To absolutely nobody’s surprise, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 had the highest grossing movie opening day in 2014, on Friday, with an estimated $55 million in revenues. Unfortunately, that number happens to be lower than the previous Hunger Games installments; The Hunger Games impressed with $67 million on opening day, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire topped that with a $70 million opening day. We say, $55 million is still very impressive, especially being the biggest opening day of the year. It is unlikely that any movie will be able to top that before 2015 (we would guess that The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is the only film that has a chance to steal that prize).
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 follows Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence), Gale, Finnick and Beete as they go into District 13 after the destruction of District 12. Katniss becomes convinced by President Coin to act as the symbol of the rebellion for the people – a “mockingjay”. She agrees and desperately tries to do the right thing by the people while saving Peeta from the Capitol.
Did you watch the first two Hunger Games movies? If you didn’t, or just want to watch them again before heading off to the theatre and watching Mockingjay, we can tell you where to find them!
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Check out the trailer for The Hunger Games: Moickingjay – Part 1 here: