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#8 Fireside Chat: It's Kind of a Dystopian Story - Part 2

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In Episode 8 of Fireside Chat, in addition to representatives from some of the top fan sites on the web, our expert panel includes Natalie Zutter, Associate Editor at Crushable.com, Kat Rosenfield of MTV's Hollywood Crush blog, and Ariel Birdoff, children's publishing expert and lead singer of Madam Pince and the Librarians. We kick off the show with a discussion of the latest movie news, dissecting the now-famous Entertainment Weekly cover and weighing in on all the recent casting decisions. We are then joined by sports writer and Hunger Games enthusiast Susan Shan and It's Kind of a Funny Story author Ned Vizzini, whose essay "Reality Hunger" appears in The Girl Who Was on Fire. We conclude with a discussion about Lenny Kravitz as Cinna after reacting in real-time ("Oh my god!" "Are you joking!?" "WHAT!!!???") to the surprising announcement.

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