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Lionsgate's Sends Season's Greetings - Hunger Games Style!

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Lionsgate is obsessed with the Hunger Games!

They sent out a Hunger Games themed holiday card to all newsletter subscribers saying "From our District to yours."

How thoughtful!

Obvi they don't want this silly any old holiday distracting fans from their upcoming film. Well, have no fear Lionsgate! We are waiting with baited breath!

Our only question is: Where can we buy that Mockingjay ornament??

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5 comments to “Lionsgate's Sends Season's Greetings - Hunger Games Style!”



  1. 1

    my question to them is.. why doesnt the lionsgate ' the movies game ' that i used to play on my old xp machine wont play on my new windows 7 machine .. !!!



  2. 2

    Perez Gurrl,
    I visit your site at least once a day, usually more and I love it. I have however found a spelling/grammatical error at least once in every one of your blog entries. In this post you used the idiom "with bated breath". The bated in this expression is not "baited". In an earlier post you used another idiom, "by the wayside" but instead spelled "waste side". Many young people visit your site everyday and look up to you (including myself) so I think it would be a good idea to hire an adequate editor. I hate my job so let me know!



  3. 3

    this where they all loose it . Christmas is a buisness, has nothing to do with the birth of Christ..we live in a sad society…



  4. 4

    Re: kapena – Thanks for caring about language!



  5. 5

    Re: lala44 – Well, today's Christianity has NOTHING to do with Christ, so I think you have bigger problems that "Happy holidays."