When you get down to brass tacks, Lord of the Rings was a glorified trip back to Jared.
Well, that's probably not what The Hunger Games' official Twitter account meant.
To mark that there are only 100 days left until the most recent and final Hunger Games movie, Mockingjay Part 2, releases into theaters, the social media team for the Jennifer Lawrence-led franchise tweeted out this poster early on Aug. 14.
There is something pretty dirty, most likely accidentally, hidden within this poster.
Do you see it?
We're not going to tell you exactly what it is, but we can give you a hint.
It's somewhere in this vicinity:
And before you say that it's just our minds stuck in the gutter, the post has already been deleted off of the Twitter account's activity. Luckily, the Internet never forgets.
Tomorrow's another day and they'll probably learn from this graphic design mistake.
Warning: Graphic turkey violence.
Did you ever wonder how they choose which turkey gets pardoned by the president?
A bloody farm fight to death obviously.
"Gobble Games" - featuring a "cameo' by Obama - imagines a world where tribute turkeys need to tear each other apart for their freedom.
Remember their sacrifice as you're stuffing yourself with them this week.
Students protesting the military coup in Thailand have adopted Katniss' 3-fingered salute from Hunger Games, and "The Capitol" is not happy.
The military-controlled government has banned the gesture, and a movie chain has cancelled all screenings of the latest film "Mockingjay" as a result of the protests and, reportedly, pressure from the police.
Five students were arrested at a speech this week by Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-O-Cha (Thailand's President Snow), wearing shirts that read "Don't Want a Coup."
Chan-O-Cha is denying any involvement in the screening cancellations. He also says he isn't phased by the salute, but warns them all - in a very creepy Snow-like fashion - that this might "jeopardize their futures."
Maybe the government should spend more time watching the movies themselves to learn that trying to silence the people is probably not going to end very well for them.
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."