How to Make Your Own Hunger Games Movie (Without the Hunger Games Theme Song)

The Hunger Games franchise is the latest blockbuster film to use the Hunger games theme song, but not the only one.

Game of Thrones, which uses the theme song in its season five premiere, uses “You’ll be Happy” as its theme song.

In an interview with IGN, the Hunger Game composer for Thrones said that he’s been listening to the song for a few years, and it’s become his “favorite tune.”

He says that he doesn’t want to use a song that “sounds like it was written by a 15-year-old.”

“I would love to make a new Hunger Games movie that’s based on this theme,” he told IGN.

“But I just don’t think I could ever do that.”

He also added that the movie could take place during or after the events of the original film.

The music will be used in the game, but the original theme song will not.

“It’s not a ‘What do you think of the Hunger?’ kind of song,” he said.

“I think it’s more of an ‘What would you do if you were in this situation?'”

The new Hunger games movie will not use the theme.

It will instead be inspired by the HBO series’ popular Game of Thrones series, which follows a fictional country in the Northern Hemisphere that has a few of the same elements as Westeros.

However, Thrones will not be using the song as it’s currently used in other TV shows, including The Sopranos, Dexter, and Mad Men.

It’s unclear if Thrones will be using “You’re a Star” as well.

“There are a few songs that are used in The Soprano and Madmen,” he explained.

“That’s not part of the current Hunger Games.”

Thrones season five premieres on May 24 on HBO.

Cardinals’ Ryan Braun plays in first career game as he continues rehab

The Arizona Cardinals are getting back on the field after a two-week absence from the game as they continue rehabbing left shoulder injuries suffered during the team’s season opener.

The team on Monday signed outfielder Ryan Braun to a minor league contract, the team announced.

Braun is the first player to be designated for assignment by the Cardinals since Chris Johnson in 2011.

Braun played the final four games of the season before returning to the minors and finishing the season with a .275 average and 13 home runs in 58 games.

The 25-year-old Braun was in the majors for just one year, but played just 23 games last season due to injuries.

He missed the final month of the regular season with an oblique strain and did not play in any of the Cardinals’ playoff games.

Braun missed just one game in 2015, hitting .208 with a career-high nine home runs.