Check out the new teaser for Part 1 of "Hunger Games: Mocking Jay."
Hunger Games actor and professional teenager, Josh Hutcherson, had to learn the hard way that when you're famous, you can't waltz into a grocery store to buy booze, despite being a minor, and think that the world will not know -- but he did it anyway. Not to say that minors don't drink alcohol (probably shouldn't), but since Peeta didn't get hit with a "Minor in Possession" charge, he just proved that celebrities can pretty much get away with most petty crimes.
Henry River Mill Village, the town that stood in for Katniss' District 12 in The Hunger Games, is on the auction block. A mere $1.4 million will get you more than 20 buildings on 72 acres, located about 70 miles from Asheville, N.C. Property owner Wade Sheperd complains he's "getting too many visitors."