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-Hunger Games Theme Parks? It's possible. Lionsgate has been approached about the idea. Anyone else think this would be a weird theme park idea? Have these people even read the books??

-From Cynopsis News: Netflix and Disney announced a deal for Marvel to develop four live-action series featuring Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage in association with ABC Television Studios. The agreement calls for a minimum of four 13-ep series to air exclusively on Netflix beginning in 2015, leading up to a miniseries programming event. Disney purchased Marvel in 2009 and already has content from the brand on its own outlets, including  Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.on ABC. 

-Here's a sneak peek at the new USPS Harry Potter stamps.

The Divergent trailer is here! What do you think? Who else is excited??


  1. I was terrified of what I would see in the Divergent trailer, but now I can't wait!!!!

    And a Hunger Games these park???? I'll pass.

  2. Well, they already have "Hunger Games Camp" so an amusement park isn't that out of the realm of possibility, I suppose. This is the full article about the camp:

  3. Hunger Games? What would you do? Not my idea of fun! Lol

  4. Oh and the trailer looks so awesome!!!!!


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