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'Mockingjay Part 1' Original Soundtrack Tracklist Revealed 

Today was a busy day for the Mockingjay Part 1 Soundtrack! Soon after the debut of the new track from the album, "This Is Not A Game" by The Chemical Brothers (featuring Miguel and Lorde) - listen HERE - the iTunes UK store posted the Mockingjay Part 1 Original Soundtrack tracklist and pre-order. 


1. Meltdown by Stromae (ft. Lorde, Pusha T, Q-Tip & HAIM)
2. Dead Air by CHVRCHES
3. Scream My Name by Tove Lo
4. Kingdom by Charli XCX (ft. Simon Le Bon)
5. Track 5 by Various Artists
6. Lost Souls by Raury
7. Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde
8. The Leap by Tinashe
9. Plan the Escape by Bat for Lashes
10. Original Beast by Grace Jones
11. Flicker (Kanye West Rework) by Lorde
12. Animal by XOV
13. This Is Not A Game by The Chemical Brothers (ft. Miguel & Lorde)
14. Ladder Song by Lorde


As you can see, the disc is to be released on November 17th. And pretty much every single rumored artist is actually on the album: Kanye, Grace Jones, Charlie XCX, and Simon Le Bon. Score 1 for rumors. And WHAT is track #5 - we're pretty sure it's the a capella track "The Hanging Tree" by Jennifer Lawrence and The Lumineers.

We'll update with the US iTunes links as soon as they're live. 

Thanks to our friends at who found it first!! 


District Voices Episode 1 - District 8’s Resourceful Style

Episode 1 of Capitol TV's new series, District Voices is now LIVE! We're pretty stunned at the production quality and creativity that went into this new collaboration between Lionsgate and Google. 

Check out Rob and Corinne from Threadbanger, I mean District 8:

Who knew Peacekeeper uniforms were so versatile? Discover another side to District 8 with Rob & Corinne, as they demonstrate the many possibilities for excess textile materials and resins, only on CapitolTV.


New from the 'Mockingjay Part 1' Soundtrack - The Chemical Brothers (feat. Miguel & Lorde) - "This Is Not A Game" 

A new song from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Soundtrack debuted today on BBC Radio 1. "This is Not a Game" by The Chemical Brothers featuring Miguel and Lorde. 

Check it out and tell us what you think in the comments! 



Francis Lawrence on 'Mockingjay Part 1' in Sci Fi Magazine 

Sci Fi Magazine's Tara Bennett interviewed Mockingjay Part 1 director Francis Lawrence and producer Nina Jacobson for a really interesting feature in the December issue. The entire team has been SO tight-lipped about MJ1, this is probably the most anyone has gotten out of either of them about the film so far.

Francis Lawrence on their altered approach to Katniss' vulnerability in Mockingjay Part 1: 

We had already been shooting for about five weeks when Catching Fire was released, and you could see and feel the reaction people had to the end of the movie. It affected our approach to her character and her state of mind. Although she is damaged, it's about modulating the right kind of damage so you still have some of that fierce determination, anger, and suspicion. It's balancing all of that with fragility because there's not much fragility in that look at the end of Catching Fire, so it was about finding the nuance of her damagedness. I have to say Part 1 was probably one of the most complex movies I've done in terms of tracking a character's emotional state. It's so specific, and you have to be so careful not to go down the wrong path. It would be so easy for the fine tuning of the performance to go off - not because of anybody's fault - but it's literally making the right choices to go down the right path. But I think Jen did a great job and I'm really pleased. 

Lawrence on Suzanne Collins' complete approval and participation in any changes they made to the Mockingjay narrative:

We had to do a lot of Coin creation with Suzanne, the writer, and also with Julianne Moore. [Suzanne] is filled with tons of back story on people and mythological elements, so there's so much information. While I was shooting Catching Fire, she and I would sit down on weekends and go through [Mockingjay]. We broke out the book together and she wrote outlines while working with Peter Craig, who did the majority of work on the scripts. She's always up for the expansion, which is fun, and I think she gets a kick out of imagining things that are happening alongside the books." 

Lawrence is careful what he reveals about how much we'll see of Peeta and Johanna in The Capitol:

We played around a little bit with how much we see of what's happening to them. I think we've landed on something that feels right to me. We definitely shot more than we used.  

He's also - obviously - not going to give up where that MJ1 & MJ 2 split will happen but says:

[Both films] say something different and that's one of the reasons that the split works. I think they are two distinct stories within a larger story so thematically, each one's a little different. It was about figuring out where that end is for Part 1 that tells the story properly. That gives us a range and, within that range, we played around with where exactly it is, and for what effect, but I'm really happy with the way Part 1 ends.  


There's SO much more in the article, including what Nina Jacobson has to say, so be sure to go and pick up a copy! The December issue of Sci Fi Magazine is on newsstands now. There is no digital issue avaialble for Sci Fi - we found ours at Barnes and Noble.  


Lionsgate and Google Partner for District Voices

Lionsgate is teaming with Google to introduce DISTRICT VOICES, the latest campaign in Google’s Art, Copy & Code project to promote The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, the two companies announced today.  

Debuting TODAY at 1pm PT/4pm ET, the premiere episode of CapitolTV’s 5-part DISTRICT VOICES series arrives in style from District 8 with an imaginative crafting demonstration from the textile district’s Rob Czar & Corinne Leigh, co-helmers of the DIY fashion-craft YouTube channel ‘Threadbanger’, who make fashionable use of all that excess Peacekeeper armor. Then…

TUESDAY - District 2:

Experience the pride & power one must possess to join the ranks of the Capitol's noble Peacekeeper force, featuring tutelage and insight from District 2's Senior Peacekeeper Training Officer Shane Fazen, of the instructional MMA & self-defense instruction YouTube channel ‘fightTIPS’.

WEDNESDAY - District 5:

Venture deep into District 5’s ‘Coriolanus Nine’ power facility to join Chief Energy Researcher Derek Muller, known for his mind-blowing experiments and scientific discussions on YouTube channel ‘Veritasium’, as he shows us how Panem manages its electricity needs.

THURSDAY - District 9:

Join us for a hearth-warming baking how-to from the Grain District's Jimmy Wong & Ashley Adams, best known for their ‘Feast of Fiction’ cooking channel, celebrating Panem’s most cherished victor; Peeta Mellark!

FRIDAY - District 6:

The season concludes with YouTube’s 'iJustine’ (Justine Ezarik). Serving as District 6's liaison to the Capitol, Justine brings her signature enthusiasm to CapitolTV with an exclusive glimpse at the driving force that proudly supports the transportation needs of Panem’s vaunted Peacekeepers.


Tune in at 4pm ET each day this week for a new episode of DISTRICT VOICES and explore life in the districts with CapitolTV and your favorite YouTube creators.