We’ve seen the movie twice in cinemas and no, we haven’t had our fill of Peeta, Gale and Katniss yet. But there are many ways to nurse this hangover.
Here are a few more ways you can get your dose of Panem—bow and arrow not required.
Read The World of The Hunger Games. Written by Kate Egan, the editor of The Hunger Games who also wrote The Hunger Games the Official Illustrated Movie Companion, The World of Hunger Games includes chapters on Panem, the Capitol and the districts, Katniss and the Hunger Games. With quotes from author Suzanne Collins and her beloved book and even more full-color photos from the movie, The World of the Hunger Games is a fun read for every fan. Available at National Book Store
Paint your nails. US nail polish brand released a Hunger Games collection. Called “Colors from the Capitol,” it includes 12 different shades to represent the 12 different districts. Our favorites? Smoke & Ashes (District 12), black with aqua shimmer; Riveting (District 3), a bright orange and Electrify (District 5), yellow and red glitter. Online store Digital Traincase brought in the collection for Hunger Games fans in the Philippines. Each bottle is P350. To order, visit www.digitaltraincase.com.
Crash a Hunger Games-themed wedding. Drool over the mockingjay cake and covet the bride’s bow and arrow. Visit www.buzzfeed.com/donnad/hunger-games-themed-wedding.
Make Rue’s whistle your ring tone. Download The Official Mockingjay Call ring tone from iTunes.
Get your Hunger Games Name. Go to www.vulture.com/2012/03/hunger-games-name-generator.html. We tried Jennifer Lawrence’s name—you can start calling her Orchid Yule.
Check out other people’s The Hunger Games tattoos. Some are pretty, some are crazy. Our favorite is the foot tattooed with the words: “She has no idea. The effect she can have.” Visit www.thedailybeast.com/galleries/2012/03/22/10-fanatical-hunger-games-fans-tattoos-photos.html.