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"Abraham’s daughter", for the Hunger games soundtrack.
Although Lionsgate is not premiering anything for The Hunger Games at Comic Con, they will have a presence at the event at the San Diego Convention Center. It has been mentioned that there will be giveaways, though no information as to what or when has been released. If you are visiting Comic Con be sure to stop by Booth 3729 and let Lionsgate know what you think about The Hunger Games!
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As the dates for San Diego Comic Con 2011 inch closer and closer, fans of The Hunger Games are becoming more and more eager to find out if the convention will include any details or sneak peeks at The Hunger Games movie.
“Our Comic Con plans aren’t locked yet,” Lionsgate tells The Hunger Games Examiner. “But we will be sure to keep everyone posted.”
Besides the potential of The Hunger Games, Lionsgate has a lot of upcoming films that would be a good fit for Comic Con, held July 21-24 this year, such as the remake of Conan the Barbarian and Abduction, starring Taylor Lautner.
Comic Con has traditionally been a popular venue for debuting sneak peeks at upcoming franchises, such as The Twilight Saga, Iron Man, Tron: Legacy, and comic book adaptations like Thor and Coyboys & Aliens.
Filming on The Hunger Games only began in late May, so it seems unlikely that Lionsgate will already have something ready to share at Comic Con in July — but many fans are optimistic. If not any actual footage, some hope that Lionsgate will at least unveil new still images from the movie, or perhaps character portraits of Gale and/or Peeta, much like the recent Entertainment Weekly cover that showed Jennifer Lawrence in costume as Katniss.