Jennifer Lawrence Takes Aim In New Hunger Games: Catching Fire Poster (PHOTO)
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is set to hit cinema screens in November and a new poster has now been unveiled ahead of the release, with Jennifer Lawrence’s character being the centre image.
Katniss Everdeen, who is played by Lawrence, is the main image in the poster, with the actress taking aim with her bow and arrow in front of a Mockingjay symbol that’s on fire.
The follow-up Hunger Games movie is already predicted to rake in a whopping $1 billion in worldwide ticket sales and produce almost a $400 million profit for studio Lionsgate.
The film is set to have its world premiere on November 11 in the UK before hitting cinemas worldwide on November 22.
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer was recently quizzed on whether or not she had become more of a diva since she shot to fame, to which she replied that she had become “more bossy” on the set of the upcoming Hunger Games movie.
Jen told the November issue of Empire magazine: “Well, of course I changed. I told them, ‘Things are going to be a little different around here from now on’.”
Jennifer in the latest Hunger Games poster (Photo: Think Jam)
However, with the magazine claiming that she laughed when answering the question, no doubt she was having a joke with reporters! We hope she was, anyway…
Jen also said that although the film’s plot is far from her American upbringing, she still identifies with the character in some ways.
“It’s hard to say you identify with someone who’s facing life and death and war,” she said, adding: “It’s not like, ‘Oh my God that’s, like, totally how I feel’. But there is the connection in that she doesn’t feel like just part of the town anymore. Now everyone treats her as a celebrity… Whereas she still feels like she’s part of them.”
Lawrence then went on to say that she’s not such a fan of people treating her like an alien: “I get that a lot,” she admitted. “I’ll go to get a coffee where I always get coffee and all of a sudden there’s this weird mood, and I’m like, ‘Come on, I still get coffee here, just say hello’.”