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Everything you did or didn’t want to know about ‘The Hunger Games’

Everything you did or didn’t want to know about ‘The Hunger Games’

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Tori Braun, 17, Lodi

“It just really has an interesting storyline.”

Justin Falcon, 16, Lockeford

“I enjoy its action, but it has a good storyline.”

Shelby Frozier, 14, Lodi

“I just read the series, and it’s been my favorite book in a while.”

Brianna Guzman, 18, Lodi

“I almost had a heart attack when I saw the trailer!”

Garrett Heitzman, 17, Lodi

“It’s probably my favorite book. I read the whole series in a week.”

Mikalya Kidd, 17, Lodi

“The love story between Peeta and Katniss, and the violence.”

Paola Maciel, 16, Lodi

“The action and romance.”

Raeni Sroufe, 16, Lodi

“It’s so intense!”

Casey Wilson, 15, Lodi

“The books were really addicting.”

Garrett Wilson, 17, Lodi

“I’ve read the books a couple of times, and it looks like it’s going to be a good movie.”

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Posted: Friday, March 30, 2012 8:32 am

It’s the trailer you keep seeing over and over. It’s the book that has your teenager curled up on the couch reading. It may even be the thing that has taken over your own free time.

It is “The Hunger Games,” the book series phenomenon created by Suzanne Collins that has now been crafted into a box office hit. If you don’t know much, it’s OK. Here is the rundown of everything you need to know about the futuristic film where teenagers strive to survive by killing each other off.

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