The Final Trailer You’ve Probably Already Seen

After a weekend only at Best Buy and lots of online leaks, the FINAL Mockingjay Part 2 trailer has hit the web officially.

The trailer has extended shots of footage seen before with some sneaks of new things (hi Johanna). We have a new impassioned plea from Katniss to “STOP KILLING FOR HIM (Snow), but we definitely understand some of the fan criticism about a lack of new footage. It’s more extensions of what we’ve already seen, but there ARE lots of new things to see within the trailer. You just need to slow things down to truly dissect them.  Also creating a sense of deja vu is the drum arrangement from this summer’s propo and featured in a lot of THG’s social edits. We wish they had chosen a different piece of music. It didn’t create the same sense of building tension that we’ve felt in other trailers.

Maybe it was the exclusionary “preview weekend,” the leaks, or the fact that there wasn’t much true build up to this trailer’s online release (it was just plopped up on YouTube at noon eastern time today without public warning) that dampened our excitement. But it’s here, and we’re glad it’s out for everyone to see. FINALLY.

No more trailer angst, please.


Fallen Snow Steals the Show

Five years ago yesterday was the publication of Mockingjay, and to celebrate Lionsgate released a new Mockingjay Part 2 banner.

MJ2 banner

It instantly gave us deja vu of Catching Fire’s “Victors Revealed” banner. Fortunately this time, the whole banner was revealed at once and not a slow 2 week ordeal of one character per day like with Victors Revealed. And yes, each of the characters suffer from a little bit of awkward photoshop placement. But the more you look at it, the more you realize the distinction between this new banner and Victors Revealed. As the title suggests, Victors Revealed was all about the characters. The arena background looked cool, but it was not meant to be the main feature of the piece, the victors were.

However, this new banner, aptly titled “Fallen Snow” is more about the background. The massive, broken statue of Snow is what draws your eye. The image of a dictator’s statue being pulled down is very evocative in the real world, but the SIZE of the statue is what takes it a bit more to the realm of fantasy. The statue threw us off guard because the scale is so large compared to Squad 541. It actually looks a little like Ant Man promotion with Katniss so tiny (yet victorious) on Snow’s arm. While lots of fans eagerly zoomed in to their favorite characters, we don’t see this as a character piece. If it were a character piece we’d be a little disappointed that other members of 541 were left missing and their overall teeny tiny size on the banner.

We see this more as a continuation of the earlier movie posters of the decapitated statue and red Katniss chillin on Snow’s throne. But now it’s not clean. Now there’s fire and smoke and ruin. This collective of small, vulnerable warriors amidst all the destruction. These tiny figures have felled a powerful giant, but at great cost.

This type of snow removal is way worse than the frozen water kind.


Is Trailer Peeta the REAL Peeta?

One subject that’s been debated in the fandom since the theatrical trailer release has been… Peeta. Because we will always want to talk about Peeta, and analyze every last detail about this character. It’s what we do. Relating to this particular debate is whether Peeta’s speech in the trailer is out of character for him (Thanks to Satsumarena for bringing this up in our Trailer Reaction post comments).

Peeta says,

Our lives were never ours. They belong to Snow and our deaths too. But if you kill him, Katniss, if you end all of this, all those deaths…they mean something.

peeta trailer 2I think the main question is whether we think Peeta would be encouraging Katniss to kill Snow at this point in the plot. Or even broader, if he would ever encourage killing Snow. Considering the blurry objects in the background, I’m assuming this is in Tigris’s basement. At this point, Peeta has struggled with the deaths that his hijacking episode helped provoke, but felt real remorse and sorrow at it. He was suicidal after this happened. This is after the “Stay with me. Always” kiss in the sewers. All of his energy is being taken up with staying in control so he doesn’t hurt any more people. He’s fighting to get back to his “Real” self in the most stressful of circumstances, but you can see the real Peeta is slowly winning that battle.

Book!Peeta tells Katniss this in Tigris’s basement

I think…you still have no idea. The effect you can have… None of the people we lost were idiots. They knew what they were doing. They followed you because they believed you really could kill Snow.

We know Francis & Co have put book quotes in the movie whenever possible. So why the change? What is it about this reworked version that’s more evocative? And does it make sense for Peeta to say?

Well, first of all, I think Trailer!Peeta’s speech fits better for a trailer, and I think it will work well in the film. And Trailer!Peeta is raising the personal stakes here a bit. When he says OUR lives, I interpret that as his and Katniss’s lives, how their lives and deaths belonged to Snow from the reaping on. And when Peeta speaks of all those deaths, there’s a cut to Finnick fighting the lizard mutts (SO heartbreakingly good there). The reworked version flows so well.

Although worded more strongly in favor of killing Snow in the movie, from the book quote above, Peeta is telling Katniss she should kill Snow for all those who have been lost. And Katniss gets it. She thinks to herself

I don’t know why his voice reaches me when no one else’s can. But if he’s right, and I think he is, I owe the others a debt that can only be repaid in one way.

And then she makes plans to kill Snow.

So what we have here is some nice reworking of the book to help us more clearly see what both Peeta and Katniss are thinking very quickly. Well done.

Movie Peeta is Real Peeta. And we can relax.



BTS and Video Clip Virgin

I haven’t seen ’em, and “’em” would be the myriad of Behind The Scenes pictures, and video clips that have been circulating the internets for the last several days. Yeah, clearly there’s something wrong with me, but the thing is– I don’t want to see ’em.

Call my crazy, but I kind of like the element of surprise, and not having to see the infamous Finnick In B8csmw4IYAA9RpIHis Undies scene on my iPhone… on Instagram, is more than a let down– dare I say it, but anti-climactic. See I’ve got this thing in this room in my home, it’s called a Blu-ray player, and it’s attached to this other thing called a High Definition Television set. And there’s this amazing thing that happens when you put this other thing, consequently called a Blu-ray disc, into the Blu-ray player. I think you might have got the idea! I’d much rather not see anything new concerning Mockingjay Part 1 in an inferior platform in comparison to the said technology that lives comfortably somewhere in my home, whereas my cell phone mostly lives in my pocket. Tiny Finnick will not do, I say! He must be at least bigger than my palm!

All that being said, I do know that releasing all these images and videos is to create buzz, and buzz is good– even though I think we all know that no matter what Lionsgate does to promote the release of Mockingjay Part 1 on disc, they’re going to make boat loads of money. BOAT LOADS.

We are moths to the flame! Bring on the release all ready, my Blu-ray player is humming at the ready!

Them There Eyes

The Ladies Of Mockingjay Get Badass

Interviews with actors are always great, but it never feels all that authentic. Reporters all have the same questions to which the actors have the same answers. There’s always a thin level of discomfort, even when things are very silly and fun.

That is why we are currently LOVING Elizabeth Banks’ ASK A BADASS segments.


See, Elizabeth Banks is actually really friends with the other Hunger Games actors. So she knows their story, their lives, the funny things they wanna talk about. There doesn’t seem to be any intimidation or fear that something uncomfortable was going to be asked. And you know what? The actors she interviews really open up to her fun, cheery chat.

First, we got a much heralded spot with Jennifer Lawrence.

Jennifer Lawrence is always light in interviews, but she had a lot of genuine fun here. She even opened up about her own meekness, something fans generally don’t see. And the reference to Aqua’s “I’m A Barbie Girl”? Well, let’s say I once owned that CD (and I was like 9).

We also learned that Elizabeth Banks handles her career like a total no-holds-barred boss, as told by JLaw. Color us impressed!

But even better than Jen’s segment, in our opinions, is Julianne Moore’s.

Julianne is usually very calm and professional during interviews. She’s got some great insights and we’re happy to hear them, but it’s really refreshing to see her get silly talking about old guys’ somewhat creepy love of Boogie Nights and her massive collection of Birkenstocks.

Mostly, we love these segments because they remind us that the whole cast is wonderfully close. It’s not just us gushing about them. They gush about each other! It’s fun to hear little fun details shared between friends and we’re seriously hoping there’s more with the rest of the cast.

Because EVERYONE In That Cast Is A Badass,
The Girl With The Pearl

Reaction Post: Mockingjay Part 1 Trailer

It’s that time again, that time where the bloggers of Victor’s Village sit down at our respective computers, and chew the fat about the trailers, and in this case it’s the final trailer for Mockingjay Part 1! Yep, the one we’ve been waiting for for about four months!


The Girl With The Pearl
: Okay, let’s start at the very beginning (a very good place to staaaaaart!)

Them There Eyes: Sew… a needle pulling Katniss around like a marionette!

JJ: Katniss’s line is fantastic.

TGWTP: Katniss is talking, and there’s these nice shots of her and Prim and Gale… and then you realize she’s pretty much face-timing with President Snow?

JJ: A big new addition to the screenplay! Snow looks so fiendish there. It’s so unnerving.

TTE: Also Jennifer Lawrence has a Sexy Lauren Bacall voice, which is über important to note.

TGWTP: I’m not sure if I like them chatting. Doubt it will ruin the movie, but it felt weeeeeird. Though the Lauren Bacall voice IS lovely. (more…)

The Capitol’s Way

It’s guest post time! We received a wonderful submission from Luly, who’s discussing why it’s okay to be critical about The Hunger Games and its promotion in the media.


“This is the Capitol’s way of reminding us how totally we are at their mercy. How little chance we would stand of surviving another rebellion. Whatever words they use, the real message is clear.” – The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins

I have been a fan of The Hunger Games for years now, like many of you. And, also like many of you, it was not the first book fandom I have been involved in. Nevertheless, my first years in the Hunger Games fandom, before we had the certainty of a movie adaptation, showed me some of the most creative and critical groups I had ever been in; which is not surprising, given that the message in this book series is clear, breathtaking and gives you so much to think about and to question from your own surroundings.

However, I feel like the spark is fading. For the past couple of years, after the huge success of the first movie, I have seen more and more examples of marketing campaigns that underestimate the audience and the books. What worries me the most, though, is the lack of critical views on these things that I see in the same fandom I previously felt so critical. I see individual discomfort on tumblr at times, I see some comments on twitter once in a while, but the severe critical perception I feel the fandom had before the first movie was released (the “they better do this right because we know this series to heart” stance) has been numbed by the sub-par yet initially appealing and distracting material that Lionsgate throws our way.

Panem et circenses.


I am by no means trying to say that this is because “the movies made the books popular” or “the fandom grew”, absolutely not. I am talking about the same fandom that, for some reason, does not sound as critical as it used to be. But I know that there are people who are. Individual fans with individual instances of opinion whose voices used to be heard but who now, for different reasons, don’t feel as much a part of the fandom as they used to. And I asked some of them what they thought, how they felt with Lionsgate’s ways to promote and handle these movies (and books) and what their worries were on that regard. These are some of their ideas.

One of the most interesting posts I saw on tumblr about Lionsgate’s missed opportunities came from stevedrogers’s blog. The post is very interesting and has many great ideas of what Lionsgate could be doing and are not. But one of my main focuses was on this “My suggestion would be a website where you are required to log in (maybe without home address and telephone number, perhaps). At the initial log in screen, you would be requested to select your district. Then, material on the website would be tailored to that district. Articles would be tailored to hide information from you. Announcements would be district specific. This would create discourse, especially on social networking sites, just like this one (I told you I believe in this sort of thing. I really do). It’d encourage screenshots and discussions about the differences and would be an interactive experience. You can’t share your experience on their current website, because it’s all the same.”

I want to stop there for a bit because when I read this great post for the first time (and I recommend you to check it out as well), that paragraph gave me memories of one of my favorite experiences that happened in this fandom: PanemOctober. I don’t think that is a coincidence but it’s the result of fans’ critical thinking asking for what these books deserve for a fan experience. The post goes further than PanemOctober did because from 2011 to today a lot has happened in the world of transmedia storytelling to add to the possibilities, but let’s remember what happened with PO: “We received a letter from Lionsgate legal department in June, two to three months after we initially contacted them, asking us to take down our websites because of a few reasons” said Gamemaster Rowan back when it happened. But soon enough, Capitol PN appeared and it was not only nothing like PO but it was also determined by a very different thing: while PO (and the more modern idea I linked from tumblr) were based on fans propelling the ideas forward and connecting with each other to complement the experience, the way Capitol PN had of selecting representatives was basically a popularity contest. I don’t want to devalue those who were Mayors of their respective Districts because they are great fans who know a lot about the books, I know more than one and I can assure that, but having a campaign of tweeting a hashtag or liking a user isn’t the same as using the creative talent fans have to help the story forward. Competition and conversation are two very different approaches.


Now, another point of view on Lionsgate’s problems on their promotion comes from elphabians “Probably the thing that’s been noted a lot is that our own media focusing so much on the love triangle is completely identical to the way the Capitol, in-verse, focuses on the love triangle. Not focusing on the idea of romantic love as opposed to sibling love, but focusing on a tragic love story that people can sympathize with, instead of acknowledging that all of this is happening, not because some teenagers fell in love, but because those teenagers are stuck in a corrupt, dystopian society that hangs them out for bait once a year and slowly bleeds everyone around them dry” and adds “The Hunger Games is a series that should punch you in the gut. It should be loud and jarring, and difficult to look at, even as the structure and the story forms itself beautifully. Because it is a beautiful story, and a good one too, but its brutal, and we collectively ignore that in favor of shouting about Team Gale or Team Peeta. Because that’s all we’re ever asked about. That’s all they give us”.

This also reminded me to a very interesting discussion we had more than once on the Fireside Chat, where the conversation on “Peeta or Gale” wasn’t really focused on “who is the best for Katniss” but in the fact that they both represent two sides of a political and social situation and how to respond to that. But that is not, as the quote clearly states, what Lionsgate and the movies choose to put forward. Another quote from this I’d like to share is the following “I dislike how it’s handled, and I dislike that we have more posters and cut-outs with Katniss/Peeta/Gale than we have of Katniss and Prim. Because Prim is more important – will always be more important. Hell, Rue is more important than both Peeta and Gale (Rue is more important than every single character in those books, except for maybe Katniss and Prim). The fandom does not focus on this, because the media, the franchise does not focus on this”. This discussion that used to be so important while talking about the books is completely dismissed now and the movies focusing on some aspects more than others doesn’t help create an instance of critical thinking. I completely agree, the way Lionsgate and the movies focus on this is similar to way the Capitol does. And that should make us extremely uncomfortable. Does it, though?


But this is not the only similarity we can point out between how the movies are being promoted and how the Capitol would, and a couple of the opinions I received talk about this. camii23 said “When The Hunger Games came out, I remember that lots of people were horrified with the premise of ‘children killing each other’, but after a while it seemed normal to talk about (…). All in all, the commercialization of the fandom or the Hunger Games universe isn’t so surprising to me, I think it’s the natural course of everything popular and that sells; what worries me is the focus. It could be used to give another message, to give more awareness on the violence of social classes and female empowerment but no, they take the shortcut and use what is more visually attractive, which is the Capitol”.

On that note, poorlifedecisionsemily said “As a fan, it’s fun to have merchandise from your fandom. Much like the fact that I have a Harry Potter wand, I can also have Hunger Games nail polish. The difference, I think, is that Harry Potter is not entirely based on the premise of society trivializing and commercializing death and inequality. (…) While this seems distasteful given the themes of the books, it is really no different than the numerous distasteful and manipulative situations in any other industry. The idealist in me sometimes wishes that they weren’t playing into exactly the type of behavior that the books critique. However, I also think that, in a way, it also brings these themes to the forefront and allows for conversations to begin about this very issue, not only in The Hunger Games franchise, but in our society in general”.

The make-up, the nail polish, the Subway campaign and the use of Capitol Couture as a form of marketing rather than any other perspective possible, makes the approach closer to what the Capitol would do and there’s no “rebellion” campaign they can come up with now (like an app or the poster of Katniss’s back) that can change these past years of using the Capitol as bait and talking more about Effie’s clothing and Katniss’s wedding dress than the underlying message of these books. These campaigns alienate the story, make it more marketable and distant, rather than close to home. Instead of relating the story with our social and political realities (and when I say that I’m talking about the entire world, since I’m not American and neither are many of the people I quoted here), it makes it look farther from us, a distant future, and that’s exactly what it shouldn’t do. What the movies (and the books) are trying to put forward and ignite, the campaigns are extinguishing.


Another element that plays into this is the clear underestimation of the fans who will receive these campaigns and their critical capacity. girasoldelluvia said on the matter “Not only the merchandising and their focus are completely opposite to the message that the books propose, but also their attitude towards the fans doesn’t make me happy. They constantly underestimate fans with a superior attitude and it seems that they want us to be grateful for every breadcrumb of promotion they give as and receive it with open arms. (…) The movies are, for lots of fans, an excuse to keep making edits, creating, relating with other fans from all over the world, share things, opinions, meta, information, and even other books and movies. But Lionsgate underestimates the power that it has and forgets that the movies were made because there are fans that read the books and wanted more”.

Thinking about fans coming together, as that quote stated, I get instantly reminded to the Victory Tour 2013. The project was conceived back in 2012 and was described as “a Hunger Games convention taking place in North Carolina in the summer of 2013, created by fans for fans. This convention will unite fans of all ages, though focusing on those 12 years and older, and will give them something to call their own”. Soon after, though, in November 2012, it was revealed that “we have been dealing with some legal issues involving the convention” and it was changed to include other books but finally, it turned into an online convention. The thing is that, if you google Victory Tour 2013, you’re probably not going to find this exclusively, because Lionsgate came out with its own “Victory Tour 2013”, which was nothing like this convention for fans but the cast (or part of it) appearing in some locations in USA, much like the actual Victory Tour the Capitol did in the books. I couldn’t find the exact quote on what the “legal issues” were, but at the time it reminded me of what happened with PanemOctober: Fans coming up with amazing integrative activities for other fans and Lionsgate turning their back to them to do their own thing. If you ask me, it sounds like yet another missed opportunity.


When it comes to past questions that are not discussed anymore, one that I was reminded of by asking fans their problems with the franchise came from gilbertbythe: “While I liked the THG movies, I admit I had problems with the casting that prevented me from fully enjoying the films” and adds “I interpreted the battle between the districts and the Capitol as a somewhat symbolic act of an uprising between the marginalized groups against the oppressors in our current society. But maybe that’s just me. I just think it’s such a wasted opportunity. Lionsgate could’ve had a POC female lead to give the story much more meaning but then I remember that white washing is prevalent in Hollywood and casting a POC might ‘ruin’ a franchise that has the potential to rival other popular franchises. Of course, profit is much more important than POC representation to them anyway”.

This is an argument that I did hear more than once yet I also recall many people dismissing these arguments as “fans being against Jennifer Lawrence personally”, or “complaining too much” rather than presenting a valid critic to the casting choices that were and still are problematic. It isn’t really about complaining or about Jennifer Lawrence’s acting abilities, it’s about why we forget the things that used to worry us and settle with what is given to us, like a comment I already quoted said, “with open arms”.

Now, what I want for this article to do is to make you, the reader, ask yourself questions. Or, more importantly, remember the questions you once asked yourself while reading these books and that you may have forgotten. I don’t want you to take this and adopt it unquestioningly, I don’t even want you to agree with me or with the people giving their opinion here; I want you to ask, to think and to actively criticize what is being offered to you right now. Not just that there hasn’t been yet a trailer of Mockingjay Part 1, or that it will be less than 2 minutes long, or that the App is not what you expected, but dig deeper. Remember what these books brought to you and apply that; ask yourself, is this the kind of fandom we deserve? Is this the kind of franchise these books should be? All I want is to re-ignite that spark that used to be there back when the first movie was announced: the spark of questions, of criticism, of activity. This is just a glimpse of some of the views that are out there and I wanted to give them a place to be heard. What about you? What do you think?


1 Minute, 45 Seconds

We all really got our hopes up that there was FINALLY a trailer yesterday, but instead we got a countdown to a trailer. Better than nothing, right? The trailer is still coming and while we’ll admit that our enthusiastic nature has waned during the waiting game, we know we’ll be psyched once we actually see it.

We got one good still from three seconds of footage, at least!

We got one good still from three seconds of footage, at least!

However, the news about the trailer that came out that day was pretty bummerific too.

First, the news that the trailer was only going to be 1 minute 45 seconds long.

Yes, NATO guidelines state trailers can’t be longer than 2 minutes after October 1 and this trailer will play in theaters after that time. So we looked up a ton of other movies coming out in November– because all of them already have trailers at this point, some for months. While many of them have a trailer that’s less than two minutes, almost all of them also have a trailer that is MORE than two minutes. Because most movies introduce at least two trailers, one of which is “international” and doesn’t have to strictly adhere to NATO guidelines as long as it makes theaters in the rest of the world happy (which is apparently easier.)

Which brings us to point two: An international distributor let it spill yesterday that this would be the FINAL trailer, then backtracked a bit and said it was the only “full” trailer. What does that mean? Ohhh.. THIS IS THE LONGEST TRAILER WE ARE GOING TO GET. And probably the only one, because non-full trailers will likely = that 1 minute teaser we already got and 30 second TV spots.




*briefly meditates* Okay… okay… I think I can talk about it some more.

It’s really hard not to get bummed. We love Lionsgate for bringing The Hunger Games to the screen. But when you have a campaign THIS BIG and it gets delayed and whittled down to as little as possible, it isn’t fun anymore for the fans. Just like Merida up there, it gets us frustrated because we’re being sold short.

Yes, we’re going to see that movie no matter what the advertising, essentially. WE’LL GIVE YOU OUR MONEY. In return, can you give us more promotional footage than say, Dumb and Dumber To? We think we deserve that much for all the amazing records, attention, and profit we’ve given your company over the past couple years. Just sayin’.

“Shut Up And Take My Money” Is a Meme, Not A Suggestion,

The Girl With The Pearl

Behind The Mockingjay (Literally)

*blinks* Did we… did we just get Punk’d?

Starting late yesterday evening, international distributors started hinting that something would be happening today. It was something, all right, but not something that was saw coming by any means!

Namely, it was this:



Sort of. We can’t confirm that it’s Jennifer Lawrence and not a body double, but we’d like to believe it’s our leading lady.

Still, we don’t know how we feel about this.

If this poster was released three months ago, it would have been OUR JAM! Katniss’ Mockingjay suit is GOR-GE-OUS and fierce and breaks our hearts into a thousand little Cinna shaped pieces. Are feather shoulder pads going to be a new fashion statement? We hope so! The poster continues with the wonderful theme of Katniss going against the grain– She looks right when everyone looks left in The Hunger Games posters, then stands when everyone else sits in Catching Fire posters. Facing away from the camera is also a nice metaphor for her reclusive nature and even more extreme struggles with PTSD in Part 1.

But it’s not June. It’s September. At this point in the game, we at least want to see Katniss’ anxiety and haunting memories and reluctant strength on her face. Build-up and anticipation is great in the right doses, but we’re overdosing on that anticipation over here!

There’s a reason Apple products advertise a program called Face Time and not Back-of-the-Skull Time (besides the fact that it would be really uncomfortable to keep twisting your arm behind your head to get a proper shot): All humans speak the language of facial expressions, the eyes are the window to the soul, aaaaaand so on! Katniss’ soul is being denied its window, dammit! FREE KATNISS!

But with the poster reveal also came the notification to expect something on September 10th! THERE’S MOOOOOAR! We’re hoping we can finally get more than yet another tease at that time, but we have no clue. As long as it’s not a “Katniss turns around” poster six days later because we would legitimately just start weeping in frustration at the point.

“I’m So Tired, Katniss”
The Girl With The Pearl

The Mockingjay: There’s An App For That

So remember when Victor’s Village and a bunch of other sites got a load of mysterious photos with the Mockingjay symbol all over them? We found out what that’s all about! And it’s… an app!

Yes, yes, yes.. it’s a little underwhelming, all things considered. As a fandom, we wan every hint out there to be leading to either a trailer or something that lets us interact with the cast. Mostly a trailer. But NOT EVERYTHING CAN BE A TRAILER. And maybe someday, we’ll kinda sorta learn that.

We briefly perused the “Our Leader The Mockingjay” app and learned a few things!

First, Our Leader The Mockingjay wants bright, even surfaces on which to stick her mark. It can’t just go anywhere. The rebels have STANDARDS, dammit! So in order to get that rebellious Mockingjay out in the open, we stuck it on the first surface that the scanner accepted in a small, poorly lit home.

Ladies and gentlemen, we present… The MockingToilet!


We would have gone around marking the Mockingjay on all our random shizz, but– as those of you who have already used the app may have noticed– we took a screenshot instead of saving this baby.

There’s a reason for that: When you save and share your OLTM image, it also allows people nearby to see your location. You can see theirs as well, but they don’t even have to create an image in order for them to see yours first. That’s right… If you’re taking and sharing photos in a private space, you are giving other people permission to stalk you. Take your pics in a public, common, perhaps even touristy place that will NOT lead them to your home or very close to it. Stranger danger!

Alternatively, you can do what this fan did… besides make us feel second-hand embarrassment and laugh so hard we almost peed ourselves a little.


This method is always an option, but probably not very useful to someone who feels like tracking you down anyway.

You got your warnings, so now GO GET THE APP.

Overall, we’re glad that the rebellion side of things is starting to pick up as we get closer and closer to release day (THREE MONTHS, GUYS!) We would have preferred a propo, but maybe that will happen the next time we get teased about something big? Maybe? Maybe? Pleeeeeease?

Too Bad You Missed Out On The MockingSink, The MockingToes, and The MockingDog,
The Girl With The Pearl