And there were some scenes with Peeta and Katniss on the roof of the Tribute center that I always liked from the book that we were unable to get into the film.
Francis Lawrence on his favorite scene from Catching Fire that he was unable to get into the film (x)
And yet they were able to fit in a completely unnecessary Galeniss good bye kiss that wasn’t even in the book. Fuck you, Lionsgate and Jacobson. If that isn’t blatant favoritism, I don’t know what is. We get it. You’re on Liam’s D and you’re going to push Gale as far as it will go, even at the expense of the story. At some point during MJ1, this is going to bite you in the ass.
Did you know that this scene was entirely unscripted? Johnny Depp just kinda went with this and no one stopped him, so the reactions’ on the other actors’ faces are their actual reactions to Depp’s shenanigans.
makes the scene 100000 times better omfg
you can even see orlando glancing at the people behind the camera as if asking what is going on
thus why we all love Johnny Depp.
everybody loves Johnny Depp
I don’t mind if you’re not bothered by the fact that Peeta didn’t lose his leg in the first Hunger Games movie, but please do not say the amputation in the book adds nothing to the story.
It adds to Peeta’s story. What he lost, what he was expected to and did endure, and the strength and…