THECAPITOL.PN Celebrates District Heroes

The release TheCapitol.PN spoke of is here and looks to be the beginning of Mockingjay’s marketing. Yahoo! has released Panem’s “District Heroes”, honoring the small citizens who contribute to the success and flourishing of Panem. No doubt to distract us from the truth, RIGHT GUYS?!

You can also check large images of the District Heroes and compelete MANDATORY registration for Capitol TV @ the newly designed THECAPITOL.PN
So it seems The Capitol is “appreciating” it’s citizens in the face of all out war. Which leads us to wonder…… too little too late?

ICYMI: Our Step-by-step guide for COVERGIRL’s Catching Fire Movie Ticket Program

Spend $20 of COVERGIRL at participating retailers and get a Catching Fire movie ticket!

They used COVERGIRL on the set of Catching Fire, so Lionsgate has partnered with them for a new beauty campaign! 

The #CapitolTastemakers!

Welcome To District 12 - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Tumblr - Pinterest

Victor’s Village - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Tumblr - Pinterest

HG Fireside Chat - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest - Google Plus

Down With The Capitol - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Tumblr

Mockingjay.net - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest - Google Plus

HG Girl On Fire - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Tumblr

HG Movie Site - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Tumblr

The Hob - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest

HGT Fansite - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Tumblr - Pinterest

Sparks Will Fly - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Tumblr

CatchingFireMovie.org - Site - Facebook - Twitter

My Hunger Games - Site - Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest - Google Plus

CHECK OUT WHERE THE CAPITOL PARTY SCENE WILL BE FILMED!

More Catching Fire locations! The Swan House in Atlanta is apparently set to film a Capitol party scene:

Thanks to one of our tipsters we’ve now learned the Swan House will be used for a party scene for The Capitol on Sept 26, 27, 28. They also told us the shoot will include some custom-made costumes for the party goers, including a suit made out of bricks.
There was also a casting call posted last week for dancers who can waltz which would make sense for an elaborate party scene.

According to the home’s website, it is “an elegant, classically styled mansion built in 1928 for the Edward H. Inman family, heirs to a cotton brokerage fortune.” The website also notes the historic mansion will be closed from September 17 – 28.