Approaching Summer blockbusters are hogging the spotlight for now, but what is sure to wind up being one of the year’s heavily-attended tentpoles, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, has quietly jump-started its marketing campaign – by releasing a handful of movie images and character portraits, ahead of the teaser trailer premiering during the 2013 MTV Movie Awards ceremony this weekend.
Additional official images have dropped ahead of the first trailer, which will offer a sneak peek at how Catching Fire director Francis Lawrence’s (I Am Legend) style varies in comparison to The Hunger Games director Gary Ross and his cinematic interpretation of author Suzanne Collins’ dystopian future vision (read our review, for more in-depth analysis of that).
These images were made available recently on the film’s official Facebook page, and features the newly-crowned Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings Playbook) back as the protagonist Katniss ...
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