One thing that The Hunger Games—both Suzanne Collins’ hugely popular books and the even more hugely popular movie adaptations—share with the world within the fictional works is a savvy marketing strategy. There’s a fine line between advertising and propaganda, and the Capital of Panem and the leaders of the revolution, as well as the folks at Lionsgate, use it to their advantage. After all, the revolution must be marketed. The latest film, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1, is still a few months off, but the advertising push never really comes to a full stop, and now there is a collection of posters of the rebel faction for you to check out.
Mockingjay, the third book in Collin’s trilogy—which will be split up into two movies—broadens the world of The Hunger Games a few degrees. Prior to this, the action is primarily concerned with Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), her complicated love life, the 12 districts, and the Capital. This book properly introduces us to District 13, which most of the citizens of the dystopian world of Panem thought was destroyed.