First Five District Banners from Lionsgate's 'Hunger Games' Movie

October 4, 2011
Source: Facebook

The Hunger Games

Time to start the District Wars! Lionsgate has unveiled the first five Districts from The Hunger Games adaptation, written & directed by Gary Ross starring Jennifer Lawrence, in a future where the Capitol rules over 12 districts in a place known as Panem. These posters are part of the ongoing viral (website here) and are only the first of many, as we have all 12 districts to name. They've revealed Districts: 2-Masonry, 7-Lumber, 8-Textiles, 9-Grain, and 12-Mining, the District Katniss is from. Each one is responsible for a certain job, and each one is represented in their own way leading up to the Hunger Games. Check ’em out!

As you can see, they say "Like Your District Immediately" as they come straight from Facebook. If you click on whichever district is your favorite below, you'll be taken to the Facebook page for that District to like it. Glad to see some updates on this viral, as that teaser trailer wasn't much. Watch the latest official trailer.

Update: You can find all 12 banners for the various districts of Panem in full right here. The original five:

The Hunger Games - District 2The Hunger Games - District 7
The Hunger Games - District 8The Hunger Games - District 9
The Hunger Games - District 12

I believe more Districts will be unveiled as they fill up with candidates on the viral site at - you can see the Processing Queue filling up (oh, and the Capitol symbol), so stay tuned for more updates.

Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss, a 16-year-old living in the post-apocalyptic country of Panem. Every year, one boy and one girl are chosen from each of Panem's 12 districts to fight each other to their death.

The Hunger Games is both written and directed by Oscar nominated filmmaker Gary Ross, director of Seabiscuit and Pleasantville previously, but also writer of Big, Mr. Baseball, Dave, Lassie, Pleasantville and Seabiscuit. It's adapted from Suzanne Collins' popular series of novels, first published in 2008. Lionsgate is bringing The Hunger Games to theaters everywhere starting March 23rd, 2012 next spring. Excited yet?

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District 11, FTW! For Rue! Hope they don't screw up the films too bad.

Anonymous on Oct 4, 2011


Lionsgate, is shaping up to be solid studio that will surely take a bigger bite out of next year's box office revenue!!!

Spider on Oct 4, 2011


oooh very nice. and jennifer lawrence as katniss is steadily growing on me, thank goodness.

fem!anon on Oct 4, 2011


Umm, no.

Guest007 on Oct 4, 2011


Half way through Mockingjay.. Its a really good story. Will be waiting to see how Gary Ross sees it! Hope its good. Jennifer Lawrence seems to be a good Katniss at least.

max on Oct 5, 2011


The whole third act is so anticlimactic.

reeft on Oct 5, 2011


I think Gale is HOT!!!

Seashell1999 on Dec 12, 2011


Hunger games - best book i've read!!!

Seashell1999 on Dec 12, 2011

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