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Where Is The Capitol in 'The Hunger Games'? People on Social Media Think It's At This Famous Event

The Capitol as seen on the Lionsgate film 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' It's canon that Panem lies somewhere in North America and could well be a stand-in for the United States. The dystopian realm in "The Hunger Games" is thought to have risen since some type of apocalyptic event that submerged the continent, but all signs point to it being present-day America.  Suzanne Collins lifted the name of her fictional world from the Latin words for "bread and circuses" (panem et circenses). Considering how the entertainment industry, specifically the gladiatorial spectacle of reality television, has become indistinguishable from daily sustenance in the States, the comparison may not be that far off.   But where would the fancy dressers of the Capitol and District 1 be? The answer looks as clear as day on the first Monday of May.  @elis___stone May all innocent souls rest in peace 🕊️ #hungergames #metgala #metgala2024 #metgalastyle #metgalaoutfits ♬

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