31 Hunger Games Facts You Need To Know Before Seeing Mockingjay Part 2

Published November 20, 2015
Updated September 28, 2018

This thrilling, fascinating collection of Hunger Games facts and photos is sure to surprise the experts and make fans out of the haters.

This is it: the final showdown. Today, The Hunger Games saga will reach its climactic end with the release of its final film installment, Mockingjay Part 2. Over the past seven years, The Hunger Games novel series has sold over 65 million copies in the U.S. alone, with all three books topping the New York Times bestseller list. Likewise, the three films have grossed over $2 billion combined, all topping the box office charts.

Here are 31 fascinating behind-the-scenes facts to sate even the biggest fans’ appetites:

Hunger Games Facts Ear Infection

Hunger Games Film Rights

Hunger Games Facts Cornucopia

Hunger Games Swear Jar

Hunger Games Facts Clarissa

Hunger Games Translations

Hunger Games Facts Trilogy

Hunger Games Kissing

Hunger Games Donald Sutherland

Hunger Games Facts Cookbook

Hunger Games Facts Katniss Root

Hunger Games Facts Effie

Hunger Games Facts Berries

Hunger Games Facts Capitol

Hunger Games Facts Cat

Hunger Games Injury

Hunger Games Facts Costumes

Hunger Games Facts Francis Lawrence

Hunger Games Facts Philip Seymour Hoffman

Hunger Games Facts Wes Bentley

Hunger Games Hunting

Hunger Games Josh Hutcherson

Hunger Games Peeta Katniss

Hunger Games Kentucky

Hunger Games Minotaur

Hunger Games Panem

Hunger Games Facts Clove

Hunger Games Facts Violence

Hunger Games Facts Dystopia

Hunger Games Salute

Hunger Games Facts Camps Florida

For mass games involving children that may be even more terrifying than The Hunger Games, check out the unbelievable things that happen in North Korea. And for a compilation of the best performances by The Hunger Games star Philip Seymour Hoffman, take a look at this video countdown.

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