Now that Katniss and Peeta, from district 12, have participated in the Hunger Games and emerged victorious, they are expected to embark on a victory tour. Before the tour began, President Snow visited Katniss to let her know that he was unhappy that she broke the rules of the Hunger Games, causing Peeta to be Victor as well, as only one is allowed to survive.
Their first stop is District 11, home of Katniss's ally and friend, Rue, who died during the Hunger Games. Throughout the duration of the tour, Katniss is proposed to by Peeta in public, while the other districts are planning a revolt against the Capitol. During their visit to District 8, Katniss meets two runaways who tells her that District 13 still exists.
Later on, Katniss and Peeta, learn that the 75th annual Hunger Games is the Quarter Quell, which means that this is a Special Edition, where there is some sort of twist that makes the Games more difficult to participate in. This time the victors of the previous games are the tributes. Which means that because District 12 has only three living victors, and two are men, Katniss is going back into the arena.
Katniss Everdeen has her sights set on the box office title this weekend, and there's no realistic chance that any other movie is going to keep her from victory. The tighter race is for second place; will the winner be Thor, "The Best Man" or "Delivery Man"?
Two wildly successful movies combined this week to make the long Thanksgiving break into the most financially successful holiday movie weekend in history. But although the top two films sold a huge number of tickets, other new releases didn't fare as well.