Got $1.2 mil lying around? Then you can own the village that was used to portray District 12, the home of Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mellark and Gale Hawthorne in the smash flick The Hunger Games!
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With Hunger Games fans eagerly awaiting the premiere of the new movie, a comic book biography of its author, Suzanne Collins, is also about to be released. FAME: Suzanne Collins -- hitting stores March 23rd from Bluewater Productions -- traces the best-selling author's life from her early years, to her work in children's television, to book super-stardom. Take a look below at exclusive preview pages from FAME: Suzanne Collins, written by Novel Novice's Sara Gundell and illustrated by Mimei Sakamoto:

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In just a few short weeks, you're going to have more Hunger Games merchandise than you can shake a stick at, and the hobby gaming industry is not exempt from the pull of this red-hot property. Wizkids has announced a series of tie-in products such as a blind box series of 27 figurines, as well as the Jabberjay card game and District 12 strategy game.

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A new biographical comic based on the life of "The Hunger Games" book author Suzanne Collins has been announced by Bluewater Productions. Entitled "FAME: Suzanne Collins," the comic hits stands in November and covers the life of the author from her beginnings as a writer for the kid's show "Clarissa Explains It All" to the mega-selling writer of The Hunger Games franchise of books. Take a first look at the cover below, and then read on for more information!

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It's just like the title says: this is literally The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins as acted out by Barbie dolls by Sock Monkey Productions. They also have a Barbie-fied dramatization of Catching Fire, in case you are a hardcore Hunger Games fan and have an extra 30 minutes or so to spare.

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Next Movie: Everyone In The World (Incuding Chloe Moretz) Wants To Be Katniss Everdeen

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By Scott Harris

This just in: according to the Los Angeles Times, Chloe Moretz has expressed interest in playing Katniss Everdeen in the upcoming adaptation of the popular young adult series “The Hunger Games.”

And in related news, the sky is blue, water is wet and Joanie loves Chachi.

Okay, so we’re being a wee bit sarcastic. But as much as we love Moretz — she did really kick-ass in “Kick-Ass,” after all — the fact that she wants to play Katniss Everdeen isn’t news so much as a foregone conclusion considering that every girl in Hollywood between the ages of 10 and 25 would pretty much drown a kitten for a chance at the part.

Which is understandable. But who should actually get it?

First, a little background for those of you who have been living in a cave with a box of scraps for the past few years: in the novels by author Suzanne Collins, Katniss Everdeen is a teenage girl living in a not-too-distant future, one that also happens to be not-so-cool as evidenced by the fact that she is sent by the government to appear on a reality TV show where she has to hunt down and kill other teens. The books, which are wildly popular, are in the process of being adapted into a film trilogy that many in the industry expect to become the next “Harry Potter” or “Twilight.” Read More...

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