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Catching Fire Update: Behind-the-scenes photo of Jennifer and Liam, EW scans

I’ve finally found some time to add scans of the latest Entertainment Weekly’s 2013 Preview issue. Thanks goes to :-) In our gallery, you can also check out this brand new behind the scenes photo of Jennifer and Liam Hemsworth with “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” director Francis Lawrence. Enjoy!

Movies (2013) ? The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, behind the scenes [link]

Magazines (2013) ? Entertainment Weekly, January 18, 2013 [link]

Another still from ‘Catching Fire’

Entertainment Weekly has released another still from ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ showing main protagonists of the film, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson). If you want to see a photo of Gale (Liam Hemsworth), go here.

Movies (2013)The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, stills [link]

Actors and the director, Francis Lawrence also gave an interview to the magazine in which they talked about triangle between Katniss, Peeta and Gale, as well as on-screen chemistry between Jen and Liam. Here’s what they said:

“These are kids growing up in war who physically, emotionally can’t love somebody,” says Jennifer Lawrence about the uncomfortable triangle between District 12’s battle-weary Katniss, Peeta, and her childhood friend Gale that began in The Hunger Games. “Katniss thinks she can’t have a crush on a boy because she’s worried about survival every single day. And she can’t be a normal 16-year-old meeting her friend out in the woods and practicing kissing because that’s not the world that they live in.”

“Jen and Liam have amazing chemistry,” says director Francis Lawrence of his young stars. “They have a nice moment right before Katniss is reaped that is the very first thing we shot. And then when Gale has been brought in from the whipping, that’s another really nice moment they have alone.” “This is the book where you have to understand the pull Katniss feels to both Peeta and Gale,” say producer Nina Jacobson.

I’m still looking for scans from the magazine, so don’t forget to come back soon. If you have your own copy of EW and would like to share scans with our readers, we’ll be more than grateful. :-)

First look at Catching Fire: Katniss and Finnick on the cover of Entertainment Weekly!

Entertainment Weekly: The revolution has been sparked. In this week?s cover story, EW traveled to Waikiki, Hawaii where cast and crew were in the final days of production on the eagerly anticipated Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire (in theaters Nov. 21). Just as the revolution that could embolden the people of Panem rests on young Katniss Everdeen?s shoulders, the success of the franchise depends largely upon Jennifer Lawrence. After spending the day outrunning death in a nearby jungle, the 22-year-old actress ordered herself a Budweiser and kicked back in the Trump balcony lounge to discuss the sequel, her life now as a blockbuster star, and her willful inability to behave like the nice sound-bite machine Hollywood might expect her to be. ?It?s almost like I subconsciously don?t want to work anymore so I?m trying to ruin my career,? she says with a laugh at one point, before leaning in close to the reporter?s tape recorder. ?I?m pregnant!? she joked.

Magazines (2013)Entertainment Weekly, January 18, 2013 [link]

From her first meeting with new director Francis Lawrence (?I spit egg inside his mouth when I was talking. Into his mouth?) to the raucous party she hosted for the Catching Fire cast and crew (?When Sam walked in I was chasing Woody and we?d flipped over my couch and Woody had a sock all the way down my throat??), Lawrence was frank and funny and self-aware. ?I?m so aware of all the b.s. that surrounds Hollywood,? she says, ?and how everyone gets on this high horse and thinks that they?re curing cancer and it makes me so uncomfortable every time I see it. So I go in the exact opposite direction and end up saying something like ?I?m pregnant!? when I?m in two franchises.?

Then in an exclusive conversation, director Francis Lawrence described his vision for the sequel, his immediate three-day pow-wow with series writer Suzanne Collins to ready a script, and how one of his inherited cast members had a particularly hard time adjusting to the loss of Hunger Games director Gary Ross. (Woody Harrelson, who plays Katniss and Peeta?s wry and PTSD-ruined wreck of a mentor Haymitch.)

EW also sat down with Sam Claflin, the green-eyed, dimpled Brit who won the role of District 4?s charming and enigmatic golden boy Finnick Odair, for his first Hunger Games interview. He described filming the infamous sugar cube scene, in which Finnick teases Katniss while wearing nothing beyond some strategically placed netting, as ?the scariest moment of my life. I?m on Twitter and so many people have been like ?Don?t mess this up, or we will kill you.??

Movies (2013)The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, stills [link]

Jennifer Lawrence to appear as Katniss on Entertainment Weekly cover!

What’s up, Tributes? Entertainment Weekly has special information for you, so listen up! Yesterday evening (actually it was the middle of the night here :(), they wrote on their twitter account that Jennifer (aka Katniss Everdeen) will appear on EW’s newest cover! We don’t have any photos yet, but we’ll see them TODAY!!!

I can’t wait to see her styling, it will be the very first photo from Catching Fire!

Jennifer Lawrence heads to Kings Road Cafe with a friend for lunch

Yesterday afternoon, Jennifer was seen in Los Angeles heading to Kings Road Cafe for lunch. Wearing a stripped cotton t-shirt, oversized dark sweater, loose trousers and navy blue suede loafers she finished off her casual outfit with a black leather handbag. How you like her look?

Out & About (2013)January 6 – in Los Angeles, heading to Kings Road Cafe [link]

That will be a very hard week for Jen… She will kick off award season making the rounds to support her David O. Russell movie, Silver Linings Playbook, as well as The Hunger Games.

She’s up for an honor at Wednesday’s People’s Choice Awards in the category of favorite actress, and The Hunger Games is in the running for other honors, too. At Thursday’s Critics’ Choice Awards, Jennifer is up for best actress in Silver Linings. And on Sunday, we’ll see Jennifer in top red-carpet form when she attends the Golden Globes. She’s nominated for favorite actress in a musical or comedy, thanks to her role in Silver Linings. That picture is also in contention for best musical or comedy of the year and best screenplay.

Edit: Just to let you know, I updated Vanity Fair scans with 4 pages of article. Check them out [here].

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