Countdown to ‘Catching Fire’: Officially One Year Away From Its Big Screen Release!

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We know the wait has been hard, but hopefully this will make things a little easier — Catching Fire will open in theaters exactly one year from today! Now, that’s definitely something to be thankful for! Though we’ve seen on set sneak peeks, gotten a few tidbits from the cast, and this awesome motion poster, there is still so much we don’t know about the highly-anticipated film.

So, what better day than today to start talking about how excited you are? If you’re as into CF as we are, you’ll want to take part in our message board! That’s right, you can chat about what scenes you’re most excited to see, how you think the Quarter Quell arena will look, and much more!

While you’re waiting for the turkey to be perfectly cooked (or you just want to avoid your annoying cousin or get out of setting the table!), join our special Catching Fire message board and join the conversation!

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6 Responses to "Countdown to ‘Catching Fire’: Officially One Year Away From Its Big Screen Release!"

    MJ says:

    It is like my birthday when it comes out. I am sooooo excited.

    Anzari says:

    omggg i’m so so so sooooo excited! Who’s on TeamPeeta? <3

    Figures8r says:

    omg soooooooooooooooo excited :)

    Miah says:

    Omg I can’t wait!! Team Peeta! lol

    rhiannon says:

    i know! A whole year is way to long to wait! im going to be counting the days until the movie hits the theatre, im gonna be the first one there. :) keep calm and wait for peetas shirtless scene ;)

    JJ says:

    I’m SO excited. One year, I wish it wasn’t such a long wait!

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