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Just days before the release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 in theaters, an information sheet coming from a movie theater surfaced online and reveals that a Catching Fire logo will be released in front of the final Twilight installment.

The photo of the information sheet first surfaced on Tumblr, then was brought to light by The Examiner. Though both sources say that this could be a Catching Fire “teaser trailer,” we’d like to point out that the piece of paper merely saysCatching Fire logo reveal.” In addition, we’ve noticed that no Catching Fire trailer has appeared on the Canadian or British film board rating websites, both of whom always have ratings information about trailers prior to their release.

The piece of paper in question:

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire logo may be revealed this Friday.

We’ve reached out to Lionsgate who have no comment about this news. We’ll have to see what Friday brings us, if anything. If you can’t wait until then, see this Hunger Games: Catching Fire logo revealed in September.

What do we know for sure will run in front of Breaking Dawn – Part 2? Trailers for Warm Bodies, The Host, and The Mortal Instruments. All but the last of those three trailers are already online (see links).

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 opens in theaters this Friday. Many theaters are hosting early screenings at 10 PM on Thursday. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is currently filming in Atlanta, Georgia and opens in theaters November 22, 2013.

(Pictured above: Catching Fire movie fan art)

  • http://twitter.com/SofMarie93 Sofia Thomas

    Oh my goodness, YES!

  • http://forgiveyourmind.tumblr.com/ Tariq

    They just need to buy that fan art and make it official because it’s too epic to not be on the official posters.

    • Kristen Kranz

      Agreed. That logo is fabulous.

  • http://www.eigakanthemovietheater.blogspot.com Jenny Leigh

    May it find its way to the internet!!!!! :)

  • emgmpg

    Let me guess… This logo is going to be the arrow, on fire?!?! Lucky guess…

  • Brandon

    Of course the Canadian or British film board won’t have it because it isn’t technically a trailer. It’s not necessary since there’s nothing to rate other than a logo along with a date. It’s most likely supposed to be a surprise.

  • http://www.facebook.com/isak.kohaly Isak Kohaly

    File size: 132 GB. That’s what I call high definition

  • sloggster

    well ive never heard of a studio releasing an animated logo a la the hunger games’ flaming mockingjay pin. sounds to me like a short teaser would be attached… just showing Katniss sitting in her living room, cutting to black, and hearing “I’m going back to the arena”, and then showing the new logo would be PLENTY for me! that would be awesome!!!

  • http://twitter.com/akacj7 Caroline J.

    no way they’ve got enough polished material for a teaser trailer. they’re still in the thick of filming.

    • Josh

      it’s not a real teaser trailer. people are getting mixed up. they’re just revealing the logo.

      • Savanah


        (and if they really wanted to, they COULD release a teaser trailer. The footage should be ready. The only thing they really haven’t filmed – that we know of- is the arena, which would need heavy CGI anyway. The rest shouldn’t require too much.)

      • http://twitter.com/akacj7 Caroline J.

        that’s basically what i’m trying to say. they’ve barely been filming long enough to release a teaser. a promotional logo is about all they likely have time for at this point.

  • Savanah

    Was this the sheet given out by the studios to the individual movie theaters?

    Haha, shouldn’t it say THE Hunger Games?!

  • awwyea

    I bet its going to be the animated bird and the ticking of a clock in the background.

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