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Jennifer Lawrence's 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Song is Top 40 Hit in UK

Jennifer Lawrence's 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Song is Top 40 Hit in UK

Jennifer Lawrence‘s song “The Hanging Tree” in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 is now in the top 40 on the UK charts, according to BBC!

The 24-year-old actress’ song, which was co-written by composer James Newton and the folk rock band The Lumineers, reached number 29 on the charts.

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Jennifer sang the song as her character Katniss in a scene for the film, which is out in theaters now!

In case you didn’t know, “The Hanging Tree” is featured on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 soundtrack.

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  • TeamBella76

    Good for her !

  • TeamBella76

    Uh huh whatever

  • Name

    Considering the popularity of the movie and song, and the fact there’s usually very few movies with songs in them, this could be nominated for an Oscar.

  • Courtney

    That would be awesome! I hope so! Jennifer might be uncomfortable with the thought for obvious reasons, but that would be so cool!

  • Name

    I checked with one of my entertainment friends, and it may indeed qualify under Academy Awards nomination criteria.

  • Courtney

    That’s awesome! Not for Jen, but still… Notice how tabs are now trying to pair her up again with Nick? Seems like they can’t bear the idea of her being single. Why is that?

  • Name

    Society can’t fathom a woman doing anything, being successful, or being happy without a man. To many, that’s all women are good for-to be there for men’s pleasure.

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