In the prequel, we learn that Tigris is actually Snow's cousin. After losing both of their parents in the war, Snow and Tigris live with their grandmother as they struggle to survive without any income. Read more
Tigris Snow is the cousin of Coriolanus Snow and an old acquaintance of Cressida and Plutarch Heavensbee who resides in the Capitol. She was a prized stylist in the earlier editions of the Hunger Games.
Tigris was a minor character that first appeared in the Mockingjay book, which in turn opened the door for the character's debut in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 with actress Eugenie Bondurant. ... Shockingly enough, The Ballad of Songbird and Snakes revealed that Tigris was the older cousin of President Snow.
'The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes' review: more than just President Snow's origin story. Long before Katniss Everdeen made her mark in The Hunger Games by volunteering to participate in the Games in the place of her younger sister, Coriolanus Snow makes his own mark on Panem.
He married Julia Pompey but their marriage was loveless. It was suggested by many that he poisoned his wife because she tried to kill him and take their sons place.
Sadly, they all died before the second war. But when Coin (Lucy) died she was Happy, because she got to see them again. There is an implication in Chapter Twenty-Three of The Hunger Games that Lucy survived and returned to live in District 12: That's right.
Lucy Gray is the mother of President Coin. ... That child was a daughter, who grew up to be President Alma Coin. Lucy Gray told her daughter about her experiences with Snow, which is one of the reasons (aside from the dictatorship) Coin hated Snow so much.
In the meadow, Lucy Gray mentions the Katniss roots. Although the aquatic plant has another name Lucy Gray prefers to call them Katniss. It is after this plant that Katniss was named. Lucy Gray and the Covey live near the Seam.
Celestia Snow is President Snow's granddaughter. She is the younger sister of Agrippina and the daughter of Julianus Snow and Drusilla Snow.
The 70th Hunger Games was the Hunger Games that took place four years prior to the start of the series. These Games were won by Annie Cresta, the female District 4 tribute.
Katniss indirectly mentions Lucy Gray in the first Hunger Games book as the first victor of District 12. Lucy Gray is the only member of the Covey to have both their given name and color from a ballad. Despite gray being a dull color, she loved color the most out of anyone else.
Zendaya (As Lucy Gray Baird):
Near the end of the movie, it finally happens. As they're saying goodbye, Effie and Haymitch plant a big wet one on each other. ... Hayffie (Haymitch + Effie) appears to be a thing. But it turns out there's something about that big moment you probably didn't know: It wasn't even in the script.
In the prequel, we learn that Tigris is actually Snow's cousin. After losing both of their parents in the war, Snow and Tigris live with their grandmother as they struggle to survive without any income.
Lucy Gray Baird is the first name called out first for the District 12 reaping, as her mentor-to-be, 18-year-old Coriolanus Snow, watches on screen. But she's not like the other coal miner's children. Lucy's wearing a ruffled rainbow dress; she's made up her face, posing for the camera the moment it finds her.
Cashmere and her brother Gloss were both described as being classically beautiful. ... It is implied that Cashmere shared a resemblance to another District 1 tribute, Glimmer, with her green eyes and flowing blonde curls, though this may be because in District 1 this is fairly common.
It is revealed by Finnick Odair that he poisoned his allies, as he believes that they would become future foes, but he had to drink the poison as well so that he wouldn't attract suspicion. Even though he took antidotes, the poison caused permanent sores inside his mouth that never healed.
The victor of the 66th Hunger Games is Jackson Spidell at age 15. He is fromDistrict 10 as well.
8 Caesar Flickerman's Ancestor Was the First-Ever Hunger Games Host. ... Lucky Flickerman hosts the 10th annual Hunger Games, the first of the games to feature a host. RELATED: The Hunger Games: 10 Things That Make No Sense About The Games. He is a lot like Caesar but with more magic tricks and less confidence.
She's a member of the Covey, she says, a nomadic group of people who are primarily singers and dancers. While enjoying a day in the woods with Lucy and her fellow Covey, she and Coriolanus have a brief debate about whether the Capitol actually does anything for the Districts.
No. He didn't “love” her. He was infatuated with her, that's why he avoids his feelings. And it lasted only for a short time.
President Coriolanus Snow is the main antagonist of Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games trilogy. He is the tyrannical President of Panem (North America after the apocalypse).
Before Katniss is sent to his assassination, President Snow informs her that it was President Coin who set off the bombs that killed her sister, not him. ... As a result, a riot ensues, and President Snow is later found dead either by choking on his own blood or being trampled by the crowd.
That said, Willow and Rye are pretty cute names for Katniss and Peeta's kids, but they don't seem particularly meaningful. A lot of fans prefer the idea of Katniss and Peeta giving their children names of the dead who sacrificed themselves — like Prim and Finnick.