The Hunger Games has been one of the most profitable movie franchises in recent years. Now, a new interactive exhibit is set to bring the movie to life for fans around the world.
“The Hunger Games: The Exhibition” will start a global tour in the US, with two venues already announced. The first stop will be in New York City, where it will take up residency at Discovery Times Square from July 1. Tourists booking cheap apartments in the city will be amongst the first to experience this 12,000-square-foot space.
It will bring the stories and characters from the movie to life through props, costumes, interactive experiences, photography, and set re-creations. There will also be a retail store where visitors can pick up Hunger Games merchandise.
The exhibition will include seven galleries based on the franchise. These are District 12, The Capitol, Tribute Train, Making the Games, Fan Gallery, Katniss’ Journey and District 13.
Following its stop in New York, the exhibition will move to the Innovation Hangar at the Palace of Fine Arts Exhibition Hall in San Francisco in February 2016.
The Hunger Games movies have proved extremely popular, grossing more than $2.3 billion around the world. This new exhibition will extend the reach of the movie and provide fans with a truly unforgettable experience that takes them beyond the movie screen.
More information on the exhibition and future venues can be found on the official website.