Just when the tributes thought the Arena couldn't get any worse, someone went and added T-Rexes.
"Katniss, look — a Brachiosaurus! Katniss, are you getting this? Maybe the Hunger Games won't be so bad after all."
Dinosaurs are suprisingly spry for their size. Perhaps they derive their boundless energy from all of the human flesh they consume.
"Not those dudes, you bonehead. The dinosaurs. The dinosaurs want to make a meal out of you."
Wait for it...
C'mon, Katniss. Use your head. Dinocroc could make a meal of you in less time than it takes for Gale to make us melt with his dreamy blue eyes.
"Now, what's this woman saying? A hybrid what? You made something worse than Dinocroc? Girl, stop."
Sorry, Gale. Normally, we trust you implicitly. But these super-rex-velociraptor-saurs look pretty hardcore. Kat's badass, but can you ever really beat a genetic resurrection? With giant teeth, no less?
Sometimes, getting over a fear takes a leap of faith. Apparently, getting away from a super-secret hybrid dinosaur from hell involves jumping over a cliff into waters in which Dinocrocs may potentially dwell.
It's only natural. Plus, the tribute pool has to be drained somehow, right? Going by way of a deadly extinct killer is a pretty cool legacy.
The Hunger Games would not be complete without a terrifying chase of some sort. Any Jurassic Park movie would not be complete without a terrifying chase of some sort. Heretofore, when Jurassic World is the arena, there will be liberal terrifying chases involving Peeta, Katniss and prehistoric harbingers of doom.
Still, if Katniss gets a hold of her bow and arrow, Gale has his gun and Peeta has all the unrequited love in his heart, we imagine the Hunger Games trio could kick some serious dinosaur ass. Sorry, velociraptors — these tributes might send you back to District, uh, Zero?
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