‘The Hunger Games’ President Snow Meets with Seneca Crane Clip

Donald Sutherland and Wes Bentley are featured in this latest look at the March 23rd release.
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‘The Hunger Games’ President Snow Meets with Seneca Crane Clip

Loinsgate has released yet another clip from the highly anticipated action thriller The Hunger Games in lieu of its March 23rd release. Here, President Snow (Donald Sutherland) confronts game maker Seneca Crane (Wes Bentley), demanding that he contain any spark of hope Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) may bring to the audience watching her survive the brutal landscape of this wicked game. Check it out.

The Hunger Games was released March 23rd, 2012.

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  • Chief05 • 3 years ago

    @yannick-decorte It's difficult to explain why, perhaps it's the curiosity to see how they managed to adapt the great story and the intense atmosphere to the big screen. I understand that the people who didn't read the novels are confused about the excitement, maybe they should give the books a try first. If they still don't like it or don't like the genre, well, everyone has their own opinion, right? ;) For example I didn't read the Twilight novels and I probably won't - not my kind of books. So I don't understand the hype of the Twilight movies, they look so cheesy. But there seems to be a lot of people who love the movies. Same thing. :)


    • thedude-abides • 3 years ago

      Words of wisdom, @yannick-decorte. Words. Of. Wisdom.


      • yannick-decorte • 3 years ago

        I don't get the hype for this. I keep expecting something special because I heard glowing things about the books, but I still don't see that anywhere. I'm glad Wes Bentley is in this despite the ridiculous make-up, but everything else looks bland or cheesy and I don't get why we should be excited for a concept like this being executed in a PG-13 fashion. It'd be like The Expendables II being... oh wait.


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