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The Hunger Games DELETED SCENE ALERT! Never-Before Seen Scene Featuring Katniss & Peeta

The Hunger Games DELETED SCENE ALERT! PopSugar has an exclusive look at a deleted scene between Katniss and Peeta from The Hunger Games that we all knew was out there somewhere, thanks to movie stills we've seen throughout the years. 

All of us who know and love the books are aware that Katniss and Peeta's first, and very important, connection was when she was much younger, starving and desolate. Peeta burns the bread and throws it to Katniss, giving her hope and inspiration to go on and take care of her family. She feels as though she owes him and can't shake the connection. But in The Hunger Games film, aside from the brief flashback scene, Katniss and Peeta's first encounter with the bread is not really addressed.

But actually, it was — it's just in a deleted scene that is only now becoming available with the release of The Hunger Games: The Four Film Collection, which comes out on March 8 on Digital HD and March 22 on Blu-ray/DVD. We finally have a look at the clip, where Katniss gets to say something about the bread incident to Peeta! And we also get a glimpse of Haymitch eavesdropping on the pair, starting those booze-soaked wheels turning about how to play the game. 

What do you think of the new deleted scene? Check out everything you need to know about the The Hunger Games: The Four Film Collection in our post here (scroll down to the end the post for the lowdown).

Thanks to Real or not real News for the youtube version of the deleted scene!! 

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