Stars, they really are just like us.

Among the millions of people who watched The Hunger Games this weekend were an abundance of celebrities, many of whom Tweeted strong praise and endless affection for the Jennifer Lawrence-led film. Among some of our favorite responses:

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Fans around the country enjoyed a very happy opening day of The Hunger Games yesterday.

In its first 24 hours of release, the very well-received Jennifer Lawrence blockbuster earned $68.3 million, taking fifth place on the all-time single day revenue chart. It actually ranks first, however, for all non-sequels.

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From the THG staff to everyone rocking a Mockingjay pin at this very moment, allow us to say: HAPPY HUNGER GAMES!

The blockbuster big screen version of Suzanne Collins' best-selling novel is already off to a memorable start, earning a staggering $19.7 million at midnight showings across the country this morning and setting a midnight record for the highest-grossing non-sequel ever.

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Three days prior to The Hunger Games hitting theaters and possibly smashing records ($100 million opening weekend, anyone?), the movie's soundtrack has been released.

Available on iTunes and in stores at midnight on March 20, the CD is already climbing the charts; it currently sits at number-one on the iTunes album chart and is number-five on Amazon.

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A new, special sneak peek from The Hunger Games has emerged.

It focuses on President Snow giving advice to Seneca Crane, explaining the important of hope and the contest at the center of the movie, and it's a scene NOT included in the novel. Don't waste any more time. Check it out now!

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