Saturday Mar 24 2012 comments Hunger Games fans pack theaters on opening night By: Photography by Kim Palaferri/Gold Country Media News Service -A +A Alyssa Amack and Kyle Johnston get into spirit and dress the part of their favorite characters at the midnight opening of the Hunger Games. These Del Oro students waited in line for 8 hours to see the Hunger Games at the midnight premiere at Century Theaters in Roseville. From left is Kristine Springfield, Hannah Spence, Lilia Zehnder, and Alyssa Mitnick. Hope Kartchner, 12, has been a fan of the Hunger Games since she picked up the book, and now she is seeing the book come to life on the big screen at the midnight premiere. Ivey Bos, of Orangevale, dressed as the character"Girl on Fire" from her favorite book, The Hunger Games which had it's big screen premiere at Midnight on Thursday at Century Theaters in Roseville. Hundreds of people, teens, tweens and adults, waited hours in line to catch the midnight premiere opening of the Hunger Games on Thursday night in Roseville at Century Theaters. Avid reading fans like, Allie Cloak, Roxy Guernsey, and JP Labrecque, all from Colfax, stayed up till midnight to catch the premiere opening of The Hunger Games.