'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Unveils Quarter Quell Character Posters

July 16, 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Lionsgate is bring The Hunger Games: Catching Fire to Comic-Con, marking the franchise's first prominent appearance with a panel featuring stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, not to mention the unveiling of a new trailer (which will be available online immediately after it premieres). Now a whole slew of character posters have been revealed giving us our first look at many of the tributes being thrown back into the arena for the third Quarter Quell, or 75th Annual Hunger Games. This time Katniss (Lawrence) and Peeta (Hutcherson) have their work cut out for them with all the tributes being previous victors. Check out all the posters below, and be sure to check back for the latest Hunger Games updates!

New posters for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (click images for source link and character info):

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

For those keeping track, from top to bottom, there's Stephanie Leigh Schlund as Cashmere (District 1), Alan Ritchson as Gloss (District 1), Bruno Gunn as Brutus (District 2), Meta Golding as Enobaria (District 2), Jeffrey Wright as Beetee (District 3), Amanda Plummer as Wiress (District 3), Sam Claflin as Finnick (District 4), Lynn Cohen as Mags (District 4), Jena Malone as Johanna (District 7), and our leads Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson as Katniss and Peeta (District 12), who also get their own joint banner. We're hoping some cool posters are available at Lionsgate's booth this week.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire begins as Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) has returned home safe after winning the 74th Annual Hunger Games along with fellow tribute Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson). Winning means that they must turn around and leave their family and close friends, embarking on a "Victor's Tour" of the districts. Along the way Katniss senses that a rebellion is simmering, but the Capitol is still very much in control as President Snow (Donald Sutherland) prepares the 75th Annual Hunger Games, a competition that could change Panem forever. Francis Lawrence directs the film written by Simon Beaufoy (Slumdog Millionaire) and Michael Arndt (Toy Story 3) and it arrives November 22nd, 2013. Excited?

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Adios Muchachos.

DAVIDPD on Jul 16, 2013


Way to spoil a HUGE twist poster makers. WTF is that shit about. This almost like a poster saying Snape Kills Dumpledore.

Brian Sleider on Jul 16, 2013


This is more of a spoiler than the anything on the posters.

DAVIDPD on Jul 16, 2013


Are you trying to say that me calling it a spoiler is more of a spoiler than the posters? Have you read the book?

Brian Sleider on Jul 16, 2013


Yes. But I don't really see how that matter in this context. Sometimes making people aware of a problem can be a problem in and of itself.

DAVIDPD on Jul 16, 2013


Ya know, I've read the books and am not picking up on a spoiler. I think you're a little overly concerned here...

Zak Kirkpatrick on Jul 16, 2013


It is a pretty glaring spolier, if you do not see it......I do not know what to say. One question, Victors are immune to future Games right?

Brian Sleider on Jul 16, 2013


I understand ya now, however have they mentioned that in the movie yet? We all know quite well that movies stray from books quite a bit these days...

Zak Kirkpatrick on Jul 16, 2013


Also, thanks for rewording your unnecessarily rude initial comment...

Zak Kirkpatrick on Jul 16, 2013


Sorry for making it.

Brian Sleider on Jul 16, 2013


It's not really a spoiler. The inciting incident in a movie isn't a spoiler, it happens in the first act. It'll probably be in the trailers. What are they going to show if they don't show the fact that Katniss is back in the games?

Rick on Jul 16, 2013


I don't know tease scenes that do not blow major plot points. Just because it happens in act one doesn't mean it cant also be a spoiler. Bad enough trailers these days give away most of the movie now fucking posters have spoilers. I mean shit they could have the same poster and not have the info on them that spoils things.

Brian Sleider on Jul 16, 2013


As someone who hasn't read the books, I didn't know there was a spoiler in there. And when I read it here, I had already assumed it would be the case anyway, after seeing the first movie. Honestly, I think most people who haven't read the books don't really care about this being "spoiled" or not, if they catch it at all.

Neuromancer on Jul 17, 2013


*dumBledore XD

Lilly Watty on Nov 11, 2013


Brian sleider you are wrong ! These pics are just amazing and you can't admit it. Good job lionsgate, great movie ! Xx

bella on Jul 16, 2013


The pictures are nice, but what they reveal is a spoiler.

Brian Sleider on Jul 16, 2013


They only reveal what I'm sure the next trailer is going to reveal. The first teaser only showed scenes from what is probably the first third of the film and only hinted at the Quarter Quell. This next trailer will most likely show scenes from the Quell so it's not a big deal. I doubt they were going to keep that a secret until release. I wouldn't worry about it.

David Diaz on Jul 16, 2013


That's an even bigger problem, ruining what was a massive shock for the reader in a trailer.

Brian Sleider on Jul 16, 2013


It would have been nice to keep that a secret but realistically, they've got to get butts in the theater so, they have to show some of the action in the trailer. I agree with Neuromancer, I don't think many non-book readers will be upset to find this out. It's just what the movie is about for them.

David Diaz on Jul 17, 2013


Be fair, Pretty sure a few teasers with a date would get people into seats. Its not like this is hunger games where only the readers know about it.

Brian Sleider on Jul 17, 2013



Jim Dawkins on Jul 16, 2013


kb, you not seeing Beetee?

Lane on Jul 17, 2013


Not seeing anyone from District 11, who were named characters in the book, important to Katniss and part of the revolution that started there... No reason for them not to be here if we're giving District 1 & 2 fair showing.

kb on Jul 20, 2013


Nice and pretentious, just like the first movie.

Jon on Jul 17, 2013


i dont know who i love the most cashmere or katniss or johnanna

dj on Apr 13, 2014

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