To keep us excited (and drooling), Entertainment Weekly has released more stills from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. These reveal our first looks at Katniss and Peeta on the Victory Tour and Gale in District 12.
”These are kids growing up in war who physically, emotionally can’t love somebody,” says Jennifer Lawrence about the uncomfortable triangle between District 12′s battle-weary Katniss, Peeta, and her childhood friend Gale that began in The Hunger Games. ”Katniss thinks she can’t have a crush on a boy because she’s worried about survival every single day. And she can’t be a normal 16-year-old meeting her friend out in the woods and practicing kissing because that’s not the world that they live in.”
”Jen and Liam have amazing chemistry,” says director Francis Lawrence of his young stars. ”They have a nice moment right before Katniss is reaped that is the very first thing we shot. And then when Gale has been brought in from the whipping, that’s another really nice moment they have alone.” ”This the book where you have to understand the pull Katniss feels to both Peeta and Gale,” say producer Nina Jacobson.
Update!!! More stills have been released!
Like this one featuring a very grown up looking Prim and Mrs. Everdeen!
And one more!! Our first look at Plutarch AND Haymitch!
And another…President Snow!!
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WB Spain has provided even more HQ Stills from The Hunger Games film. Now we can check out close ups of Thresh, Clove, Cinna, Seneca and a nice overview shot of the Tributes in the training center.
You can check out even more Official Stills from The Hunger Games here.
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Thanks to The Hunger Times, and their friends at Warner Brothers Spain (distributor of the movie), we have even more fantastic stills from the film in HQ. Many of these you will have seen before, but we love having them in even better quality!
You can find even more Official Stills from The Hunger Games here.
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Earlier today we posted a new Hi Res version of a still of Katniss that was in the most recent Entertainment Weekly issue featuring The Hunger Games. Now, we found Higher quality (yet tagged) versions of the other stills from that issue as well on EW’s website.
Hopefully each of these will be released in Hi Res soon too!
Miss any official stills from the film? Check them out here.
Lionsgate has added a new Hi Res still to their collection on the publicity page. This isn’t a new image however as it was recently seen in the Katniss Fever issue of Entertainment Weekly. It’s still great to have it in high quality. You can download a full 300 dpi version here.
You can check out all official stills from the film here.
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Yesterday Entertainment Weekly revealed that this week’s upcoming issue would include a feature dedicated to The Hunger Games film. Now, EW has posted three shots from the film online. (One we posted earlier here, but this is much better quality, despite the arrows )
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You may recall that a Panem-inspiried social networking game is currently being developed by Lionsgate and Funtactix for release on March 23! Today, MTV’s HollywoodCrush blog revealed the teaser poster for the game.
You can sign up to be a beta tester for The Hunger Games Adventures here.
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Glamour posted a new article on six secrets about The Hunger Games that fans need to know (along with a new still of Effie)! Most fans will already know most of the secrets, but here’s a taste:
1. Jennifer Lawrence beat half of young Hollywood for the role.Abigail Breslin, Emma Roberts and Hailee Steinfeld were contenders for the part of Katniss Everdeen, which went to Lawrence. Some fans of the books were angry—Katniss is a brunette; Lawrence is blond. But director Gary Ross laughed them off. “We can easily deal with Jennifer’s hair color,” he said.3. The movie used 35 full-time makeup artists. And there were more than 450 wigs on set to create the Hunger Gameslook, according to Linda Flowers, the movie’s hair director. For her freaky look as Effie Trinket, above, Elizabeth Banks was airbrushed with pale pink foundation and had a different eye makeup design for each outfit. Katniss was lower-maintenance—it took only about 20 minutes a day to create her signature braid.