The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Quarter Quell Posters

Posted on July 17, 2013

You guys, Lorenzo squealed like a little girl when he saw these.


“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Quarter Quell posters released featuring Josh Hutcherson (Peeta), Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss), Sam Claflin (Finnick), Jena Malone (Johanna), Jeffrey Wright (Beetee), Stephanie Leigh Schlund (Cashmere), Meta Golding (Enobaria), Bruno Gunn (Brutus), Lynn Cohen (Mags), Amanda Plummer (Wiress), and Alan Ritchson (Gloss). “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” arrives in theaters on November 22nd.

But that’s because he’s read the books. Tom, who hasn’t, patted him on the head like an indulgent grandparent.

But my goodness, there sure are some pretty people in these movies, no? Discuss your casting complaints/huzzahs here, Tributes.



[Photo Credit: Lionsgate]

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  • jen

    Is that Magda from Sex and the City as Mags????

    • Jessica O’Connell


    • Rand Ortega

      I dare Miranda to yell at her for hiding the dildos NOW!

      • jen

        Ha ha!

    • yellowhannah33


    • Morales Mike

      OMG I was going to say the same thing! Yes it is!

    • colleenjanel

      Who knew that Magda had a bod?!?!

    • Anne

      That was exactly what I thought. Love her!

    • ankali

      I’m a little shocked that I recognized her first as Golda Meir from Munich.

    • Violina23

      I think my head just exploded…

  • Coolekat

    Some of the really pretty ones got killed off.

    • Kristin McNamara

      True story. But there are still quite a few sights for sore eyes that remain!
      Anyone else disappointed that the smoke in these photos is placed (i.e. photoshopped in) so strategically that we can’t see any good stuff on the male tributes? Haha. Bummer.

  • NC_Meg

    That is not how I pictured Finnick. Why are they wearing wetsuits? I think I need to re-read the books.

    • twigg

      Quarter Quell takes place in jungle/beach.

      • NC_Meg

        Ahhh, ok. I think I remember that now.

    • Cz

      There is a lot of water in the arena for Quarter Quells. They shot a lot of scenes in Hawaii. (And yet somehow, I never ran into any of them…)

      • NC_Meg

        My husband was in HI when they were shooting one of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. We both hoped he’d run into Johnny Depp but nope. :

    • CommentsByKatie

      This isn’t how I pictured Finnick, either! I always kind of imagined him like Daniel Craig; all blonde and craggy and sunkissed. This little boy is not doing it for me ;D

      • NOLA_gal

        This Finnick is too young. Finnick was the youngest victor at the time of his games, but is mid to late twenties in the book – this kid looks 19 tops.

      • NC_Meg

        I imagined him with dark hair, sort of Gale-like. (It should be noted that I pictured Katniss as a blond even though she said 297456 times that Katniss had long, dark hair. I think the only character descriptions I paid attention to were Gale & Peeta.)

      • fursa_saida

        Sunkissed yes, since he’s from Waterworld or wherever, but craggy doesn’t make sense to me since [SPOILERS FOR NON-READERS] [NO SERIOUSLY, S P O I L E R S] he was sort of the Capitol sex-toy for years, and clearly they have a very anti-craggy aesthetic.

        This is very much how I pictured him, but I think it’s because I took in all the emphasis she put on him being a sort of ultimate pretty-boy like you see in the magazines (which, in this culture, too often translates to “square-jawed white guy”) and consistently misread “bronze-colored hair” as blond. I mean, “bronze” really doesn’t come up often as a hair color, what can I say.

  • I had to let go of my casting gripes a long time ago. JOSH HUTCHERSON IS NO PEETA!!!!! Ok, maybe I’ve not let it go. Either way, my disappointment in Josh overshadows my aggravation at the casting of Sam Claflin for Finnick. I have to remind myself of the other brilliant choices such as Elizabeth, Woody and Lenny. I want Catching Fire to be better than Hunger Games, even though the book was (overall) the weakest of the trilogy. Bring on The Quarter Quell!

    • Sue_Asponte

      I have to agree, Josh Hutcherson never looks right to me. Sam Claflin looks better here (i.e. more like Finnick) than I would have guessed.

      • Alanna

        Which is funny since Hutcherson is pretty damned close to the book’s initial description of Peeta: “stocky build and medium height with bright blue eyes and ashy blonde hair that falls in waves over his forehead”.

        • Lanus

          Well…his hair is naturally very dark. In his defense, I think he does that kind of sad, broody, kind-but-mopey thing with his eyes that suits him for Peeta.

          And, sweet Josh…he’s another child star who grew up to be a normal human…but child is not “medium height.” He’s a wee elf of a man.

        • stephbellard

          He looks like Katniss could floss her teeth with him which is NOT my idea of solid Peeta.

          • LondonMarriott

            Fun story: at C2E2 this year they had a lovely display of Hunger Games movie costumes. I walked up to District 12’s training costume and said “I could totally wear this. Jennifer Lawrence isn’t as tall as I thought.” Then I looked at the notes on the card – it was Josh’s costume. I’m 5’3″. Woot!

        • Ms_Flyover

          The problem is that Josh Hutcherson actually looks young enough to be Peeta, whereas none of other leads look like teenagers. Consequently, he makes Jennifer Lawrence look like a cougar.

    • MilaXX

      I agree, catching Fire was the weakest of the books, but I like Francis Lawrence, so I’m hopeful.

    • jeneria

      Totally agree! I really don’t like him as Peeta. I do, however, adore Jena Malone so bring it on!

      • PeaceBang

        Jena Malone! Yes!

    • Coolekat

      Terrible casting decision on Peeta. Jennifer could beat him up with one hand tied behind her back.

    • adnama79

      Amanda Plummer was who I pictured when I read the books, so they got that one right, too.

    • frannyprof

      I agree. Josh H is no Peeta.

    • Emily Giovanni

      I like the Hunger Games movie, except that I think they botched every single thing that has to do with Peeta. Not just casting, but plot points, acting, directing, etc. all drastically changed who he is.

  • Sobaika

    I am feeling how they cast Beetee.

    NOT feeling how they cast Finnick.

    • twigg

      I still maintain that Jesse Williams would be the best Finnick.

      • MilaXX

        Agreed, he would have been awesome.

      • Sobaika

        SERIOUSLY THOUGH. Sometimes fancasts get it so right.

      • CozyCat

        I think Finnick is the hardest role to cast (at least based on appearance). He’s supposed to be incredibly attractive, but everyone has their own idea of what is most attractive, so it’s a no win situation. Plus, being Hollywood, they had to cast good looking people in (nearly) all of the parts. so making Finnick unambiguously BETTER looking is pretty hard.

        • twigg

          Very true comments. I just want to see Jesse Williams’ butt, in a wetsuit, in IMAX HD.

      • TropiCarla

        Umm … Jesse Williams would be the best … anything really.

    • Vesper Beauty

      Beetee, Wiress and Mags are all A+

      Finnick, B-. I really liked Sam Claflin in Pillars of the Earth, but Finnick has bronze (aka red) hair!

    • zenobar

      I still maintain that Jeff Goldblum was born to play Beetee. Now that I see there are wetsuits involved, my disappointment has deepened. (No offense to Jeffrey Wright, who is certainly adorable in his own right.)

      • Sobaika

        Ooooh you’re right. In my head I pictured much older and was thinking Joel Grey for some reason. But I still find this a great consolation prize.

    • stephbellard

      Girrrl, it’s ALL about Brutus and Gloss.

    • MartyBellerMask

      Haven’t read the books, so I have no opinions on accuracy, but I love Jeffrey Wright so very much. 🙂 Thumbs up here!!

    • JLH

      I like the Beetee casting but have to be honest in saying I expected him to be a lot older and less muscular. I always read him as the full on mental competitor, which, I mean, doesn’t mean he CAN’T be muscular or athletic in appearance but there you have it.

      I was actually on the Naya Rivera to be Johanna Mason train, but I think Jena Malone will be great.

      And I wanted Armie Hammer as Finnick. Sue me. 😛

  • MK03

    What is up with Enobaria’s teeth?

    • She filed them into points after her win.

      (gah, I’m so lame)

    • susan6

      To win her initial hunger games, she killed one of the other tributes by ripping his throat out using her teeth. As a nod to this, she had her teeth filed into points afterwards.

      • BuffaloBarbara

        I was wondering if they were going to do it or not. Glad they did, though man, it looks creepy.

        • Rhonda Shore

          I like her look lots!!!

        • JuliaInBlack

          Yes. Like nightmare creepy! Even worse than I imagined her, which was scary indeed. I’m kind of feelin’ Finnick but I do wish they’d given him reddish hair. I’m *loving* the casting for Beetee and Wiress.

      • Rand Ortega

        Uh, this is a kids (YA) novel? DAYUM. Shit like this never happened in my Judy Blume books.

        • Judy’s job was to teach about sex. Suzanne’s job is to teach us about survival.

          • Rand Ortega

            Haven’t read the books. Saw the movie. The brutality was painful, but still, a fantastic commentary on our current society.

          • Rand! I know (now) that you’re a writer, but truly, these books are a great read. You should give them a go. Honestly, if you’re not sucked right in, I’d be surprised.

          • Rand Ortega

            I plan to. My niece gave them to me for Christmas. Just haven’t had a chance to dive in.

          • CozyCat

            The books are even more brutal. But a big thing they have going for them is that the violence is not treated lightly. Nearly all the main characters have major PTSD by the second book and suffer from severe guilt over all the people they have killed. So it’s not like your average action flick/movie where the hero blows people away and then spits out a witticism. I think the books served a major service on that score, countering the romanticism about violence that pervades popular entertainment.

            I am interested to see how the movies handle the psychological deterioration of the characters–it’s completely out of the norm for a Hollywood action flick and would freak out the average studio exec.

          • Violina23

            “Nearly all the main characters have major PTSD by the second book and suffer from severe guilt over all the people they have killed.”

            This is particularly prominent by the third book, and the effects of everything and the toll they take on those who survive the first two. In fact, that’s what struck me the most about “Mockingjay”, how brutal it was in depicting the effects of such events on the mental status of a person. I suspect that is a PART of the reason why the 3rd book didn’t sit as well with many fans. I agree it was a tough read at times, but I thought it was true to the spirit of the series, and I really liked the ending (particularly how the love triange resolved itself)

          • DuBey2

            Very well put: the way the books treated the violence and the characters’ feelings about it. You surmised exactly what disappointed me most in the 1st movie.

        • MilaXX

          Welcome to the YA dystopia universe. This, Enders Game, even Will Smith latest

          • Ah…Enders Game. I had been excited for this, as I have long loved the works of Orson Scott Card. But, I was living in an oblivious hole of ignorance to his very anti-equality stance. I have no plans to support his works any longer. I hate when I find out people I like are close minded idiots.

          • MilaXX

            Agreed, it’s got a great cast, but I don’t think I can go see this either.

          • Rand Ortega

            I’m a sci fi fan from waaay back, but I never read the Ender’s trilogy. Too messianic for me. OSC’s homophobia is just the cherry on the conservative parfait.

          • jeneria

            As the series goes on, the books grow increasingly worse. I think the Ender’s trilogy is one of the most over-rated science fiction franchises out there.

            I want to see the Uglies series get made into movies.

          • Rand Ortega

            Don’t worry, w/ the popularity of THG & other like franchises, it’s only a matter of a few years before TU gets the franchise treatment.

          • CommentsByKatie

            I agree. This is the only series EVER that I have liked the movies better than the books. First person perspective almost made me put the book down right at the starting gate, but I slogged on because my friends insisted. I was lukewarm about the books but became a raging fangirl after the movies. Can’t waaaaaait for Catching Fire! I want Effie’s monarch butterfly McQueen dress and hat so badly….

            Annnnd you were talking about Ender’s Game, I fail. I haven’t read that yet!

          • sweetestsith

            I would LOVE to see the Uglies series become movies! Unfortunately I’m not convinced that they would handle it appropriately. All of the physical changes involved would be cool to see done well, and completely ridiculous if not.

          • twigg

            plus Divergent and The Maze Runner series are coming out in the next year.

          • Rand Ortega

            No wonder so many kids don’t give a shit. Look what they’re being given to read. What happened to optimism?

          • MilaXX

            You wanna get really twisted, catch the Japanese movie Battle Royale.

          • Rand Ortega

            Waaaah! Do I have to? LOL! I’ve heard of it. My nieces love it. “Akira’s” pretty similar in tone & theme if not plot. Just seems there’s a prevalence of these dystopian visions of our future. Even the king of the utopian visions, “Star Trek”, had a dystopic subtitle, “Into Darkness”. Very unsettling.

          • demidaemon

            My brother often argues the greatness of Akira, but I can’t get past the giant evil psycho fetus at the end. I watched it once. I’ve done my penance for great animated dystopic films.

          • Rand Ortega

            It’s bananas! The symbolism of the final sequence is incredible. It’s 1 of my favorite films, right up there w/ “2001” & “Lawrence of Arabia”. I always wondered how they would film that in the live action version that’s been planned for the last 20 years. Now that the Hughes brothers backed out (among other problems, much dissonance over who to cast– the studio wanted Zach Efron or James Franco as Shotaro -!- the HB’s refused to whitewash– project over) I guess we’ll never know.

          • twigg

            I think these stories are about optimism. They’re about teenagers and young adults in terrible and impossible situations and overcoming them.

          • Rand Ortega

            Well, that’s the theme of most stories, particularly YA novels. I mean the surroundings for these books and their tones. Brutal, dark, violent, unrelenting & uncompromising. There’s no real nuance or subtlety.

          • Lanus

            THIS. They are all about teenagers in a crappy world, fighting their asses off to make it better.

          • alocin

            I’m nearing 40 and Hunger Games is right in line with an awfully long tradition of dystopic young adult fiction much of which I read 30 ish years ago. That’s not including Orwell’s 1984 which I read at school at 14 or 15. Or any historical novels featuring gladiatorial combat for that matter.

  • jen_vasm

    I was all squeally, too. Dang, Jeffrey Wright, more of the teddy bear type, has been working those abs for this role. Can’t wait!!

    • Rand Ortega

      Though I’m a huge fan of the Wright, the glasses kill it for me. Too dorky. But I’m sure Carmen Ejogo is enjoying the hell out of this movie & it hasn’t even been released.

      • MilaXX

        I am a huge Jeffrey Weight fan as well

        • Rand Ortega

          “Basquiat” & “Angels In America”. I still weep.

          • MilaXX

            YES!!!!, Randy I’m beginning to think you’re my brother from another mother.

          • Rand Ortega

            : )

          • MartyBellerMask

            He’s a more riveting Basquiat than Basquiat himself.

          • Rand Ortega

            THIS. Time’s a million!

      • SpillinTea

        I love how he can go from Peoples Hernandez from that horrible “Shaft” remake to “Angels In America” to Martin Luther King Jr. The man can flat out ACT.

        • Rand Ortega


  • dulcian

    Katee Sackhoff would have been brilliantly badass as Johanna.

    • Michelle Le

      upvote this so hard.

      • Jennifer Peters-Ahnberg

        ME TOO!

  • Jenny

    Eeeeee! I am so thrilled about this movie.

    Now, not everyone looks like the people in the books, but I really enjoyed the first movie and I am very excited about this one!!!!!

    Thanks for posting … this will help me get through my night at work.

  • WonderScott

    I sense an Under Armor tie-in.

  • Michael Martin

    I’ll take Brutus.

    • Griffinqueen

      OOOEEE! Sweetheart, you’ll have to get past me first. I loves me some burly bear 🙂

      • Rand Ortega

        You have no idea how happy it makes me to read that.

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  • CakesOnAPlane

    Whatever is happening slightly off camera that is so perplexing, it keeps moving.

  • Sue_Asponte

    Tom, Tom, read the books! They’re much more fun than the movies. (Er, movie.) The first movie was kind of a downer and they’re likely to get even more so. The books have a lot more internal dialogue that makes them more fun.

    • BuffaloBarbara

      Yes, this. I put it off for ages, but once I got hooked, I was in. Besides… revolution through FASHION!

    • Violina23

      Seconded. I thought the movie did an admirable job considering so much of the story is perspective/thoughts from Katniss’ head (Thank GOD they didn’t go the voice-over route, that would have been cheesy as hell), but it’s a really engrossing story, and a social commentary you can take in many different ways, depending on your particular persuasion.

    • JLH

      Agreed, plus there’s the fact that there’s no way they’re going to be able to do Mockingjay justice and have it suit an audience for children.

  • BuffaloBarbara

    I love most of them. JH still doesn’t look like Peeta. As always, I’m pretending to believe that he and JL are teenagers. Love the look of Beetee. I’m glad with Mags they went with a woman who happens to be older, rather than trying to stress her high age by putting her hair up and thinning it and so on. I think I’ll like Jena’s Johanna (that expression!), though she doesn’t look like my mental Johanna. (At least she’s the right age. I was afraid they were going to try and age everyone up around JL and JH.) I haven’t seen any of the other actors in anything, so I’ll just say that I’m reasonably satisfied with their looks.

    I like the casting. I love Woody Harrelson’s performance as Haymitch, though of course, changing his hair color in D12 changes his back story.

  • zelavie

    No joke, I just finished re-reading the series about 15 minutes ago, and now I see this post. So timely! I’m diggin’ the casting, and especially the pics. Can’t wait for the movie to come out!

  • Rand Ortega

    More Cinna, please.

    • kim bunchalastnames

      oh yes. all cinna, all the time. lol.

      • Rand Ortega

        I’m a sinner for Cinna! (sorry couldn’t help myself)

  • MilaXX

    I like all the casting, but I’m not 100% sold on Finnick. Tell Uncle Lo, I squeeze too.

  • NoveltyRocker

    Are all of these complete? Jennifer Lawrence looks all illustrated in the face like a Star Wars poster but everyone else looks more photorealistic.

  • So excited! I love the work the ad department has been doing for this.

  • crash1212

    Wow. Magda totally rocks a onesie.

  • unbornfawn

    Hollywood is always making head scratching casting choices. Love these pictures. I gotta say I always think Jennifer Lawrence looks prettier in her Katniss drag than in real life.

  • ashtangajunkie

    Not quite excited about Finnick. Super excited about Mags and Beetee. Interested in seeing Jena Malone’s Johanna. Still kind of disappointed in Peeta. I liked the movie, but I just don’t see him as Peeta, no matter how many sacks of flour he tosses.

  • YUUUUUUUUUUUUUUSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. I am so excited for the next installment – it looks like it’ll be REALLY good. (And yes, I’m a grown-ass adult and I’ve read the books, and I LOOOOOVE this series) I still kind of wish they hadn’t gone with showing the tributes for the Quarter Quell because (IMHO) it’s kind of a HUGE spoiler for those who haven’t read the books (and it’s such a shocker when you read it); I think they should have maybe played up Peeta’s and Katniss’ victory tour, maybe with some 40’s-style propaganda posters. Still love seeing the posters, though! *Geeks out*

    • shawna

      I agree!! This is one of the series I wish I I could read again for the first time.

  • Imasewsure

    Josh Hutchison looks like Dudley Do-Right (The Movie). Some great jawlines here

  • I continue to bow down to the casting of Jena Malone. LOVE.

  • Amanda Herriott Welliver

    Amanda Plummer is an excellent choice for Wiress. I can’t wait for this one.

    • Rand Ortega

      AP is an excellent choice for everything. I’ve never seen her give a bad performance.

  • Vesper Beauty

    Aren’t these posters kind of HOLY SPOILER? I mean, I know they don’t explicitly give it away, but … kinda. The Quarter Quell was a huge shock in the book.

    • MartyBellerMask

      Well if you haven’t read the book, it’s like “ooh, pretty pictures”. NBD. 🙂

    • somebody blonde

      Those of us who haven’t read the book wouldn’t know what Quarter Quell was unless we had it spoiled for us by someone else, so no, not really.

  • Sarah Thomas

    Only one I feel is fairly off is Enobaria. I always saw her as older, bigger, and scarier.

    • M. H. Leader

      Yeah, but they got the filed teeth right! Scary. Seriously scary…

  • M. H. Leader

    I join Lorenzo: SQUEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!

  • Sara Padilla

    So whitewashed. Sigh.

    • Nicole

      White washed except for the woman who rips out throats with her teeth. Ugh.

      • julnyes

        There is also the actor playing Beetee

    • pookiesmom

      YES! How incredibly disappointing.

    • sweetestsith

      So, this isn’t just me? I remember there being more variety of skin tone (at the very least) in the books, and was trying to figure out if I made that up…

  • Nonmercisansfacon

    Oh Mags.

    And Finnick appears so bland. I hope he’s more charismatic in action because he’s giving me nothing there.

  • Silencio Porfavor

    Is it odd that I always imagined Johanna as a kick ass black girl?

  • stephbellard

    Brutus and Gloss? Yes please with me in the middle!

  • frannyprof

    Amanda Plummer!!!!!!!

  • AnaRoW

    Finnick is pretty close to how I pictured him. Mags is too young but that had to be a hard role to fill so I’ll let it go. Amanda as Wiress is perfect. Jeffrey as Beetee isn’t but, since I like the actor, I’ll let it go. Josh still isn’t Peeta but whatever.

    • CozyCat

      I’m guessing that Mags’ body language will age her significantly in the film. In a way, these posters are pretty accurate, since any posters that would have actually been produced for the Quell would have downplayed the fact that an old woman was being sent into the arena.

      I agree about Beetee though–they got the face right, but he should be smaller and nerdlier. It’s hard to imagine the guy on the poster being rescued by a bunch of teenagers.

  • ankali

    Just rewatched Cabin in the Woods the other day. He (like everyone else) is great in it.

  • Amanda Plummer is PERFECT for Wiress. I didn’t realize they’d cast her.

    • Shawn EH

      I may have to go see this after all now. Indifferent to the books, could take or leave the first movie.

  • Bee Tee looks so buff, not at all what I pictured.

  • I know very little about The Hunger Games. The men in these photos look hot. The women are just okay except for JL.

  • sweetlilvoice

    Cannot wait. Seriously. Cannot.

  • PeggyOC

    The use of the phrase “Quarter Quell” is one of the reasons I’m happy I stopped reading after the first book.

  • Laurie Cubbison

    I love the concept they came up with for this movie’s posters – the way they function as movie posters but still function as propaganda within the story itself. Just brilliant!

  • ThaliaMenninger

    JEFFREY WRIGHT!!!!!! Oh, wait. There are other people there?

  • f_yeah_marie

    May I ask how Lo enjoyed and/or disliked the adaptation of the first book? I thought it was well done, though I disagreed with the changes made to Peeta’s character. THG got a way better treatment than the Harry Potter movies, that’s for damn sure.

  • Deac82

    I always thought of Finnick as more late 30s/40s…more Brad Pitt-ish. Also, I always Johanna was older a la Carrie-Anne Moss.

    • Deac82

      But upon further review, I was way off. Finnick is only supposed to be 24

  • marlie

    CAN’T. WAIT.

  • UsedtobeEP

    I wasn’t familiar with him, but add curly longer hair, and that is exactly how I pictured Finnick. Not a blonde at all.

  • Kimmu

    I know Josh Hutcherson seems like a really cool person in real life, but my hatred of Peeta as a character makes me hate Josh’s poor, trying so hard to be manly face.

  • stubbornthoughts

    So thrilled with the casting of Jenna Malone as Johanna. Spot the fuck on.

    Everyone looks greatly photoshopped here. I AM EXCITE!

  • roverrun

    I show dogs, and the times I’m lucky enough to get a photo taken of the win, there will be the crucial moment for the photographer of throwing the squeeky toy so the dog will look alert and into the distance while getting the shot at the same time. You pretty much want the expression that most of these actors show. I just keep imaging the photographer throwing toys into the distance.

    • CozyCat

      Since they’re actors, they’re probably throwing $100 bills into the distance.

      Or maybe designer goodie bags….

  • OrigamiRose

    Without knowing a thing about the story of The Hunger Games, I must say I am thrilled to see Lynn Cohen looking ready to kick some ass. She’s come a long way from replacing vibrators with Jesus statues in Miranda’s nightstand! 🙂

    • librarygrrl64

      She is rocking that Spandex. Snaps to her!

      • OrigamiRose

        I don’t know why but, “Don’t say ‘f'” is my favorite Magda-ism and this shot of her SCREAMS “f” :))

  • Danielle L

    I was SO happy to see Jena Malone was cast as Joanna Mason!

  • GinAndPopcorn

    You want me to look at Jesse Williams? No problem. I’d be happy to look at him anytime, anyplace. I’m with you on wishing he had been cast as Finnick.

    • Jessica O’Connell

      You seem smart. 😀

  • Jennifer Gruenert

    I’m so happy that the women all look like they are ready to compete in something athletic and in similar uniforms to the guys – even looks like they are wearing sports bras!

  • Jennifer Gruenert

    Also, Amanda Plummer?? That makes me want to start watching these!

  • PeaceBang

    Damned if that isn’t Amanda Plummer!!

    • librarygrrl64

      I KNOW!!!

  • fursa_saida

    SEA. GREEN. EYES. I’m sort of terrified to know what he would look like with “bronze-colored hair,” though.