you mind sharing your link bellow? I'm into LotR (obviously), Sherlock, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Merlin, Narnia, Harry Potter, Marvel, DC, Avatar the Last Airbender, Pokemon(mostly the original though, not too into the newer stuff), Dragon Age, Disney, Hunger Games, Divergent, Star Wars, and Star Trek. Thank you guys! ~Kili
Sunday August 3 10:00am LeakyCon Orange County Convention Center West Concourse Orlando : 9800 International Drive, Orlando, 32819 Just in time for the opening of Universal's Harry Potter expansion, fans of the Potter-centric website the Leaky Cauldron gather for LeakyCon in Orlando. The website and LeakyCon has expanded to embrace fans of all kinds of fantasy fiction, movies and games. There's panels on The Hunger Games, B … Price: $60; Lit Focus passes $125 weekend passes for $125-$275.
So far I am only happy with the Harry Potter and The Hunger Games' movie adaptations.
From disney talks to Harry Potter and Hunger Games to Fangirling over Broadway! I love you!! 😉
It seems destiny has afforded Young Adult readers a moment of sheer bliss: Two of the most badass chicks, Katniss Everdeen and Hermoine Granger, goofing off together.Actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Watson ran into one another at a Christian Dior fashion show in Paris on Monday, and while a simple selfie of them would have been enough, J.Law facepalmed Emma.It was all in playful jest, and the two eventually smiled pretty for the cameras. Apparently, Lawrence and Watson have met several times before, but it's always good times when they combine their Harry Potter and Hunger Games powers. Source: wochit entertainment
Anyone there? 5 likes and i ll do a quiz on Percy Jackson,Harry Potter,Divergent,TFIOS and Hunger Games First to FANDOM gets a photospam of their choice. ~Gus
Many films you see & love today originally came from BOOKS. I read GAME of THRONES in middle school & The Walking Dead in H.S. Hollywood Producers take a masterpiece book, adapt it into an AMAZING MOVIE or show, but take OUT the whole substance & meaning of the book. So you just watched a great entertaining movie/show, yet what did you really learn from it? This is why Media is poison. It waters down Books & Works of art & purposely over-saturates genius, so we don't mentally ascend & understand high knowledge via symbolism. Many people think Frankenstein is a huge green monster. Yet, in reality, Frankenstein was the name of the doctor who created the Monster. The moral was to show the law of attraction manifests our thoughts into things, that can be either amazing or monstrous, if not controlled. But in the movie, this was taken out in favor of CGI & action. If you like Hunger Games, READ the books. If you like Harry Potter, READ the books. I read Get the ORIGINAL. The Real McCoy. It's better to have ent ...
I need book suggestions ASAP. This is for a 13 year old(loved Harry Potter and Maximum Ride series), an 11 year old(she doesn't like fantasy, realistic fiction for her), and my little 8 year old, who also loved Harry Potter (yup, finished the whole series)'and keeps trying to sneak reading The Hunger Games Series... Suggestions please! We are heading to the library tonight!
Hey everyone :) I accepted my offer to Guelph a couple weekends ago and I'm super excited to spend the next 4 years as a Guelph Gryphon! :) here's I few things about me Name: Emily Edgley Nickname: some people call me Em Hometown: Midland ON High School: Midland Secondary School Age: 19 in September Favourite music: a little bit of everything imagine dragons, city and colour, great big sea, musicals, basically everything except rap :P Favourite TV show: boy meets world, friends, MASH, Seinfeld, the Big Bang Theory, how I met your mother, grey's anatomy, Once Upon a time, Criminal Minds Favourite movies: Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Footloose, Musicals, and anything Disney :) Favourite book: so many, Harry Potter, the Hunger Games, Maze Runner, Divergent, the Help, Perks of Being a Wallflower to name a few Favourite food: pasta! Do I party: yes Do I drink: sometimes Do I smoke: no Do I mind if roommate drinks: nope Do I mind if roommate smokes: yes Do I mind people in my room: no as long as I know the ...
I never seen Star Trek I never read the Harry Potter books nor seen the Movies I never read any of the Lord of the Rings books nor saw any of the Movies except the Hobbit. I never saw nor read any if the Twilight series But here's what I do read... I read the complete works of Divina Commedia by Dante Aligheri and love it. I read all of the complete works of William Shakespeare I read all of Poems and tales of Edgar Allen Poe (my favourite is the Masque of the Red Death and the Raven) I read Einstein's Theory of Relativity and Gravitation (pretty interesting) I read the Canterbury Tales and Beowulf (and seen the movie) I read Grimm's Fairy Tales I read the Bonesteller's Daughter (I recommend it) I also like the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series as well as Maximum Ride and the Hunger Games series I like reading myths and cryptids from multiple cultures. I like Marvel comics and DC comics. :3 Yet, people call me weird and start to hate on me just cause I have a different taste in things than other peop ...
Name / Nickname: My real name is Kathryn, but everyone calls me Katy :) Hometown: Orillia, ON High School: ODCVI/Park Street Age: 17, 18 in November! Faculty: Social Sciences Intended major: Sociology Favorite Music: I like pretty much everything! I mainly listen to EDM, but I like everything from Avril Lavigne to Diplo to Maroon 5 to Luke Bryan to A$AP Rocky to Beyonce to Ed Sheeran Favourite TV Shows: House, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Video On Trial, Tosh.0, BMS, Pretty Little Liars, Criminal Minds, Suits, American Horror Story Favourite Movies: Anchorman (or pretty much anything with Will Ferrell), Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean, Hunger Games, Divergent, etc :) Favourite Food: Pasta is my life, I'm addicted to All Dressed Ruffles chips, chocolate milk (if that counts?), KD, strawberries, cheese, oreos… The list goes on but I don’t want to look like I should be 700 pounds so… Sports you play: Soccer, flag football, baseball, badminton, and I used to wrestle at a ...
Hunger games, Harry Potter or Lord of the rings ? 😏
I don't think anyone would argue the fact that the books are always so much better than the movies! I thought "Lord of the Rings", "Harry Potter", Twilight's", and "Hunger Games" were all good. Sometimes I questioned the casting, but in the end you like the characters. Well, I read all the Vampire Academy books and I think they messed up that movie. Bad casting on the 2 main girls. Reminded me of The Shining, the book scared the crap out of me and yet in the movie, Jack Nicholson, in my opinion made it a comedy.
Now that summer is approaching, I need a new book. And yes, I loved Hunger Games, 50 Shades, Harry Potter, Twilight.. So anything similar to any of those would be great!! Suggestions???
Hey! Haven't Accepted yet, but will be today! Name: Stefen Matias Nickname: Stef Hometown: Brampton, Ontario. High School: St.Roch SS Background: Portugese and Canadian. Age: 17 Program: Civil Engineering Music: Ed Sheeran, Ben Howard, Daughter, Passenger, some songs all over the place, and Taylor Swift. TV Shows: PLL, Vampire Diaries, and starting to watch Suits soon. Movies: Harry Potter, Divergent, Hunger Games. Anything with Zac Efron. Favourite Food: Anything with chocolate. Sports you play: Gymnastics, Cheerleading and use to play Volleyball. Do you party?: Sometimes. Do you drink?: Nope. Do you smoke?: Nope. Is it okay if your roommate drinks?: Yes Ever had a roommate?: No Night owl/Early bird: Mostly Night Owl, but do enjoy the morning. Are grades important?: Yes Clean or messy?: Pretty Clean Lazy/active?: Somedays super active, some days I just want to Chill. Shy or outgoing?: OUTGOING Do you travel?: Love to, If I Had the money. Hobbies?: Gaming; (LoL, D3) Music, Acting and Writing. YOUTUBING Ar ...
Finished my cleaning, laundry, and the first Hunger Games book. That Katniss Everdeen is one tough broad. I'll probably watch the movie sometime this weekend. It's been sitting in our queue for awhile now. When it comes to movies based on books, I always like to read the books first. Most of the time the books are better. The only times I've found so far that the reverse is true is with the Princess Diaries movies and Benjamin Button. With Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter, it's pretty evenly split. Both books and films are awesome.
New Pokemon remake, new Harry Potter movie, new Hunger Games movie...November is going to be a crazy month.
Harry Potter, Divergent, Hunger Games, Game of Thrones, The Fault In Our Stars...feel free to add.
The Ryan Library asked members of The Hill community to share their favorite books. Hundreds of titles were sent in along with series, authors, and favorite literary places. The top three winners are: John Green’s "The Fault in Our Stars" (8 votes), "Harry Potter" and "To Kill a Mockingbird" tied for second (5 votes each), and "The Hunger Games" (4 votes). Alumni and parents: Please comment with your favorite book titles or authors!
I feel like I'm a mixed fan account for Anna Kendrick, Sheo, Sendrick, Divergent and occassionally Harry Potter and Hunger Games :)
Favourite book? — Um the Hunger Games trilogy I thought was excellent. Harry Potter series I loved and TFIOS was...
August 07, 2012 7:00 AM Top 100 Young Adult Novels Harriet Russell It's almost a cliche at this point to say that teen fiction isn't just for teens anymore. Just last year, the Association of American Publishers ranked Children's/Young Adult books as the single fastest-growing publishing category. Which is why we were only a little surprised to see the tremendous response that came in for this summer's Best-Ever Teen Fiction poll. A whopping 75,220 of you voted for your favorite Young Adult novels, blasting past the total for last year's at, dare we say it, warp speed. And now, the final results are in. While it's no surprise to see Harry Potter and the Hunger Games trilogy on top, this year's list also highlights some writers we weren't as familiar with. For example, John Green, author of the 2012 hit , appears five times in the top 100. Selecting a manageable voting roster from among the more than 1,200 nominations that came in from readers wasn't easy, and we were happy to be able to rely on such an ex ...
Hollywood has developed a formula for splitting films into two parts: Twilight, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and now Divergent. JUST STOP
Finally watched the 2nd Hunger Games movie. Now I'm hooked and it's Harry Potter all over again.
Can I have a friend who will watch Harry Potter & Hunger Games with me and have conversations about Shakespeare and eat donuts pls
What evil hath Twilight, The Hunger Games and Harry Potter wrought? As someone who sat through Divergent, the first in Veronica Roth’s dystopian YA trilogy which finds the post-apocolyptic citizens of Chicago in a sans Thesaurus existence, I honestly can’t imagine how there could be enough story in…
Exciting news, Initiates! You know we've hit the big time in YA franchises when the finale is split into 2 films (we're looking at you, Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and Twilight).
When I say "Harry Potter is better than Hunger Games".
LOL... honestly, I have been reading all of these posts about NOAH and it being blasphemous and a terrible movie because it doesn't follow the Biblical story like... at all. UHM... I coulda told you that 1st, by the cast and 2nd, by just watching the previews, and 3rd, because it's Hollywood. HEELO! Be outraged, get crazy, maybe it'll be like Hunger Games or Twilight or Harry Potter, and get more people to read the Book.
Kids don't know about books these days. Harry Potter or Hunger Games should have won. Ewe.
I sometimes wonder how people aren't fans of Harry Potter or the Hunger Games. Like they are literally perfection.
I must add a foot note on the Noah movie after sleeping on my thoughts overnight. It isn't that the movie itself is terrible. It just isn't a movie about the Noah story. That isn't a religious based comment necessarily, rather a comment from an author who appreciates movies that follow the source material or at least try. If such completely detached scripting and direction were done with Harry Potter, Star Trek, Hunger Games, The Hobbit or any other famous work or story people would be up in arms. Michael Bay's depiction of the Noah story is like making Star Trek a 3 year journey to destroy and enslave every planet with the Enterprise as a slave ship and Mr. Spock as a bumbling fake who is a stand up comedian. It is like turning Hogwarts into Animal House with Harry's adventures consisting of a series of Ferris Beuhler's days off and road trips. It would be like turning Smaug into a cuddly misunderstood puppy dog and the Hobbits into evil warlords who destroy everything in their path and seek the ring to ...
Well, I stayed in and watched American Hustle, which was a KILLER movie with a great cast, and even BETTER soundtrack. Then I watched Hunger Games-Catching Fire and fell asleep midway through it.It looks like it will be another Harry Potter franchise for me.the first one is good, but the rest are snoozers.I really wanted the newest Hobbit movie, but it is not out yet.seems pretty cool out there this morning.I REALLY would like to see a stretch of warm days. REALLY! Skipping weights today, as my knee, and hip are all "tennissed" out! I'll do that tomorrow. Going to the grocery store today, napping, then gigging tonight at the Wing Warehouse on Northfield Rd. I hope to see you there.
Do you think if Hunger Games or Harry Potter had been graphic novels they would have been made into films? I feel like they probably wouldn't have been...but I'm not sure why.
Paramount Pictures recommends to read the Bible before to watch the Noah's movie. Don't worry, it is shorter than Lord of the Rings, Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Twilight, Divergent or others and even shorter than the movie.
Coming off the phenomenon of Frozen I started to think when was the last time Disney came out with a story line centered on a male protaganist and I came up with Aladdin and Lion King - 20 years ago. Hollywood/Media seems to be on this Girl Power kick (think about Hunger Games, Divergent, Vampire Academy, Mortal Instruments, Twilight...). Is it because it sells more? in a lot of these stories it makes the men look like these Puppy dog figures who can't do anything without following a girl (Edward, Jacob, Peeta..ect), living and dying for the girl. Maybe that's why Percy Jackson and Harry Potter were more refreshing. Thoughts?
Although the Divergent series is good it will never compare to the love I have for both Hunger Games and Harry Potter.
and I'm gonna read the whole Harry Potter and Hunger Games series again and watch films every day and I won't have to wo…
I never paid much attention to the YA genre in the past, even when I was firmly within that demographic. From about fifth grade on, I really only wanted to read "real books", like War of the Worlds, and Animal Farm. Ha! Well, I did enjoy reading the first three books in the Harry Potter series to my kids, but I still wasn't convinced. It was still a little too magical for my tastes. But, when someone writes a YA novel that pays homage to Sylvia Plath, I have to pay attention! Then, I start reading Hunger Games with my daughter, and have to explain a word or concept roughly every other page (something I actually like doing for kids), and I begin to think, "Maybe I've given YA, like so many others with Sci Fi, short shrift. So now, I head cautiously into the realm of the young reader, and begin to see the light...
I need to give props to my daughter, AbbiJo Mack, for taking me to a surprisingly wonderful movie, Divergent. I was expecting some cheap rip off of like Twilight, Hunger Games, or Harry Potter. However, I was very surprised by a well acted, fast paced, exciting, complex movie. I was so hooked by the Divergent story that I searched the whole house for the next installment in the Book Series and plan to be up late reading. So, thank you Miss Abbi, for proving to me that you can teach an old dog new tricks. I love you, sweetie.
Divergent?! Good Book Series? Big fan of Hunger Games and, oh, I don't know... Harry Potter! But I hated Twilight because when pretty is all you got, well, it's all you got. So? Divergent yes or no?
Just came back from watching Divergent. It's a not-bad movie adaptation of a YA book, but it's not great either. Shades of Harry Potter and The Hunger Games abound, but without the wonder of the Harry Potter universe nor the sense of urgency and tension of the Hunger Games. Will definitely be slammed by critics for being a rather generic YA adult fare with a rather baffling and confusing premise for those who haven't read the books but since it is almost certain to make tons of money, I am sure we will be seeing the sequels out from early next year. 2 out of 5 stars for me.
doesn't like Harry Potter or Hunger Games? What is wrong with her!?
KPOP, Disney (especially FROZEN), Harry Potter, Hunger Games, How to Train Your Dragon... need the list go on?
21 books to read before you're 21...or 91 At Indigo we know that teen books aren't limited to just teens --the huge success of books like Harry Potter, Twilight, and the Hunger Games show that there's a wide audience for YA fiction. We've curated a list of "21 books you should read before you're 21," but anyone who's missed out on these great titles should be sure to catch up before they're 91! Some favourites on this list include: Eleanor and Park, by Rainbow Rowell: the heartbreaking and uplifting love story of two teenage misfits in Omaha, Nebraska A Great and Terrible Beauty, by Libba Bray: the first in a series, set in a Victorian girls' boarding school that's harbouring dark, magical secrets The Golden Compass, Philip Pullman: also the first in a series, in an alternate universe version of Oxford, England, where a battle over good, evil, and the nature of the universe is about to begin Want more great YA recommendations? Check out our new Teen Tumblr!
Percy Jackson,Hunger Games,Vampire Academy,Mortal Instruments.None is as awesome as Harry Potter is but all amazing movies
Teens in grades 6th-12th are invited to attend a Book Swap at Macon County Library (Franklin) on Wednesday, March 19th from 3:30-5. For every used book a teen brings from home (up to 5) they receive a ticket to exchange for other books of their choosing. The Book Swap will also feature book-related refreshments such as Acid Pops from Harry Potter and Pale Purple Melon from Hunger Games. (But stay away from the Nightlock Berries!) There will also be a prize drawing for a gift certificate redeemable at the Friends of the Library Bookstore. Don't miss this one of a kind event! For more information contact Ms. Ellen at 524-3600 or e-mail eageewho do not have used books to contribute to the swap are still encouraged to attend. Extra books will be offered to teens who need them and may be exchanged for books of their choosing.
Going to read all the Harry Potter series again & start reading the Hunger Games,Lord of the Rings & Twilight series ? i dont care
Hunger Games, Firefly, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Lord of the Rings, Sherlock, Battlestar Galactica. I only looked one up...but which one? I will never tell.
My friend and I came up with some great fandom insults: Harry Potter: "Quirrell was right, there is a troll in the dungeon." "Yeah cool, you mixed chemicals. You're not the Half Blood Prince." "Did Azkaban run out of jobs for you, little Dementer?" Hunger Games: "I can see why no one would volunteer for you." "You should all die first in the arena from pure stupidity." Supernatural: "If I don't exorcise you will you promise to shut up?" Doctor Who: "I think you'd scare Amy more than the crack in her wall." "Someone's getting their Dalek on." "Man, I wish you had two shadows." "Oh, look, the Slitheen have arrived." Lord of the Rings: "Shouldn't you be leading Frodo and Sam to Mordor?" "You look like an orc." Sherlock: "Yes, you solved a math problem but you're not Sherlock Holmes." "Don't let her read aloud, she'll lower the IQ of the entire school." Percy Jackson: "Medusa wouldn't want you as a statue." "You're going to another class, not on a quest." Did you get cursed by Athena or were you born looking ...
Because I was down for so long, I lost my ability to read anything at length, so books (Harry Potter and Hunger Games notwithstanding) were impossible for me to read. Since I have been happier, I have been able to find the energy to read again. I have been filling my time with memoirs of those within the fashion industry (like Grace Coddington and Kirstie Clements), and books on the fashion industry itself. I am learning and becoming enthused again, and it feels wonderful.
The 1st Hunger Games, the 1st Harry Potter, the 1st Star Wars film/book were compelling because of the fantasy world was brand new...
Apparently "The House of Secrets" book I got from the library for Evan is hilarious. All I've heard for the past few hours is laughter and exclamations, "Mom, you gotta hear this!" coming from his room. (Although what he finds as hilarious, I really don't get.) A relief, because, after blowing through the Hunger Games trilogy a couple weekends ago, I've been struggling to find a book for him. He's finished Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, the Fablehaven series, the Secret Series, the Merlin series, Septimus Heap, lost interest in Chronicles of Narnia after four books, Wrinkle in Time, and Wind in the Door. We are waiting on the next Wings of Fire, Seven Wonders, and Heroes of Olympus books. Hasn't seemed interest in Artemis Fowl or what's that other weird serious about Unfortunate Events. Don't know what I'd do without Amazon's "Recommend for You" feature. Any additional suggestions are greatly appreciated. :P
Which movies or books have made a big impact on you? — The Hunger Games series. Harry Potter series & Lord of th...
Hunger Games is 10,000 times better than Harry Potter
there goes a Hunger Games star, gotta find a different actor for Mocking Jay now, may delay the release of the rest of the series (same as Harry Potter when finding a new Dumbledore?) Philip Hoffman (plays Plutarch Heavensbee) died day of the Superbowl due to of drug overdose. RIP
Hunger Games, Harry Potter and Game of Thrones all on the SMH timeout section. It's a FANtastic morning
Anyone have a recommendation for a reeeally good book. I love books like Harry Potter (duh) and Hunger Games. My problem is if it doesn't grab me right away I don't continue w it. I want off the internet at night and into a good read!
The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, The Mortal Instruments, Divergent, TFIOS and Looking for Alaska has changed my life.
Top Ten Books Please list the top ten books that have stayed with you in some way. The list is not necessarily a recommendation, and it assumes the Bible is your all-time favorite. Tag ten friends and me, too. Hurry! 1. Harry Potter series 2. Mark of the Lion series 3. Nancy Drew series 4. Sideways Stories from Wayside School 5. The Hunger Games series 6. The Twilight series 7. Divergent series 8. Anything Jane Austin 9. I Love You Forever 10. The Matched Series
Two Takes on 'New Adult' By Amy Wickner on January 6, 2014 8:00 AM | No comments The relatively new publishing category "New Adult," or NA, is the topic of reflection in recent issues of Booklist and The Horn Book. What is New Adult, librarians ask, and what distinguishes it from Young Adult and Adult fiction? In a December Booklist column, Michael Cart identifies crossover titles and series — Harry Potter, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, among others that appeal to both young and adult readers — as the possible origin of this blended category. The crossover appeal of Young Adult titles continues today — the Hunger Games trilogy is another prominent example — and has helped introduce more Mature Themes to the YA genre. Cart does not believe that NA is simply YA with more sex and violence. He suggests instead that New Adult books are more character-driven than the traditional YA novel, which tends to be more plot-driven. If NA merits its own categ ...
HEY EVERYONE. AARON THE CAT HERE. Soo... I really need book suggestions, and Goodreads isn't a valid source for me now. (It suggested Winnie the Pooh and Berentein Bears under Y/A FICTION.) I really liked: Hunger Games, Divergent, Lorien Legacies, Harry Potter, the Lunar Chronicles, the Maze Runner, Mortal Instruments, and the Infernal Devices. Anyone know any other good books that you reccommend for me? THANKS A BUNCH, ~Aaron
I have not read any Dan Brown, and I have not read any Harry Potter, nor the twilight, and game of thrones. Add to that list,CS Lewis,Collins' Hunger Games.and Huck Finn, and Salinger's Rye jobbie. Maybe that de facto makes me a literary, undignified,uneducated person. Then again, how many of you sip coffee and learn about invertebrate paleontology? U little trilobites!!
not sure. Maybe the Harry Potter books or the Hunger Games. But I also like Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Captain Underpants. Lol.
Harry Potter fan: I wanna go to Hogwarts! Percy Jackson Fan: I've always wanted to go to Camp Half Blood. Hunger Games fan: …
10 Memorable Books (Tagged by Kristine Leigh Marbella) 1. Kushiel Legacy series by Jacqueline Carey ( The Book Series that I consider both my greatest literary gift and curse. Since I read this series it became hard to find books that will satisfy me. I've probably re-read all 6 books at least once a year) 2. Ink exchange - Faery Courts series by Melissa Marr (The book that started my Fey fascination. Oh Niriall... *waves to my fellow Dark Lovelies*) 3. The Unborn by Andrew Lawrence ( The book that indirectly influenced my way of living. I am yet to find a copy of this book since I read it in the library back in elementary. Now that I think about it, our school library probably needed to separate books accessible for highschool students only) 4. Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban - Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling (The book that got me hooked into this wonderful world of wizards) 5. Howls Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones (One word... Howl. Nuff said) 6. Hunger Games - Hunger Games series by Suz . ...
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Mortal Instruments Sequel Is Back On Track Author: Kristy Puchko In the wake of the success of such YA adaptations as the Harry Potter, Twilight and Hunger Games movies came a flood of wannabe properties based on other popular YA novels. But already several have come and gone with little more than a whimper, like for instance Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. The teen-centered action-adventure was based on the first of six books in author Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instrument series, but proved such a flop in August that its production company Constantin was quick to shut down production on its already-planned sequel just a week before it was to begin principal photography. However, with some time to *** what went wrong with the first movie, Constantin is proud to announce Mortal Instruments 2 will be happening after all. This is frankly astounding news considering how badly the first film failed. Opening weekend, the $60 million dollar movie made a little over $9 million, coming in third place behind t .. ...
I love Harry Potter, Shadowhunters, and The hunger games. That is why I am Divergent.
Had the weirdest dream last night that was a mixture of Harry Potter, the Hunger Games, and Family Guy.
Hi, let's play a Harry Potter, the Hunger Games and the Kane Chronicles game! It's called... SORT, SHIP, HOST, DISTRICT! Send us a photo of your pet, tell us more about him or her, then get ready for your post on this very page. Me? I personally did this.. Hogwarts House sorted in: According to Pottermore, Gryffindor! Ship: Draco for Harry Potter, Anubis for the Kane Chronicles and pretty much no one from the Hunger Games! Host: Most quizzes say I'm Isis, although I got Hathor a few times. District: Seven! I love Johanna. She's hilarious. Magic Specialty: Divine Words, Hieroglyphic Magic. Element: Pretty much nothing. If there was, it would be. nothing! The thing closest to NOTHING? AIR! Well, actually water. Weapon of choice: Wand from Harry Potter- Willow and Phoenix Feather or a staff carved with hieroglyphs. Muggle combat? A khopesh, please, or I would settle for a samurai sword, sais or a... LIGHTSABER! No bows and arrows for me, though. I suck at archery. ~Admin Hermione
The Hunger Games trilogy is a series of Young Adult science fiction adventure novels by Suzanne Collins. The trilogy consists of The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay. The first two books in the series were both New York Times Best Sellers, and Mockingjay topped all US bestseller lists upon its release. By the time the film adaptation of The Hunger Games was released in 2012, the publisher had reported over 26 million Hunger Games trilogy books in print, including movie tie-in books. The series recently ranked second, bettered only by Harry Potter, in NPR's poll of the top 100 teen novels, which asked voters to choose their favorite Young Adult books. On August 17, 2012, Amazon announced The Hunger Games Trilogy as its top seller, surpassing the record previously held by the Harry Potter series.
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Alright. It was requested that I post a list of my favorite Young Adult fiction. So here it is... -Percy Jackson -Heroes of Olympus -Mortal Instruments -Infernal Devices -Beautiful Creatures -Chemical Garden Trilogy -Hunger Games -House of Night -Dead Beautiful -Book Thief -Matched -Maximum Ride -Twilight (don't hate me) -Kane Chronicles -Three Weeks with My Brother This is my soon to read list.. -Uglies -Harry Potter -Divergent -Pretty Little Liars -Fault in our Stars -The Shack Feel free to comment suggestions. -Thalia
What significant Young Adult fiction has had a male lead since Harry Potter? Seems like the major ones have had female leads...Twillight, Hunger Games.
Rules: Don't take too long to think about it. 15 books you've read that will always stick with you. First 15 you can recall in no more than 15 minutes. Tag 15 friends, including me so I can see which books you are reading. The end. If you don't do this, a book will fall on your head. The tomes, for better or worse 1. A Song of Ice & Fire - Geoge R. R. Martin 2. The Giver - Lois Lowry 3. The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins 4. Peter Pan - JM Barrie 5. Harry Potter - JK Rowling 6. Carrie - Stephen King 7. The Great Gatsby - F Scott Fitzgerald 8. Angels in America - Tony Kushner 9. The Perks of Being A Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky 10. Ragtime- E. L. Doctrow 11. Respect for Acting - Uta Hagen 12. Mouse Soup - Arnold Lobel 13. 1984 - George Orwell 14. The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde 15. Oh, the Places You'll Go - Dr. Seuss
In a taxi in Newcastle. Driver: so where are you from? Me: Watford. Driver: ah, right. They've got that er, what do you call it...the hunger games experience. Me: the Harry Potter experience, d'you mean? Driver: Aye. Well, they're both about troubled teens who get into unnecessary fights, like. I like this place.
Harry Potter fans: I want to go to Hogwarts! . Fans of Narnia: Take us to Narniaaa! . Fans of The Hunger Games: We're fi…
Know we are not up to speed with most on this, but despite the historical male bias of Joseph Campbell’s monomyth and after seeing the sequel to the Hunger Games this weekend with two twelve year old boys, I have witnessed the “hero” of their generation: Katniss Everdeen! She stands shoulder to shoulder with the fictional hero of my youth, Luke Skywalker, and all those that have come prior and after the destruction of the Death Star . . . from the works of Homer to the equally fantastical writings of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. So few fictional characters rise to that level and I’m grateful for a chance to see them exclaim in unison their review of the film as “EPIC!” and that they are sharing this universe with their parents, but it ultimately belongs to them. It was, indeed, EPIC! Someday, I hope they drone on a bit too long about the heroes of their youth as they experience the latest amalgamation of the hero that rises up for their children. If not, they will have grandparents .. ...
He sighed. I shrugged. Textual analysis of Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and Twilight. via
If the Hunger Games were around when they had Accelerated Reader points I would have made bank with them and Harry Potter books
Which words turn up most in Hunger Games, Twilight, and Harry Potter? -
“love the life you live. live the life you love.” ― Bob Marley “There are some things you can't share without ending up liking each other, and knocking out a twelve-foot mountain troll is one of them.” ― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone “But because two can play at this game, I stand on tiptoe and kiss his cheek. Right on his bruise. ” ― Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games “I have always lived violently, drunk hugely, eaten too much or not at all, slept around the clock or missed two nights of sleeping, worked too hard and too long in glory, or slobbed for a time in utter laziness. I've lifted, pulled, chopped, climbed, made love with joy and taken my hangovers as a consequence, not as a punishment.” ― John Steinbeck, Travels With Charley: In Search of America
The Hunger Games is the antiderivative of Harry Potter, or the limit as Twilight approaches infinity.
On a scale of Twilight to Harry Potter, how good is The Hunger Games?
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Did I ever tell you about how awesome my school's teachers are? The German teacher is a huge Doctor Who and Harry Potter fan. HE LITERALLY HAS LIFE SIZE CUTOUTS OF DAVID TENNANT AND THE TARDIS IS HIS CLASSROOM. Every month his class watches a Harry Potter movie (with German subtitles). My science teachers is also a huge Harry Potter fan. He started talking to another science teacher in my school because she also liked Harry Potter aND THEY EVENTUALLY FELL IN LOVE AND THEY ARE NOW ENGAGED BECAUSE HE DID A HARRY POTTER PROPOSAL LAST YEAR DURING SCHOOL. My English teacher is a Hunger Games fan and all of her classes represent a District and we are having a "Hunger Games" later know the year. My World Cultures teacher will literally spend an entire class period talking about Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead with us. I love my teachers c: ~Christy
not all. Hunger Games? Harry Potter's alright for it, not many PoC though.
Ender's Game First off, I read the book and believe it was better than Hunger Games and maybe even Harry Potter, but I am a sci-fi nerd above any other genre, so advantage Ender's Game. (In other words, you must read this story!) As always, the book is better than the movie. But this novel was comparable in size to the Hunger Games, so a very plausible fit for the big screen with just one motion picture, unlike the Harry Potter novels, which could have benefited from two movies for every one book. The visual effects were excellent, as well as the acting, which you can never get a bad performance out of Viola Davis, Sir Ben Kingsley, and legendary Harrison Ford/Han Solo/Indiana Jones. (I absolutely love Ford and his characters by the way, if you could not tell. -now cue Star Wars music...) The child actors also did a fantastic job. The movie script barely deviates from the plot of the novel, changing minor details only to afford a 2-hour window of screen time. The tactics and exercises employed in ...
Why can't I just live in books? I would do anything to be Katniss from the Hunger Games and be willing to die for her sister, have two guys willing to fight for her, and to fight the whole capitol for the safety of every child in the districts. Or be like Harmonie, or whatever her name is, in Harry Potter, who is so brave and smart. I would love to live in those houses and play that game. What's it called? I can't remember. But I bet I could catch that golden ball once or twice. Or that girl in The Fault in our Stars. She has incurable cancer and is still a billion times stronger than me. Then is Evening in Eve and Adam. She got her leg ripped off, yet was never worried about it. Gosh, if only I loved in books..
those who read the book think "Ender's Game" is an amazing movie. Those who haven't compare it to 'Harry Potter', 'Hunger Games' and 'Starship Troopers', ignoring the fact that the book pre-dates all others by at least 15 years - and the themes explored could not have been more different. I'M DYING TO WATCH IT!
Nollywood will never cease to astound you with new levels of mediocrity they churn out every month...do you know majority of the biggest and most successful movies from Hollywood are novel adaptations: Lord of the Rings, The Godfather, Harry Potter, The Twight Saga, Hunger Games, Game of Thrones, and many others..were all gotten from BOOKS!!. Why can't our Nigerian ''Directors'' and so called movie ''Producers'' go read a book for God sakes !!! There are lots of fantastic Nigerian Novels nd plays out there begging to be made into Movies...books like Elechi Amadi's ''The Concubine''.Achebe's ''Arrow of God''.Chimamanda's '' Half of a Yellow Sun''- well its too late to make this cos Hollywood has stolen it right under our noses and plans are already underway to make the Movie adaptation...while our so called movie makers are busy shooting ''Keeping my Man'' and Osuofia in Brazil'...God help us
Help! I am looking for a Book Series my 12 (almost 13) year old son would like to read next... He has read, Harry Potter, Maze Runner, Hunger Games, Warrior Cats and I got him started with the Hobbit, but the fellowship of the rings he had a hard time following it... Any thoughts??
Is the movie as good as the book? adaptations of YA books allow us to linger in our favorite stories a little bit longer. Stephen Chbosky wrote "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" and then adapted it into a successful film in 2012, starring Ezra Miller, Emma Watson and Logan Lerman. Here are some of the other titles that went from best-seller to box office, as well as others premiering within the next year. All seven of J.K. Rowling's books made the leap from page to screen, beginning with the first one in 2001 and wrapping up in 2011. It's been a trend to split the last book in a series into two films, with the "Twilight" and "Hunger Games" franchises following suit. The success of the "Harry Potter" films also led to adaptations of "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events," "Inkheart" and "The Spiderwick Chronicles," none of which replicated the success of "Potter." Pictured: Matthew Lewis, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe. Author Stephenie Meyer signed on as producer for the last tw ...
Finally "Restocked" on popular chapter book titles! Magic Tree House, Rainbow Fairies, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Disney Fairies, Geronimo Stilton, Dear Dumb Diary, Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, lots of biographies dropped off too! We also have lots of tween/teen books: Hunger Games, Catching Fire, Warriors series, Fire Within series, Eragon, Sister Grimm, Harry Potter, some Rick Riordan, Westerfield's Uglies series, House of Night (Chosen, Tempted etc) series by Cast, DiCamillo, Dahl, Creech, Funke, Gutman, Lupica, Chima, Bosch, Snicket, Spinelli, Sachar, Ryan, Wilder, etc lots of others authors and titles. Give us a call to see if we have what you're looking for!
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So Mom wants to do a pumpkin carving get together. Since its the first time I have a place of my own I want to do pumpkins this year. I'm thinking maybe a Game of Thrones theme? or Harry Potter? Star Wars? Hunger Games? I am finding patterns online I like but I think I may make my head really hurt (and when it comes to carving, my hands, too). I can't seem to settle on one is my problem and I fear I am proverbially shooting myself in the foot before I even get started.
Had a discussion with Donovan Cox at lunch about classical authors writing modern novels. Here's a few of the ones we mentioned: Edgar Allen Poe's "50 Shades of Gray" Mary Shelly Wolstencraft's "Jurassic Park" H.G. Wells' "Harry Potter" Jane Austen's "Twilight" Dante's "Da Vinci Code" Mark Twain's "Hunger Games" Feel free to add more! Meredith Nudo, I hope you and Steve Marsden get in on this list.
Just going to do a short Fandom Elimination Game because I have to go out soon. So regular rules apply. Comment your least favriote fandom. - Percy Jackson - Hunger Games - Merlin - Harry Potter - Big Bang Theory ~ Peeta's Demigod, The Hufflepuff Girl
I need help! I am looking for a new series to read. An example of things I've read and liked are : Twighlight, 50 Shades of Grey, Harry Potter, and Hunger Games. Give me some good feedback!!
Contemplating word magnets to buy for grammar lessons. Which to choose Star Wars, Hunger Games, or Harry Potter themed? Or all of them...
Well since I forgot to add some information on myself in my first post, here is some. I am 16 and a junior in High School. I play basketball ad throw for track. I belong tithe following fandoms: My Little Pony, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, The Walking Dead, Kingdom Hearts, Pokemon, Hunger Games, and anything Stephen King. ~KingOfTheNorth~
if you're a fan of. DW. Merlin. Sherlock. Harry Potter. David Tennant. Matt Smith. Karen Gillan. Jenna Coleman. Hunger Games. S…
I dunno what book to re-read. Hunger Games, Pride And Prejudice or Harry Potter?! hmmm
I told the boys they each need to read at least two books over the summer. Charlie is going to start Game of Thrones. Henry needs recommendations please! He is 13 and a high level reader. He read so much in the past that he ran out of age appropriate material but can move up now. He loved Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Hunger Games, Alex Rider and even Agatha Christie! Please...suggest away!
Help me out! I'm trying to think of movie/book trilogies that tell one complete story, split into three parts. Star Wars (well, twice), The Matrix, Lord of the Rings, Hunger Games... what else? I'm setting aside those trilogies that don't have a solid overall continuing story (Iron Man, Indiana Jones, things like that). I'm also curious about duologies and series with more than three parts, but that have definitive beginnings and endings - Harry Potter, for example, but for the moment, I'm trying to come up with a list of trilogies.
How to make me cry in ten words or less: Sherlock: Goodbye, John. Avengers: You can't kill me, I know, I've tried! Thor: I could have done it, Father! Captain America: I had a date. Hunger Games: Real. Harry Potter: Always. Avatar the Last Airbender: Leaves from the vine TFIOS: Okay. Doctor Who: I don't want to go! Doctor Who: I was gonna be with you.forever. Sherlock: Don't... be... dead. Heroes: Then do it. Do it! Kill me! Star Trek: I have been, and always will be, your friend. Doctor Who: If it's my last chance to say it: Rose Tyler- Torchwood: Ianto, don't go. Don't leave me, please. House: I need you to tell me you love me. Sherlock: I was so alone and I owe you so much. House: If you die, I'm alone. White Collar: You're the only person in my life I trust. Castle: I love you Kate. Supernatural: And I want you, cursed or not. TMI: I swear on us. Chaos Walking: Todd? Doctor Who: Raggedy Man... Goodbye. Sherlock: Stop it, just stop this. Supernatural: Too much heart was always Castiel's problem. Sherlo ...
if you are a fan of. Harry Potter. The Hunger Games. The Mortal Instruments. Delirium series. i want to follow you all ♥
Hi everyone, I'm your new admin ~Kira. Some of my (many) fandoms are: - Harry Potter - Hunger Games - The Mortal Instruments - Divergent - I Am Number Four - Pokemon - Fairy Tail - Death Note - Naruto (though I'm still working on reading it) - Multiple Youtubers (Joey Graceffa, Pewdiepie, Shane Dawson, Danisnotonfire etc.) Want to know anything else? Just ask, I'll be happy to answer (almost) any question. :)
SO MANY amazing movies playing outside this summer around NYC. I mean, Star Trek and Top Gun will be played on THE INTREPID. How awesome would it be to watch those movies on a freaking aircraft carrier? These are my picks, and they are in some amazing locations: Reservoir Dogs, Willy Wanka, Ferris Bueller, Ghost Busters, Hunger Games, Ghostbusters, Pee Wee, Finding Nemo, Big Lebowski, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Avengers, Beasts of the Southern Wild, The Amazing Spiderman, Top Gun, Rocky, Back to the Future, Blade Runner.
The next 2,047 words are questions andanswers from the 'ASK APOCRYPHA' post a couple of days ago! :) - Your favourite colour? Cobalt blue or emerald green :3 - Guilty pleasure? Correcting people on their grammar xD - On a scale of 1-10, what's your favorite color of the alphabet? Gesundheit. - Will you be my friend? Um ._. - What is your favorite thing about your life right now? Jameron! c: - What is your dearest ambition? To become a medicine student. :3 - Your favorite number? 496! It is the sum of all its factors c: - Dream job? A doctor of some sort, in the field of science. - List of your fandoms? Favourite non-fandom book and movie? OTP? Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Divergent, Merlin, Once Upon a Time, Inheritance Cycle. Non-fandom book: Anything from Matthew Reilly. OTP: Jameron. :P - If you were Slytherin you would become a bad wizard? There's not a witch or wizard that wasn't bad that didn't start out in Slytherin. :P - When I'm famous, I'll change my name to: Jacob (insert last na ...
I have read Harry Potter. I have read Percy Jackson. [also the Heroes of Olympus series] I started Divergent. I have to read Hunger Games. I have to read the Mortal Instruments. Are there any other series or books i should read? Please tell! :) Thanks! ^_^ ~ Siriusly Prongs.
finished reading all the Hunger Games books-- finished all the Harry Potter books & all the cs lewis chronicles of narnia books -- what other ones out there might be good right now ? oh and also finished a bunch of the Janet Evanovich (Stephanie Plum) books too- any ideas?
Ask the Admin: Do u lik any other fandoms? Oh, where do I start? Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, Hunger Games, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, the Buffyverse, Firefly, the MCU, the Dark Knight Trilogy, Spider-man in general, Skulduggery Pleasant, True Blood, Game of Thrones, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Sherlock, The Three Cornettos Trilogy, the lis goes on.
Someone recommend a good book! Preferably something light and interesting, maybe fantasy or mythological. I love Stephen King but I need something different. I loved Harry Potter and Hunger Games. Most recently I finished Gone Girl. I'm sorta all over the place so just throw something out there...
Right now it's Glee, Hunger Games, Harry Potter and pretty people [like Mila Kunis and Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone] [mostly]
I need to follow more people. Follow me if you dont hate Taylor Swift, Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Hunger Games, Victoria Justice, BTR.
So I guess its National Reading month and everyday Amazon Kindle is posting a question about books to answer for this whole month which began March 2nd...since i missed the first 6 days I am going to post them here and then continue through the month...so here it goes! March 2--What is the first line of the book you are currently reading?---"The end of the world started when a pegasus landed on the hood of my car" The Last Olympian by Rick Roirdan March 3--What book had the largest impact on you as a child?--Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak March 4--Have you ever read an entire book in one setting? If so, which one?--I am sure I have but i can't remember a specific one. March 5--Who is your favorite author?--C.S. Lewis hands down March 6--What is your all time favorite Book Series?--Harry Potter, Series of Unfortunate Events or Hunger Games...i simply cannot and will not choose. March 7--What is the best book you read last year?--The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick and The Perks of Bei ...
I am in need of good book suggestions. To give you an idea of books I enjoy: Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, Walking Dead, Hunger Games, 13 Reasons Why, True Blood Series, Maximum Ride Series, etc. Obviously I read for entertainment lol
So earlier today I texted a picture of Martin Freeman to my nana and she said "that's hysterical!" And she's at my house now and she said something was hysterical, so I say, "Like Martin Freeman!" Nana: Doctor Who! Me: Nana: Nooo, it's Sherlock Holmes! Me: Nana: Nevermind, he's Twilight! Me: *walks away* Nana: (talking to sister) It's the Hunger Games person!!! Sister: Guess who he is! Nana: Doctor Who or Sherlock Holmes! Sister: Nana: He's Harry Potter!! Sister: (finally) No, he's John Watson Nana: Whats that famous line with John Watson? "John Watson, you're my man"? I love my nana:)
Need suggestions for 11-year-old boy. He has read the entire Maze Runner series and Hunger Games. Not interested in Harry Potter.
Hey guys! I have been thinking about making a page that would be entitled "The things my life wouldn't be the same without" or something like that. It would post about stuff like: Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Torchwood, Merlin, Firefly, Sherlock, The Hobbit/LotR, Hunger Games, Narnia, John Green writings, Rick Riordan writings, Warehouse 13, Alphas, Starkid, Avatar: the Last Airbender/Legend of Korra, Star Wars, Studio Ghibli movies, Game of Thrones, and Adventure Time. (in no particular order, I don't have favorites.) Would anyone be interested in a page like that, that would help me get it off the ground? |TA Scabior|
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the usual.Lotr,Skulduggery Pleasant,Harry Potter,Hunger Games,Percy Jackson,Lady of Devices,the Inheritance Cycle,Discworld
I am in desperate need of some new books to read! I love series, and have already read: Harry Potter, Twilight, Hunger Games, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Steig Larson Series, Lord of the Rings... Are there any good series I am missing? Also individual books would be good too, I have read most Jodi Piccoult, Nicholas Sparks, Shopaholic, Something Borrowed/Blue, The Road, actually this list will go on for ever. NO Stephen King rec. please, too many characters, too much detail, I get bored half-way through.
As promised. It took me forever. ~Errol Have you ever: 1. Skipped class? Nope, I am a good girl at school. 2. Done drugs? No 3. Self harmed? No 4. Drank? Kind of but I've never been drunk a bit tipsy perhaps :/ 5. Shoplifted? I once stole a boiled sweet but I don't think that really counts. But then I felt so guilty so I put £10 next to a till... 6. Gotten a tattoo? No but once I'm old enough I want to. 7. Broken up with someone? no, that would require someone wanting to go out with me in the first place. What's your favourite: 8. Show? Well if it is T.v. then it would have to be Merlin, but if you mean West End show then Wicked... 9. Movie? I don't know I love mean girls, Harry Potter and my lovely Hunger Games. 10. Song? At present probably I knew you were trouble by Taylor Swift or Hall of Fame by the Script feat. Will.I.Am 11. Tumblr? I don't like Tumbler. I always thought it looked great but I could never figure out how you worked it... 12. Singer/Band? The Script. 13. Memory? Oooh um DofE practic . ...
You guys wanna see if we're shipping buddies? Hunger Games - Peeta and Katniss. Harry Potter - Lily and James, Scorpius and Rose, Draco and Hermione (Sorry Hinny and Romione shippers, I just always liked them together) Neville and Luna (I know it's not canon, he marries Hannah Abbott, but I think this is one thing David Heyman did right) Sherlock - Molly and Sherlock. Misfits - Nathan and Kelley. The Mortal Instruments - Clary and Simon. Criminal Minds - J.J. and Spencer Friends - Phoebe and Joey, but I like Monica and Chandler and Ross and Rachel. -Clove
My Top Eleven Absolute Faves! (Includes comedy, mystery, fantasy, romance, poetry, whodunnits, etc., in no particular order, so they are not necessarily best to worst) 11. Pretty Little Liars / The Lying Game series 10. Between 9. Halo trilogy 8. Darkness Becomes Her series 7. Crank trilogy (make that anything by Ellen Hopkins) 6. Harry Potter series 5. Anything by Rick Riordan 4. Hunger Games series 3.Anything by Alex Flinn 2. The Help 1. Anything by Sophie Kinsella Again, this is just my personal opinion of all my fave books. NO hating! If you see one of your favourites is not on here, i probably just haven't read it yet (e.g. Mortal Instruments, Beautiful Creatures, etc.) so please let me know in the comments and I will try to read it and write a review as soon as possible! ~Admin LunaLovegood
Reel Deal Theater Newsletter January 2013 January 22nd Dear Friends of the Reel Deal Theater, THis week 1-25 thru 1-31 we are opening the controversial film, Zero Dark Thirty. It has several Academy Nominations and The Golden Globes has awarded Jessica Chastain the coveted Best Actress Award. We've also brought back Lincoln for at least another week due to the 12 Academy Award nominations and all the local folks who missed it the first time and those who want to see it again. The other 2 great films Les Miserables and Silver Linings Playbook we will hold for another week I will repeat the following paragraphs for those of you whe didn't get a chance to read them the 1st time around. I would also like to touch briefly on the process of obtaining films from the Studios. The only films we are confident in getting on opening weekend are the wide-release blockbusters like THe Hobbit, Twilight, Harry Potter, Hunger Games etc. These we can schedule well ahead of opening. The next tier down will open in most th . ...
So, I tidied my room earlier as I was supposed to have a friend come round to pick something up, and as I looked round I noticed JUST how many Harry Potter things I have on display in my room. Starting by the door and rotating in a clockwise direction, the most obvious things on display are: my Ravenclaw banner, my HP series with a "Film Wizardry" book on top of them, my 3D DH2 poster, my replica of Ginny's wand, the pictures of me on a broomstick and my brother and I in the Ford Anglia from the studio tour and my HP jewellery. I also have my Hunger Games poster, Downton Abbey calendar and various Bible verse posters on my wall along with a few decorations, throws and cushion covers from India. I don't think my room expresses me at all! :P
Remember when Russel Brand was hosting the MTV Movie Awards and he was like "Twilight" "Hunger Games" and people were screaming? Well, the first time he did it I thought "What the *** ". The second time, I was 'boo'ing Twilight. The third time.. Well, the third time he did it, my friends, I was all "Ooh, I know! He's going to say "Harry Potter" at the end and everyone would be screaming and cheering like never before". When he didn't do that, I wanted to punch he TV. Then I remembered he was probably just bitter because he's British and wasn't in the movie. ~Kat
Tolkien Legendarium (Lord of the Rings, Hobbit, Silmarillion), A Song of Ice and Fire Series(Book)/Game of Thrones, Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan, Chronicles of Narnia, King Arthur/Merlin, Harry Potter,Hunger Games and Percy Jackson
What are some good books out to read? I'm talking along the lines of Mortal Instruments, Infernal Devices, Harry Potter, Twilight, Hunger Games... so yeah, lame teen fangirl fiction! I'm at a loss for books to read!
Fangz Bites Hard -Question who is your favorite author, what are your 3 favorite books or series of books? Author-Christopher Pike and I love ALL of his books, other than his.. 1: Harry Potter series 2.: Hunger Games series 3: Twilight series, sorry Fangz, but I do love the books.
My views on books... Like Lucy Spraggan is the Hunger Games... New... Jahmene Douglas is Harry Potter... Awesome and Rylan Clarke is Divergent... A misfit... My opinion... Either agree or disagree...
Calling all Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Dr. Who, Star Trek, Star Wars, D&D, etc. nerd friends from 3rd grade through High School - a special camp just for you at Pilgrim Center in WI this summer, July 7-13: PilgrimCon, the first "Con" summer camp that I know of! Open to all faiths, all non-faiths, from any state or country.
Photo: My tumblr dashboard is severely lacking in Harry Potter, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Hunger Games, and...
My top ten fandoms: 1. Harry Potter (ob.viously) 2. Doctor Who (if you haven't already noticed) 3.) Lord of the Rings (Who doesn't like it?) 4.)Walking Dead 5.) Sherlock 6.) The first Hunger Games book (I didn't really like Catching Fire and Mockinjay, so I'm part of the sub-fandom) 7.) Is sub-fandom a word? 8.) Peanut butter and chocolate 9.) DC Comics 10.) Star Wars ~Sir Neville P.S. I'm not sure these are really in order after number two, I like 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, and 10 equally.
Hi! I'm the new trial admin FireJay! I'm so glad to be a trail here. So to get to know me a bit I thought I'd give you guy's ten facts about me! 1.I'm a kind of published author! My short story is in a book. 2.I was born on the day Google was put into the world, so on my birthday there's always a birthday cake on Google :D 3.I'm scared of butterflies, it's a very tragic story. 4.I live in England! Very close to Hogwarts, I still say I'll get that letter one day! 5.I LOVE history, my mother's a writer/historian so I was brought up around it. 6.I have grey eyes with a ring of hazel around the pupil; all the girls on my mother's side of the family have these eyes. 7.I'm 14 and I hate celebrating my birthday. 8.I love One Direction, Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Lord Of The Rings, Divergent, Mortal Instruments, Maze Runner, Llamas (because who doesn't like llamas?) and a few more! :D 9. Writing is my passion so I may post a lot of one shots here! :) 10.I love being an admin and I'm glad to be a trail admin ...
Other than PJO, HoO, Harry Potter (?) and Hunger Games, are you a fan of any other series? -Yeah. The Kane Chronicles. TV series? iCarly, Victorious, Adventure Time, Regular Show... And more. :) ~Pixar Princess
I thought I might tell you a bit about me. I come from the UK. I love horses, The Hunger Games (obviously), other dystopian fiction (Divergent, Matched, Wither, Breathe, Blood Red Road and too many others to mention!). But I'll read pretty much anything (Including books that I'm pretty sure are meant for boys... Henderson's Boys, the CHERUB series e.c.t). And I mean anything. My school librarian hates me as I have read most of the books in the library. I love to write, and I like to think I'm quite good at it. Same with singing. I adore Ellie Goulding and Gabrielle Aplin and I quite like some of Taylor Swift's stuff. I'm not very popular and most boys think I'm very strange. I have some pretty loyal friends though... though they don't like books. I have one older sister who I love so so so much. I'm a book person not a movie person. I get nightmares from books but not from movies. I didn't actually like The Hunger Games movie that much, but I love the books. I like Harry Potter too. I want to be a nurse . ...
I want you guys to get to know me, though no one asked me any questions so I am going to ask myself questions, because I am that awkward. What other fandoms are you in? Hunger Games and Divergent (of course) Harry Potter (Starkid along with Harry Potter) Dust Lands, any book by John Green, Matched, Delirium, Percy Jackson, I won't bore you with the rest ;) Do you play an instrument? : I play the viola :3 (bigger version of a violin and has a deeper sound) What do you think the third book should be named? Detergent :P Faction? Amity! Any other Amity's out there? If you have another question you can just ask! ~Lynn
(Opinion on: Twilight!) Personally, I actually quite like it. Please don't give me hate. I'm just stating an opinion. I understand where the haters are coming from, and how it's 'cool' to hate Twilight, but please hear me out. Feel free to disagree though! I read them all when I was around eleven and loved it. Then saw the films, and went through a mini-Twilight phase. I like the storyline, and the characters. More specifically, the minor characters. Especially Carlisle, Jasper, Alice and Emmett. I do like the films, a lot, and my favourite is the last one (Breaking Dawn - Part Two) because of the twist, and l really liked the battle scene. So that's about it! I do like Twilight, although I'm not on a Team. :) And no, I do not think it's the new Harry Potter or Hunger Games. It's just Twilight, and shouldn't be compared :) ~NutsandVolts
We're going to make some printed book lists available to our customers to help everyone find their next favorite book. Here are the suggestions we already have, and we'd like your input on this too! - Listings of various Book Series in order (we've got a few suggestions for specific series people can't ever seem to remember, we need more!) - a list of Nordic Crime writers - a list of Historical Fiction authors - list of books to read after Harry Potter - same for Twilight readers, 50 Shades readers and Hunger Games readers - Louise, Frank and Chris' favorite books and authors So what else can we put together for you??
There would be no harry potter without lord of the rings. Rowling once said in an interview that she was inspired by tolkien. There would be no Hunger Games without Harry Potter. It is pretty obvious that the author was inspired by Rowling ( HP and the Goblet of Fire/Triwizard Tournament). There would be no .the list is endless but one thing is clear: THERE WOULD BE NO FANTASY WITHOUT TOLKIEN ♥ There would be no 50 shades of grey without twilight, WHY DID Stephenie Meyer BECOME AN AUTHOR :'( :D -Lady Eowyn
Ok, I have been thinking a lot about this one, and I would be curious to see other peoples favorites too. I'm only going to pick a few of my favorites though 1. The Count of Monte Cristo 2. Ender's Game 3. The Outsiders 4. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy 5. Harry Potter series 6 Hunger Games trilogy 7. Sword of Truth series 8. Gunslinger series 9. Wheel of time series 10. Lord of the Rings trilogy
If I were to make an Instagram all about Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, The Maze Runner, Pretty Little Liars, The Vampire Diaries, Once Upon a Time, etc. What could it be called ? :/ It's basically an account about fandoms s: - Sashaa
Who am I? ROUND 2 (Could be from the following fandoms: Lord of the Rings, Narnia, Harry Potter, Maximum Ride, Star Wars, Hunger Games, Sherlock, Doctor Who) ~Allons-y
CONFERENCE TIME! CSUF is hosting the Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society conference starting tomorrow on POP CULTURE! We'll be in the CSU Fullerton residence halls (Juniper and Pine) from 9am-3pm both Friday & Saturday!! Come & check it out! There will be cool talks, great speakers (American Studies' Brande Jackson and Philosophy's Amy Coplan), and it's free to attend!!! :) Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Dr. Who, Walking Dead, The Shining... Many more! Email Lauren Bailey for a complete list with times and rooms: laurenbailey
Audiobooks I currently have downloading: All off Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings trilogy, A bunch of Stephen King, Hunger Games series, Charles Darwin. An some other's I can't think of right now xD
My kids will read Harry Potter, Series of Unfortunate Events, Magic Tree House, Percy Jackson, Chronicles of Narnia, and the Hunger Games.
I've been thinking...I think I want to write a trilogy too. I've been considering titles like 50 Shades of Harry Potter's Hunger Games.or Harry Potter and the Twilight Girls or Hunger Games with Anthony Bourdain or maybe Harry Potter in a Bottle? Or Anthony Bourdain in a Bottle? Or The Egg-atasy and the Egg-ony: the Magical Life of Humpty Dumpty?
Tonight it was brought to my attention that for the first time in years I am breaking the tradition of going to the midnight showing of a popular saga with Nura Brown and Rose Brown. The first was Star Wars, and then it was every Harry Potter, and Twilight. We seen the last Harry Potter together and now that the Twilight Saga is ending it's sort of Bitter Sweet. It wasn't about the movie it was about the experience. Hopefully we'll be able to pick up where we left off and continue the tradition with the Hunger Games series.
It is said that The Hunger Games (starring Jennifer Lawrence , Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth) is the next Twilight or Harry Potter series.
Jen Lawrence is in X-Men--->Hunger Games,Sam Claflin is going to be in THG&was in SWATH w/ K. Stew--->Twilight with R. Patts--->Harry Potter
you've got: the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, The Lord of the Rings , the Harry Potter series, the Twilight series, The Da Vinci Code series, the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy, the Hunger Games trilogy & now - the 50 Shades of Gray trilogy, but tell me. .is there a bible in your collection?
loves Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Tim Burton, Helena Bonham Carter, & Helen McCrory just as much as I do.
Of course, it's homecoming week...Em dressed up as Glimmer from the Hunger Games and Liz dressed up as Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter (today was "movie day") Liz had enough nerve to ask me if I had something she could wear for Senior Citizens Day...dang kid!
It is Banned Books Week. Can you believe that there are still hundreds of books banned in communities and schools around America?!?! I was shocked to find this out. Some of the books banned this year included Harry Potter, Hunger Games, To Kill a Mockingbird, Catcher in the Rye, Captain Underpants, Calvin and Hobbes, etc. Blows my mind!
It's Banned Books Week, when libraries across the country celebrate people's freedom to read whatever they want. Did you know that Harry Potter (series), Twilight and the Hunger Games have all been banned or challenged since they were published? Like our status if you've read any of these.
Should I read Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl? Anyone? I'll only read it if it is as good as Harry Potter and The Hunger Games series. If it is on par with Twilight, then forget it.
I give up. Pip's never coming back to South Park. I'm done with hoping he comes back to the show. I'm sad to say this, but the character's gone. I know he's not real, but he still was one of my favorite characters and'll be missed dearly along with Terra from Teen Titans, Ambipom (Although she's still alive), Rue and Wiress from Hunger Games, Maya, Nudge, Iggy and Gazzy from Maximum Ride, Margo, Celia and Jamilla from Witch and Wizard, Tomx, Dobby, Lupin and Sirius from Harry Potter and Brom from the Inheritance Cycle. You were all great characters. RIP
Hunger Games, Twilight, Harry Potter, Captain Underpants...what other books do young teens enjoy?
Okay so I got up this morning at my regular 3:30 and worked on business and now I am laying in bed reading "Catching Fire" by Suzanne Collins. As Nneji says "What in the world" I was able to dodge the whole Harry Potter series, and then I skipped the Twighlight craze but since I watched Hunger Games with Queen this weekend, I started and finished Hunger Games the book on Sunday and now when I should be going back to sleep I am reading the 2nd book. OH MY GOODNESS.
I'm sitting in the living room and my sister is watching Terry from Sesame Street read "Furry Potter and the Goblet of Fur" by J.K. Furball. -.- Seriously? What has the world come to? First Glee, then Justin Bieber, and now Harry Potter? What's next, the Hunger Games?
Does anyone know any good movies that I could download that's already on dvd. Please give me some good movie titles. So far I've Harry Potter (All of the dvds), The odd life of Timothy Green, Immortals, White Chicks, Hot Chicks, Hunger Games, Margin Call, Flipped, X -Men (All of the dvds) and more...
I love Hunger Games on Team Katniss,Harry Potter,and Twilight on Team Jacob
I have a bunch of new bottle cap charms that I will be making these next few weeks. I will start out making necklaces first and then charm bracelets and then key-chains. I CAN SHIP! Here are the themes I will have: 1. Nightmare Before Christmas 2. Harry Potter 3. Hunger Games 4. Disney Princesses 5. Twilight 6. Nurses (nurse, Nurses rock, RN, etc) 7. Zebra print (in white, pink, yellow, orange, red, green, light green, blue, light blue, teal/turquoise, mix of pink and purple, mix of red and purple, and mix of red, white and blue) 8. Alice in Wonderland(the movie) 9. Batman 10. Pirates of the Caribbean 11. Military (Special Forces, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corp, Semper Fi, "My Daddy wears a Green Beret," "I ♥ My Soldier") 12. No Bullying (Bullying with line through it, "Be nice. It could save a life!") 13. Horses 14. Dragons 15. Fairies 16. Disney Villians 17. Kittens Play Fighting
Hey NERDS! Stop posting about Harry Potter, Twilight and Hunger Games so I can watch Return of the Jedi without interruption. You guys are so lame. I want to use Darth Vaders choke hold to silence all of you. Don't make me join THE DARK SIDE.
The imagination in this world just has no limits! From Dr. Suess to MARVEL. From Disney to Nickelodean to Cartoon Network. From Harry Potter to Twilight to the Hunger Games. From CatDog to Rugrats to Hey Arnold. From Pokemon to Yu-Gi-Oh to Digimon. From Tarzan to the Little Mermaid to Alladin. From the Powerpuff Girls to the Teen Titans to Sailor Moon. From Avatar to Avatar the Last Airbender to Dragon Ball Z... Imagination impresses me.
you will watch Harry Potter, Big Bang Theory, Titanic, Pretty Little Liars and the Hunger Games with ...
Ok here we go, today's topic is a movie review for the Lorax. It was written by Dr. Seuss and for those of you who don't know who that is he is the only Dr. covered by Obamacare. You get your choice of Horton hears a Who or Red Fish, Blue Fish. Sorry Green Eggs and Ham is reserved for members of congress. Sorry kiddie you gotta keep the poor in check. Romney's plan isn't much better, you get to choose between Twilight or the Hunger Games. Of course Ron Paul will just loan you his copy of Harry Potter but just one at a time. Anyway back to the review. So it's the story about this guy that moves to the forest to strike it rich. This is the part of the story that we learn the greatest lesson of this movie. If you *** of the bears and they attack you just throw marshmallows at them. I tried it and that crap worked. Ok so I didn't have any bears but it sure as *** stopped my dogs in their tracks. That's one trick that Bear Grylls didn't teach me. Ok so this guy cuts down all the trees and when they are all . ...
//Everyone says that our generation is going to be some weird grandparents, but the next generation is going to have some weird names since we're all going to name our kids after Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Twilight, Mortal Instruments, Percy Jackson characters and more
Hey, church regular-adults! I realize that because I'm under 30 or so, I am a "Young Adult" and thus the one you're trying to find a place for me to be useful. Thanks so much. But as far as "young-adult" stuff goes, though I'd prefer Les Miserables, I'll settle for Harry Potter. Just please, not the Hunger Games. Sincerely, -A "Young Adult" From Your Church
If you love The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Twilight, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber or One Direction [fo ...
"Voldemort conquered the world several years ago, ravishing the known land with his death eater followers. Wizards and witches came out of the shadows and revealed themselves as supreme beings to the helpless muggles, werewolves, and vampires. It was not long before Great Britain and North America were separated into twelve individual districts, each with their own special purpose. The districts are headed by an all powerful capitol where only the ridiculously wealthy, aristocratic Death Eaters could live and thrive on the misery of the lesser citizens." -The opening statement for a Multi Fandom RP from the gods, that I feel a deep need to join. It's Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Glee, Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Teen Wolf, and Secret Circle. The only complain is Teen Wolf, which I would love to go on as A and get to kill every one in glee and Teen Wolf, then get to torcher the Pretty Liars, make out with Damon, and be Lord Voldemorts little slave. Then I would travel wit ...
This is a question that a friend on Yahoo Answers asked me. Since I am not familiar with these authors or these works. I was hoping that someone more familiar and more qualified then me. Could provide an answer. Thank you: I love Young Adult books, but for some reason, I always enjoy books with male main characters a whole lot more. I'm in to books like The Knife Of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Series) by Patrick Ness where there is a boy and a girl on the run. Hunger Games was good too. I love Harry Potter. I love The Maze Runner. Legend by Marie Lu was GREAT and it had both a boy and a girls perspective. I also like 1st person perspective better than third, but that's only a minor issue. I didn't like Twilight or The Mortal Instruments. Anyways, please give me a few series/books with teen male main character (hopefully a love interest as well?). I like dystopian, adventure, sci-fi type books the best. But I'm willing to open up to other options
You're weird for liking penguins, Josh Hutcherson is ugly, the Hunger games blow, Harry Potter's a *** Hocus Pocus is lame.
Avengers, Little Mermaid and Hunger Games posters. Harry Potter and Joker too.
Im gonna write a 4 Book Series and it's going to be better than Twilight, Hunger Games, and Harry Potter! Watch!
Liam Hemsworth and Daniel Radcliffe are gonna be in a movie. Harry Potter and Hunger Games crossover confirmed for the second time.
Now we have the "Hunger Games" Book and Film Series challenging Harry Potter.
I am so tired of people looking at my like I am Satan himself, because I let my kids watch Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Twilight,etc. Newsflash people: it is PRETEND! Fiction!!! Just like the Wizard of Oz, Mickey Mouse and anything else. My children are taught the difference between real life and fictional entertainment. They do not intend to grow up to be witches or wizards, overthrow the government,or be vampires. All of the movies I named above have better moral lessons than Spongebob, or Hannah Montana.both of which I have stopped my kids from watching. I will get off my soap box now.
Just watched the Hunger Games for the first time yesterday and it was awesome!!! Very well done really enjoyed it. The director did a great job of following the book very well. The acting was great they really brought it to the table especially Jennifer Lawrence who played Katniss. From beginning to the end it was like i was reading the book but on screen and it was EPIC!!! I can't wait for Catching Fire and MockingJay come out!! My favorite characters are Katniss, Rue,Peeta,and and Clove. It was so sad when Rue died very emotional scene. In my opinion this is the best movie since Harry Potter and I am extremely happy that Suzanne Collins wrote he the books she did a great job and glad they made a movie out of it.
Although author Suzanne Collins only wrote three books, her Hunger Games trilogy has been able to zap the magic out of J.K. Rowling’s seven-part Harry Potter franchise on Amazon.com,. Taking into consideration print and digital Kindle book sales combined, The Hunger Games, which are much shorte…
The Girl on Fire has defeated the Boy Wizard in a battle for the ages! Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games trilogy has now outsold all seven of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books to become Amazon.com's best-selling book. And the odds weren't even in their favor!
Congratulations to Suzanne Collins! Since debuting in 2008, Katniss Everdeen and the Hunger Games have taken the world by storm, much as Harry Potter did a decade before. YAY! The Hunger Games BEAT Harry Potter!
I don't think it's fair to make fun of so many of your books like Twilight and Hunger Games and Harry Potter and keep mine hidden from potential mockery. So here's some of my favorite books. Have at them if you can and I will defend. The classics: 1984 (Orwell), Animal Farm (Orwell), Brave New World (Huxley) The anti-religious: The End of Faith (Harris), God is Not Great (Hitchens), Why I Am Not a Christian (Russell) My favorite recently read: The Stranger (Camus), The Once and Future King (T.H. White) The rest: The Fountainhead (Ayn Rand), The Dark Elf Series (R.A. Salvatore), Lullaby (Palahniuk), Portable Henry Rollins (Rollins), The Odd Thomas Series (Koontz), and to this day... The Goosebumps Series (R.L. Stine)
Are the 'Harry Potter' or 'Hunger Games' books the favorite teen novels ever? (San Jose Mercury News): Share Wit...
Since I've finished the Artemis Fowl Book Series (excellent reading material if you are into science fiction with a Harry Potter element), do I venture into reading the Hunger Games?
The Lovely Bones, The Hangover, the Home Alone movies, anything by John Hughes, all the Harry Potter movies, Hunger Games...
Did you know that the guy that plays Claudius Templesmith in The Hunger Games is also the voice of Dobby in Harry Potter?
Ash Ketchum was 10 when he became a Pokémon trainer. Mulan was 16 when she saved China. Katniss Everdeen was 16 when she won the Hunger Games. Harry Potter was 17 when he defeated the Dark Lord. Rose Tyler was 19 when she became the Doctor's companion. I just turned 20 and I realized I haven't done anything nearly this cool with my life. Help. I'm having a quarter-life crisis.
My bookshelf is almost good. I have Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Twilight, A Game of Thrones, Sherlock Holmes and Percy Jackson.
You might want to sit down for this one. Kendall and Kylie Jenner, best known as the younger Kardashian sisters, have landed a book deal with Karen Hunter Publishing / Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. The untitled book will be a dystopian novel that follows two sisters on a journey filled with "terror, mystery, drama and love." The novel is slated for a Summer 2013 release. Karen Hunter, publisher of Karen Hunter Publishing, said in a statement, "This book will be a surprising departure for Kendall and Kylie, but one I think readers will enjoy. I'm delighted to be working with Kendall and Kylie on this project." E! has more details about the project. The girls reportedly brainstormed the concept for the novel, which is set 200 years in the future. Mom Kris Jenner sent the girls' notes off to their manager, which led to it being published by Karen Hunter. The teen girls - who say their favorite High School subject is English and that they are "huge Harry Potter and Hunger Games fans" - will n ...
My one and only 50 Shades of Grey rant: I still cringe at any pop culture book trends like these. Harry Potter and Hunger Games are great. They have depth and challenge the audience. There's a meaning there that adds to the readers world. Twilight and 50 Shades, not so much. Stephen King said something to the effect once that "Harry Potter was about challenging the things that scare you and relying on your friends to carry you as you did so and Twilight was about the importance of having a good boyfriend." 50 Shades isn't even about that. 50 Shades basically just says every woman wants to be bound and beaten. Now I am not into the BSDM lifestyle, per se. I've had some exposure, sure because, you know, I am open to life in general and go where it takes me and... well... tend towards being like Toucan Sam with other various parts of my anatomy. I just follow my nose. And on some level... well, I am dominant and pick up on the deeper truths of anything that has enough deeper value to hold my attention ...
A wonderful point to ponder... More copies of the Bible are in print than any other written work. According to the New York Times, more than 40,000 Bibles are sold daily. Even more are given away daily by such groups as Gideons International and the American Bible Society. The Bible’s continuing sales numbers exceed those of even the most popular novels. Harry Potter, Twilight, Hunger Games – none even come close. “If you want to get at the real best sellers,” said the manager of one of the largest bookstores in New York to a Times reporter, the standout champion of all time is the Bible. You sure cannot tell it though, can you?
Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Twilight, numerous books by Nicholas Sparks, Edgar Allen Poe, Stephen King, Narnia... I've read so much more... countless words, but none have touched me so much as I have been touched in this last week of reading. I started reading the Hunger Games last Thursday, and I just now finished the last book. I laughed, yelled, gasped for air as I forgot to breathe. I cried for the last 30 pages or so of Mockingjay. Suzanne Collins has clearly outdone every set of words I have ever read. I am truely touched, and I have a new favorite book (or trilogy)!
David Yates (Harry Potter) and Gary Ross (The Hunger Games) are among the directors said to be circling one of Warner Bros.' dual 'Tarzan' movies.
Send this to anyone to see if they qualify to be your best friend. Also, post your answers in the comments to see how you score! BEST FRIEND TEST: 1.) Batman or Spiderman? 2.) Pirates or ninjas? 3.) Sherlock Holmes or James Bond? 4.) Pokemon or Dragonball Z? 5.) Black or white? 6.) Apples or pineapples? 7.) Hunger Games or Harry Potter? 8.) NYC or DC? 9.) Horses or wolves? 10.) Cats or dogs? 11.) Long hair or short? 12.) Cake or pie? 13.) Spoon or fork? 14.) Chris Colfer or Andy Biersack? 15.) Fire or ice? 16.) Hot or cold? 17.) Music or art? 18.) Black Veil Brides or One Direction? 19.) Emo or goth? 20.) Popular or hipster? 21.) Vans or Converse? 22.) Hats or glasses? 23.) Finding Nemo or Lion King? 24.) YouTube or DeviantArt? 25.) Red or blue?
The poll verdicts are in for Hollywood for the year 2011. 'Harry Potter' cleanly trumped 'Twilight' in the race for the top movie of 2011 - however come 2012 - 'Hunger Games' has beaten 'Twilight' in the buzz-poll. Kriten Stewart beat the likes of Freida Pinto and Mila Kunis to win the best nude sce...
Voting for Kids Choice Awards. Well, now that Harry Potter is probably done being nominated for stuff, all my votes go to Hunger Games.
Just saw Snow White with Kristen Kathleen Adam Lopinsky and Lucas Mitzel, here are some movies we think it had elements of, feel free to add to the list (I forgot some) 1. Alice in Wonderland 2. Star Wars 3. Harry Potter 4. Lord of the Rings 5. Neverending Story 6. Hunger Games 7. 300 8. Shawshank Redemption 9. Princess Mononoke 10. Robin Hood 11. The Matrix
Bored! I'm going to write a fanfic! COMMENT the number you vote for. LIKE if you can't choose! 1) Hunger Games 2) Harry Potter 3) Walking Dead 4) Avatar the Last Airbender 5) Fullmetal Alchemist
100 Facts about Greyson Chance :) 1.) He was born Greyson Michael Chance. 2.) He was born Saturday, August 16th, 1997 3.) Greyson was born in Kell West Regional Hospital in Wichita Falls, Texas in Room 205, 2nd floor. 4.) When he was 4, he moved to Edmond, Oklahoma. 5.) Greyson was bullied in school. 6.) Greyson attended Cheyenne Middle School in Edmond, Oklahoma. 7.) He has a close group of 4 friends. 8.) Greyson currently lives in Edmond, but has an apartment in LA. 9.) His favorite place to travel is France. 10.) Greyson's favorite ice cream flavor is Rocky Road. 11.) His favorite school subject is Math. 12.) Greyson's favorite historical figure is Ben Franklin. 13.) On tour with Cody Simpson during the "Waiting 4U" tour, he had a mini fridge full of Lunchables. 14.) His choir teacher didn't originally want him to sing "Paparazzi", he had to talk her into it. 15.) Greyson's favorite colors are blue and black. 16.) He goes to his sister, Alexa, for lyric help. 17.) Greyson is a huge Harry Potter geek. 1 ...
The 2012 MTV Movie Awards featured Johnny Depp rocking with the Black Keys, a sneak peek at "The Dark Knight Rises" and an armload of awards for 'The Hunger Games' and 'Harry Potter.'
Twilight Breaking Dawn pt. 2 beat Harry Potter and Hunger Games for movie of the year.?
drats! Breaking Dawn Part 1 won the MTV Movie Award for best movie, not even the Hunger Games or the last Harry Potter film could stop it. That is the fourth year one of the Twilight Saga has won best movie.
Yay! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 won best cast! :D But come on MTV Movie Awards, I understand that if Harry Potter has to lose, it's to the Hunger Games. But really, lost to Twilight??!
Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson beat Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe on the MTV Movie Awards as best female and male performance. :( As much as I love the Hunger Games, nothing compares to Harry Potter. Ever. EVER. They're more deserving. Srsly.
Dear Twilight Haters, No matter what you say, we will keep voting. No matter what you say, they will keep winning. Get over your Hunger Games and Harry Potter. They won't and did not win the Movie of the Year and the Best Kiss award. xoxo, Robsten fans :)
I absolutely LOVE how almost all my dogs are named after characters in my favorite movies!!! Albus Dumbledore of course came from Harry Potter, Rascal Lily the Lily part came from also Harry Potter, and Rue Primrose came from the Hunger Games!!! The only one not named after a character in a movie is Bear Bryant which is okay with me because he couldn't have been named after no better Alabama coach!!! :) i love all my dogs they are all so precious!!! :) they are all so special in their own little way like Dumbledore is the sweet playful one, Rascal Lily is the timid one who only loves me, Bear is the funny playful sweet and curious one, and Rue is the sweet loving and loves to hide and u find her she gets so excited when u play hide and seek with her!!! :)
Resolved Question: The Hunger Games, Twilight, or Harry Potter?: The hunger games - LOVE...l...
Just saw a conglomerate of Snow White, Pokemon, Narnia, Harry Potter, Three Goats Groff, Sleeping Beauty, Alice in Wonderland, Twilight/Hunger Games (and all other movies that has a girl picking between two guys), Lord of the Rings, Thor (but with axe), and Robin Hood.
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