8:00 pm EDT, March 4, 2014

‘Catching Fire’ deleted scene: Finnick ties Katniss’ knot, makes us want to tie his knot

It’s taken a while, but one deleted scene from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has finally surfaced online. And it’s a good one.

In the deleted Catching Fire scene, Katniss goes to the knot tying station during training and struggles to understand how to do it despite screens offering assistance. Finnick sneaks up behind her and offers a lesson in knot tying. He has a little fun with her as well.

This scene appeared as a still leading up to the release of Catching Fire in theaters. Since they were using it in marketing (that sexy shot above where Finnick is right behind Katniss, breathing down her neck), our guess is that it was one of the last scenes cut from the movie.

Skip ahead to the 1 minute, 20 second mark in the video below to jump straight to the clip. Before it starts you can watch stars Jena Malone (Johanna) and Sam Claflin (Finnick) talk about the necessary evil of having to cut scenes from the movie.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will be released on DVD and Blu-ray this Friday, March 7 in the United States. It will include the following special features, and the DVD includes the same except for the documentary:
· “Surviving the Game: Making Catching Fire” – 9-part feature-length documentary
· Audio Commentary with Director Francis Lawrence and Producer Nina Jacobson
· Deleted Scenes
· Sneak Peek of Divergent

The other deleted scenes on the DVD are titled:
1) “The Hob Scene 8″ (21 seconds in length)
2) “Train Station Scene 62″ (23 seconds)
3) “A Wrinkle Scene 81″ (1 minute, 42 seconds)
4) “Switching Envelopes Scene 84″ (1 minute, 4 seconds)

Learn more about the home entertainment release in our previous report, or click here to head to Amazon to pre-order!

Meanwhile, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 will be released this November, and earlier today we shared with you the film’s official synopsis.

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