'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire': The Character Posters
1:38 PM PDT 3/12/2013 by Sophie Schillaci
Lionsgate has unveiled a sneak preview of the upcoming sequel, due out Nov. 22, featuring first looks at newcomers Beetee (Jeffrey Wright), Johanna Mason (Jenna Malone) and Finnick Odair (Sam Claflin) in their official Capitol Couture portraits. In the forthcoming film, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) must embark on a "Victor's Tour" of the districts as the Quarter Quell approaches.
Effie Trinket, played by Elizabeth Banks, is the mastermind behind Capitol Couture, the pre-eminent source for fashion and culture of the Capitol elite.
Stanley Tucci reprises his role of Caesar Flickerman, the charming host of the brutal Hunger Games broadcast.
Josh Hutcherson's Peeta Mellark takes his relationship with Katniss to a new level when he proposes during an interview with Caesar Flickerman.
Liam Hemsworth reprises the role of Gale Hawthorne, Katniss' longtime friend from District 11. The duo's relationship hits a snag in Catching Fire, when jealousy erupts over Katniss' fake, on-screen romance with Peeta.
Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen faces new challenges in Catching Fire, as she and Peeta are forced back into The Hunger Games and must find a new way to escape alive.
Beetee, played by Jeffrey Wright, is a male tribute and former victor from District 3, and an expert in electronics and wiring.
Lenny Kravitz also returns as Cinna, Katniss' trusted stylist.
Sam Clafin joins The Hunger Games family as Finnick Odair, the beautiful male victor from District 4. He is skilled at the art of knot tying and uses a trident as his weapon of choice.
Haymitch Abernathy, played by Woody Harrelson, continues to mentor Katniss and Peeta as they prepare for the Quarter Quell.
Jena Malone stars as Johanna Mason, the beautiful victor from District 7 with a mean streak.
President Snow's evil knows no bounds in Catching Fire, as he pits former victors against each other in the 3rd Quarter Quell. He is played by Donald Sutherland.
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