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Random Dark Scenes That Were Left Out Of Hunger Games Movies

  • Peeta Kills Someone In The First Round Of The Games on Random Dark Scenes That Were Left Out Of Hunger Games Movies

    (#2) Peeta Kills Someone In The First Round Of The Games

    Peeta is portrayed as Katniss's less militant foil in the books and the films. This is why it is so significant in the first novel when he intentionally and knowingly murders someone.

    After the Cornucopia, Peeta teams up with the "career tributes." At one point, Peeta is sent back to finish off a girl whom Cato stabbed with a spear. Katniss watches him do it from a distance, and although he doesn't do it enthusiastically, he does do it.

    One could argue Peeta did this out of mercy, given the girl was already going to die, or as part of his long game to protect Katniss, whom he was trying to keep away from the other tributes. Both are probably a little but true, and eliminating this scene from the movie reduces both the sense of confusion Katniss initially feels about where Peeta's loyalties lie and the sense of guilt that would surely haunt the sensitive Peeta throughout the rest of the series. 

  • People Who Try To Escape The Capitol Are Killed Or Turned Into A Tongueless Avox on Random Dark Scenes That Were Left Out Of Hunger Games Movies

    (#6) People Who Try To Escape The Capitol Are Killed Or Turned Into A Tongueless Avox

    Early in the first book, Katniss and Gale watch helplessly as a young man and a red-headed girl get abducted by one of the Capitol's hovercrafts. The man is killed instantly, but not before he is impaled with a giant harpoon. More troubling is the fate of the girl who later shows up in the Capitol as an "Avox," a servant who has their tongue cut out as punishment for their crime.

    Although the Avoxes do make several tacit appearances in the films (and Katniss does make a reference to tongues being cut out at one point), we never fully understand the horror of this situation. The scene in the book makes the fate of the red-headed Avox personal, and it illustrates just how gruesome the Capitol's tactics are. 

  • Katniss Attacks Peeta After Their First Interview on Random Dark Scenes That Were Left Out Of Hunger Games Movies

    (#14) Katniss Attacks Peeta After Their First Interview

    This isn't a big one, but the book does have an edge here the movie is missing. When Peeta first talks about his "crush" on Katniss after their first interview together, the film simply shows her giving him a light push. The original Hunger Games book portrays Katniss's misunderstanding and frustration with Peeta's intentions as more extreme: she shoves him into an urn, and Peeta severely cuts his hand. 

  • Peeta Is Beaten On Live TV on Random Dark Scenes That Were Left Out Of Hunger Games Movies

    (#10) Peeta Is Beaten On Live TV

    Although Peeta does appear gaunt and broken during his latter interview in Mockingjay - Part 1, the movie is not as graphic in depicting his treatment. In both the novel and the film, Peeta breaks from his script during the interview to warn District 13 of an upcoming bomb attack. Where the book differs is that he is savagely beaten on camera in front of Katniss and all of Panem following this outburst. The movie implies he is about to be punished but stops short of showing it. 

  • The Soldiers Of District 13 Use Nightlock To Commit Suicide on Random Dark Scenes That Were Left Out Of Hunger Games Movies

    (#7) The Soldiers Of District 13 Use Nightlock To Commit Suicide

    In the movie versions of The Hunger Games, "Nightlock" exists as the poisonous berries Katniss and Peeta use to threaten to kill themselves, forcing the Capitol to spare their lives. Nightlock is also heavily implied to be responsible for the death of Seneca Crane, most likely at the hands of President Snow, who's said to have a penchant for poison. 

    What the movies don't tell you about Nightlock is that the solders of District 13 also converted it into suicide pills so they could take their own lives if captured. We never actually see one of them do it, but it it definitely counts among the many details that makes Mockingjay, the book, so dark. 

  • Katniss Becomes Deaf In One Ear on Random Dark Scenes That Were Left Out Of Hunger Games Movies

    (#13) Katniss Becomes Deaf In One Ear

    In the movie, Katniss blows up the Career Tributes' supplies at the Cornucopia and then hears a momentary ringing in her ears. In the book, blood comes out of her ear, and she's left permanently deaf on her left side. After the games, the Capitol gives her a hearing aid, which she later uses against them. 

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The Hunger Games is adapted from a series of young adult dystopian novels. The three novels in the series are popular with readers and are best-selling books. The movie is starring Jennifer Lawrence. In the hunger games, not only have to fight against various beasts but also have to kill other players, the one who survives can get a huge bonus. There are also some scenes from the original books that were left out of the movie adaptation. 

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