Microsoft's IE Team Brings You 'The Hunger Games Explorer'
Article by George Norman
On 15 Apr 2013
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) team recently rolled out 'The Hunger Games Explorer', an online hub that’s packed full of content related to the upcoming 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.'

The second movie in The Hunger Games trilogy, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”, is set to be rolled out to the public on the 22nd of November. To give us a taste of what’s to come, production company Lionsgate has recently rolled out a trailer for the movie. You can view it right here on FindMySoft, below. Enjoy!

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November 22 is quite a long time away. To help up pass the time, Lionsgate teamed up with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team and with RED Interactive Agency and together they created The Hunger Games Explorer, a futuristic content portal that provides the latest info on the upcoming movie. An interactive, rich online experience will delight fans of The Hunger Games from all corners of the world.

“We have the best fans in the world, and starting tonight they have a home on the web where they can be a part of The Hunger Games experience and contribute to the excitement for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” said Danielle De Palma, senior vice president digital marketing, Lionsgate. “The Hunger Games Explorer is not only a place for fans to spark the conversation around Catching Fire, it is also a destination for us to continue to provide fans with new content, experiences and unprecedented behind the scenes access.”

'The Hunger Games Explorer – Main Features
  • Trailers, exclusive videos, photos of the cast, and other official content from Lionsgate.
  • The visitor can manipulate the site and customize the experience as he sees fit.
  • The website takes full advantage of multi-touch technology.
  • Interact and engage in conversations with other fans.
Get stared with 'The Hunger Games Explorer' by following this link.



If you want to learn more about it, check out this behind the scenes page.





Tags: Microsoft, Internet Explorer, Lionsgate, RED Interactive Agency, The Hunger Games, The Hunger Games Explorer
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