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The Hunger Games Capitol Website-What Could It Be?

So if you watched the teaser of The Hunger Games movie, you may have noticed an interesting hashtag in the corner of the screen at the end that said "#whatsmydistrict" Well, of course I was intrigued. So checking it out on Twitter brought me to this Capitol website.



Not much so far, but I believe it's a picture of the Capitol seal. And if you start to follow The Capitol PN on Twitter, you'll see some interesting (and even a bit creepy!) tweets! Asking everyone to report to the Capitol for the games? Scary but also cool! So what do you think is in store? Will you sign up? And what could the website be?

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  1. Hmm, you are right...definitely a little creepy, but really cool! I'll have to keep following it

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  2. Awesome! Yeah, of course I signed up! What fun! Can't wait for the movie! AAAAHHHHHHHHHH! :D

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  3. Oh VERY cool! Maybe a bit creepy but still fun, right? ;O)

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  4. The capitol's tweets are creepy cool-it does add a nice effect though and makes it seem like they really are controlling something! But now I have two websites to wait for-this and Pottermore!!

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  5. I went on and found out I'm from District 3, but it hasn't done much more. Can't wait to see what else they have planned for it.

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