Check These Out: Hilarious Propaganda Posters for 'Hunger Games'

March 30, 2012
Source: College Humor

The Hunger Games Propaganda Posters

The adaptation of Suzanne Collins' hit young adult novel The Hunger Games is still dominating the box office, and it will be interesting to see whether or not Wrath of the Titans or Mirror Mirror can knock the mighty sci-fi film off its throne. In the meantime, the internet is having fun with all the hype surrounding the film from how awkward the tabloid relationship name would be for Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) to this new batch of hilarious propaganda posters from the comedy factory that is College Humor. Using some familiar imagery, these posters make light of the brutal nature of the games.

Here's a few of the propaganda posters for The Hunger Games and you can see more at College Humor:

The Hunger Games Propaganda Poster - We Can Do It

The Hunger Games Propaganda Poster - Tracker Jackers

The Hunger Games Propaganda Poster - Sponsor a Tribute

The Hunger Games Propaganda Poster - Stand Up to Bullies

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. Josh Hutcherson plays Peeta, the boy chosen from District 12 for the Hunger Games with Katniss.

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 brought Hunger Games to theaters everywhere March 23rd, 2012. May the odds be ever in your favor.

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The last one is the best.

Xerxexx on Mar 30, 2012



bat0u on Mar 30, 2012


Fact: Weapons are also weapons. 

Brandon on Mar 30, 2012



Al on Mar 30, 2012


wtf is this shit

lol on Mar 30, 2012


"words are weapons, but weapons are also weapons" had me in tears.

Rock on Mar 31, 2012


Cool posters. I wonder if creating them was as slow and painful as it was sitting through that god-awful series of headache inducing, eye roll moments they called a film.

Tyler Morgan on Apr 3, 2012

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