'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Reveals Portraits of Peeta and Gale
In the latest images of Capitol Portrait series from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire", two males who have feelings for Katniss become the center of attraction. Katniss' most trusted partner in the arena, Peeta, dresses from head to toe in white to match her own look. Meanwhile, the heroine's friend from back home, Gale, wears his usual hunting attire.
Another man is featured in the third newly-released photo. Portrayed by "Snow White and the Huntsman" actor Sam Claflin, Finnick Odair, the charismatic male tribute from District 4, shows off his chest in a white top with gaping neckline. All those three men hold a white rose to show which side they are on.
"[The blonde hair is] definitely taking some getting used to. I have a tan and a six-pack now after four months of hard work. I feel slowly but surely like I am Finnick Odair," Claflin once said of his transformation to play his "Hunger Games" character. "From the moment I set foot in Atlanta, they had me at the gym, working out twice a day."
"And then stunt training, it's nonstop," the actor added. "To be fair, I spend a lot of the film carrying an old lady on my back, as Finnick carries Mags for the majority of the arena scenes. I feel like every day of filming is a workout, running around Hawaii with little old Lynn Cohen on my back." Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson are set to reprise their roles as Katniss and Peeta respectively. They are summoned back to the arena for the 75th Annual Hunger Games dubbed Third Quarter Quell, being pitted against past victors from the other Districts by power-hungry President Snow (Donald Sutherland).
Elizabeth Banks will be back as Katniss and Peeta's escort to the Capitol, Effie Trinket, Lenny Kravitz as their stylist Chinna, and Woody Harrelson as their mentor Haymitch. Liam Hemsworth will additionally return as Gale.
The movie is expected to be released Statesides on November 22.
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