The Hunger Games - Director's Cut in cinemas
Gary Ross, the director of The Hunger Games talked to Collider about his film. Within that interview, he also gave information about the final cut and the elements of the book that weren't put in.
With a runtime of almost 2.5 hours, he perceives the theatrical version as his final cut and fans shouldn't be too optimistic that there'd be a longer version later on DVD and Blu-ray.
An example of the book's subplots that didn't make it in the movie is the backstory of the Avox (Latin for "voiceless"). The Avox are servants in the capital and former rebels that suffered the punishment of getting their tongue cut out. Katniss knows one of them from earlier times.
The Hunger Games started in the US and UK on March 23rd, 2012.
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