"Meow the odds be ever in your favor!" The Pet Collective casts cats in the roles of Katniss Everdeen and the other beloved characters from "The Hunger Games."
Thirteen Doctors. Only one can survive. What will happen when "Doctor Who" enters the "Hunger Games" arena?
It's movie tie-in season. Thankfully, Hunger Games: Catching Fire - Panem Run is more than just Temple Run: Katniss Edition.
An ingeniously insane promotion from Google and Snickers suggests to those guilty of misspellings that they're probably hungry, rather than uneducated.
Or: Katniss goes to FarmVille! Originally a Facebook game, this updated iOS version brings new content based on the upcoming movie sequel, "Catching Fire."
Which, of course, doesn't mean that CEO Marc Benioff wouldn't like to make life miserable for his rivals like Box and Asana.
This weekend's hot movie debut, "The Hunger Games," has all the makings of a Hollywood blockbuster--an A-list cast and a proven storyline. It's based on a best-selling book series in which the heroine has to fight to the death to provide food for her community. But what it also has going for it is innovative promotion and publicity, through social Web sites like Facebook and Twitter. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
A brilliant but disconcerting Tumblr blog captures the embarrassing side effects of a Facebook search engine that finds odd factoids hidden in plain sight.
This "teaser" game tests your running, jumping, and shooting skills. It gets old fast, but it sure is fun while it lasts.
For months, fans of the "Hunger Games" books have been tracking the film's making online. CNET's Kara Tsuboi looks at the social-media marketing campaign. Will it help create a blockbuster?