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Costumes from Film 'The Hunger Games' Goes On US Tour

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Fans of the books and film, The Hunger Games will be able to get an up close and personal view of many of the costumes from the first film. The collection of original pieces worn on-screen will be touring the United States over the course of the year, and then going up for auction during The New York Comic Con scheduled for October 10-13. More than 200 items will be available. Pieces could fetch as little as $250 with more popular pieces hitting as much as $10,000 or more.

A preview of the original, screen worn costumes worn by Jennifer Lawrence as “Katniss,” Josh Hutcherson as “Peeta,” will take place at the very popular movie and television memorabilia convention, The Hollywood Show. The event features over a hundred celebrities at each of its four annual shows and will be held at The Westin Los Angeles Airport Hotel from January 11th to 13th. More than 100 Hollywood celebrities will make themselves available to fans for autographs and pictures.

Other featured costumes include pieces worn by Elizabeth Banks as “Effie,” Stanley Tucci as “Caesar,” Liam Hemsworth as “Gale,” Woody Harrelson as “Haymitch,” Lenny Kravtiz as “Cinna,” Donald Sutherland as “President Snow,” Wes Bentley as “Seneca,” and many, many more.

The second stop and official kick off tour will take place in Seattle at The Emerald City Comic Con March 1-3. The event is the largest in the Pacific Northwest and will feature celebrity visits from Patrick Stewart of Star Trek The Next Generation, Carrie Fischer from Star Wars, and many more.

Other planned events include April 11-13 C2E2 in Chicago, IL and more to be announced.  If you would like the opportunity to own one of these very special pieces you can visit Haxbee/Blacksparrow for more info.

The exhibit winds up in New York City, where ReedPOP–the largest producer of pop culture events in the world—will host a live auction at New York Comic Con. Over 200+ costumes will be on the auction block. Interested bidders will be able to bid live in-person, by telephone, via absentee, and on the Internet as facilitated by iCollector. A print catalog will be available for purchase in April.