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Catch fire when The Hunger Games sequel comes to Blu-ray next month

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire lights up Blu-ray players on March 19

| Celebrities & Entertainment News | Posted: Feb 21, 2014 10:32 am

Roadshow Home Entertainment in Australia has set a March 19th release for the second film in the Jennifer Lawrence lead book adaptation of the The Hunger Games franchise; Catching Fire which will hit retail stores in three different versions.

 

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Standard retailers will carry a one disc Blu-ray edition which features a Director's audio commentary, featurettes and deleted scenes, and a DVD version with an audio commentary and deleted scenes only. Both versions will also come equipped with an UltraViolet digital copy code.

 

However, die-hard fans will likely be keener for the two disc Blu-ray edition being released exclusively to JB Hi-Fi which which will feature an additional disc of bonus features, including a full length, in-depth behind the scenes documentary over two hours in length, in addition to the extra features found on the standard release.

 

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Released theatrically last year, Catching Fire has grossed a worldwide total of $860 million, with Australian cinema takings contributing nearly $40 million to that figure. The final book in the trilogy; Mockingjay will be split into two motion pictures, the first of which will be released in November this year and the finale later in 2015.

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