11 New 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Quarter Quell Posters

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - Quarter Quell posters
Photo: Lionsgate

Lionsgate knows how to take advantage of the number of characters in its Hunger Games franchise as it continually finds new ways to create character posters for damned near every single person, and just think, this batch doesn't even include looks at Donald Sutherland as President Snow, Elizabeth Banks as Effie, Liam Hemsworth as Gale or Woody Harrelson as Haymitch. Instead it's the 11 characters that will participate in the 75th Hunger Games (aka The Quarter Quell) in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The event sees the favorite Victors from past Hunger Games competitions return as Tributes.

The posters featured directly below and on the second page include the likes of Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss, Josh Hutcherson as Peeta, Jena Malone as Johanna, Alan Ritchson as Gloss, Sam Claflin as Finnick, Amanda Plummer as Wiress, Jeffrey Wright as Beetee, Stephanie Leigh Schlund as Cashmere, Meta Golding as Enobaria, Lynn Cohen as Mags and Bruno Gunn as Brutus.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hits theaters on November 22.

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  • Bertram J. Krogh

    Seems like there are some older contenders this time, even elderly.

    • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/Adrianocrowbar/ Adriano

      Don't know if this is a spoiler, but anyway *** SPOILER WARNING ***

      All the tributes chosen for the Quarter Quell must be previous winners. Since some districts only have old living winners...

      Having said that, I'd have loved to see Betty White as Mags!

      • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/Jake17/ Jake17

        Oh, it's a spoiler for those who haven't read the book, but it's already hinted at all through the marketing, and will probably be mentioned in the trailer, so it matters little at this point. Can't say that I care about this film that much, but I'm interested in how they'll handle Mockingjay, so I'll probably watch it anyways.

        • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/lalecture/ lalecture

          Exactly. I think the marketing assumes most people have read the book. The quarter quell doesn't even take place until the second half of Catching Fire.
          It starts a slow, and builds. Returning to district 12 and the victory tour (which is also promoted in the previously released posters) make up the first half of the book.
          Im a huge HG fan so I wish they would show a bit of restraint on their marketing frenzy. I'd love to just enjoy the film as art! It could backfire. But probably not!

    • http://moviereviewninja.com themoviewatcher

      That's because in this one it's The Quarter Quell which is past victors returning.

  • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/wuggles/ B Smith

    These posters make me excited for the movie. However I am kind of worried about how they'll fit some of the stuff from the book into a PG-13 rating, I mean I feel the first movie could've easily been R if they'd kept strictly to the books and shown all the deaths. Also, useless tidbit about me, but the movie was partially shot about 20 minutes from my house, so I am kinda almost hoping I recognize something.

    • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/lalecture/ lalecture

      That's cool about your house being so close to the shooting.
      I think they kept out the violence to ease the minds of parents! I am looking forward to the quell. The different types of obstacles could lend themselves to exciting film making.