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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Jennifer Lawrence will, obviously, return as Katniss, the butt kicking heroine from the first film. In "Catching Fire," Katniss is forced to deal with the celebrity status that comes with winning "The Hunger Games." But she also has to face President Snow, who was not amused when she pulled out those berries in the end.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Liam Hemsworth returns as Gale, Katniss' best friend, and semi-love interest, whom she left behind in District 12. The pair is back hunting in the woods together, but after seeing Katniss with Peeta, Gale isn't too ready to get close to her again.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Peeta, played by Josh Hutcherson, returns from the Hunger Games and is launched into the victor's tour with Katniss, who hasn't talked to Peeta since the Games. But when things finally start to look up, Peeta and Katniss find them in harm's way again, all thanks to President Snow.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Elizabeth Banks returns, makeup and all, to play the District 12 escort, Effie Trinket. Effie makes sure Peeta and Katniss behave as victors, but she finds her job will become a lot more season as trouble arises in Panem.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Lenny Kravitz, left, returns as Cinna, Katniss' beautician. He styles Katniss throughout the victor's tour but all of his designs have a much deeper meaning. Woody Harrelson, center, returns as Haymitch, District 12's only victor before Katniss and Peeta. He accompanies the young victors on their tour as he desperately tries to keep them out of trouble.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Stanley Tucci returns for "Catching Fire" as Caesar Flickerman, the commentator of the Hunger Games.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    President Snow, played by Donald Sutherland, is not happy there were two victors in the Hunger Games and he's especially unhappy with Katniss. Snow fights to paint Katniss in a poor light but she still stirs up trouble in Panem.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Jena Malone will be a new face in "Catching Fire." She'll play Johanna Mason, a District 7 victor from a past Games. Johanna is cold and dark throughout "Catching Fire" as she hints at what President Snow has done to her loved ones. But along with Haymitch, she has quite a scheme up her sleeve, including shaking up Katniss.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Philip Seymour Hoffman is another new name in "Catching Fire." He stars as Plutarch Heavensbee, Head Gamekeeper who takes over for Seneca Crane. As he attempts to win Katniss' trust, viewers will find that he is someone Katniss wants on her side.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Amanda Plummer plays Wiress in "Catching Fire," another new name. Wiress is a past victor from District 3. In "Catching Fire," Wiress appears to be weak but Katniss fights to get Wiress on her side, against the wishes of her friends.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Lynn Cohen plays Mags in "Catching Fire," another new face. Mags is an 80-year-old past tribute from District 4. Though she's not as limber in her old age, she's able to hold her own against the fresh face of newcomers.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Alan Ritchson is another new face in "Catching Fire." He plays Gloss, a former victor from District 1, who finds himself at odds with Katniss.
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  • Hunger Games: Catching Fire Cast

    Meta Golding takes on the role of new character Enobaria in "Catching Fire." She is a former victor for District 2 and one of Katniss' enemies.
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PHOTO: Jodie Foster and Alexandra Hedison attend the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Inaugural Gala presented by Salvatore Ferragamo at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Oct. 17, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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