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Lots of Hunger Games news this week! Everyone was talking about the new touring exhibition, the possibility of a theme park, and the new mobile game. Plus, will there be a Hunger Games theme park? What would it look like? And in a case of art crossing with politics, real protesters have taken to using the Hunger Games salute. Here are some of our favorite articles from around the web this week.

Can you imagine a Hunger Games theme park? It might happen! And until then, get set for “The Hunger Games: The Exhibition,” which will tour the US in 2015.


‘The Hunger Games’ is becoming a mobile game. Interactive entertainment company Kabam announced Friday that it agreed with film studio Lionsgate to make a title for play on smartphones or tablet computers based on the dystopian books and films.


DuPont State Recreational Forest regularly draws fans of the movie, which was filmed there in 2011. Hike, mountain back, or ride horses through over 80 miles of trails.


What might be a part of the rumored Hunger Games theme park? Hypable came up with 8 things they do NOT want to see including Subway sponsoring “Peeta’s Bread Factory” and Blueberries mixed with Nightlock.


Thailand’s protesters are demonstrating that life can imitate art. Anti-military coup protesters are mimicking the “Hunger Games” three-fingered salute after the country’s army chief Paryuth Chan-ocha declared martial law in late May, Reason reports.


This week in Hunger Games news is pure entertainment. From other pop culture cross references to a possible theme park, you can tell that The Hunger Games is on everyone’s minds and here to stay. And we are pretty happy about that!

This may be one of the funniest takes on Young Adult literature we have seen in awhile. And of course that had to include The Hunger Games. Dr. Doofenshmirtz from ‘Phineas and Ferb’ gives his take.


We think Julianne Moore can do a fabulous job with President Alma Coin, but we know it will be tough to live up to the standards of the Hunger Games fans.


If the rumors are true, “The Hunger Games” may become the next film franchise to have its own theme park. Would you attend? What do you think would be in it?