Silver. Gold. It’s all shiny!
Complaint #7 – Wasn’t it written that the cornucopia was gold?
TFGeekGirl, TheFandom.Net – I don’t think the cornucopia being gold is important to the story. Suzanne Collins could’ve easily said the silver cornucopia and it wouldn’t have mattered. Another possibility is that silver just looks better on film than gold, however, that’s just speculating on my part. BTW, the cornucopia design was inspired by the work of famous architect Frank Gehry, which is a a really fascinating tidbit, if you’re at all into architecture. I rather liked how it looked.
Aldrin, DownWithTheCapitol – The cornucopia was indeed gold in the book, but I personally think that would have looked like an eyesore in the movie. I personally prefer the movie cornucopia and think that the darker and futuristic look is more aesthetically pleasing.
Courtney, WelcomeToDistrict12.com – Welcome to moviemaking, where they take creative juices to build upon ideas and make them TOTALLY AWESOME.
Tanvi, Hunger Games Network - I was actually a little disappointed. No golden horn. The color and the shape were all wrong. But can you imagine that spectacular Cato and Peeta scene atop the Cornucopia if it was different? Now pick one – golden horn or Cato and Peeta? I thought so.
Stacy, Girls in the STACKS – Really? Does it matter? The cornucopia is symbolic, it represents abundance and nourishment. The color itself is not important.
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