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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

146 min
Adventure | Sci-Fi
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Francis Lawrence
Nominated for Golden Globe. Another 24 wins & 52 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2013-11-22
Filming Locations: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Budget: $130,000,000
Opening Weekend: $161,125,000 (USA) (24 November 2013)
Gross: $424,645,577 (USA) (30 March 2014)
Elizabeth Banks
Elizabeth Banks
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Alan Ritchson
Alan Ritchson
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Willow Shields
Willow Shields
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Liam Hemsworth
Gale Hawthorne
Jack Quaid
Taylor St. Clair
Sandra Ellis Lafferty
Greasy Sae
Woody Harrelson
Haymitch Abernathy
Josh Hutcherson
Peeta Mellark
Paula Malcomson
Katniss' Mother
Donald Sutherland
President Snow
Bruce Bundy
Nelson Ascencio
Lenny Kravitz
Stanley Tucci
Caesar Flickerman
Afemo Omilami
District 11 Mayor
Kimberley Drummond
Rue's Aunt
Deena Beasley
Thresh's Grandmother
Leon Lamar
Old Man
Mandy Neuhaus
Flower Girl
Erika Bierman
Snow's Granddaughter
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Plutarch Heavensbee
Wilbur Fitzgerald
Patrick St. Esprit
Commander Thread
Jill Jane Clements
Old Lady
James Sutton
Presidential Guard
Stephanie Leigh Schlund
Meta Golding
Jeffrey Wright
Amanda Plummer
Megan Hayes
Female Morphling
Sam Claflin
Finnick Odair
Stef Dawson
Annie Cresta
Lynn Cohen
Toby Jones
Claudius Templesmith
Jena Malone
Johanna Mason
James Logan
District 5 Male Tribute
E. Roger Mitchell
Bruno Gunn
Maria Howell
Judd Lormand
Hovercraft Peacekeeper
Elena Sanchez
John Casino
Marian Green
District 9 Female Tribute (as Marian Greene)
Daniel Bernhardt
District 9 Male Tribute
Ravi Naidu
Operator #1
Franco Castan
Operator #2
Andrea Alcorn
D12 Hob (uncredited)
Jared Allman
Capital Aristocrat (uncredited)
Scott Alms
Game Tech
Angela Dawn Atchley
Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Laura Avnaim
Trainer (uncredited)
Noëlle Renée Bercy
District II Citizen (uncredited)
JoAnn Bernat
Hobb District Worker (uncredited)
Terri Blazek
Game Tech
Christina Blizzard
Capitol (uncredited)
Kurt Bonatz
Tribute Past Victor District 2 (uncredited)
Jenna Brandi
District 4 Citizen / District 6 Citizen (uncredited)
Giovanna Braund
Capitol (uncredited)
Starlin Britt
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Tyler Buckingham
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Nicky Buggs
Tympanist (uncredited)
Charles Casey
District 6 Official (uncredited)
Harley Castro
Jordan Christian
District 11 Rioter (uncredited)
Chuck Clark
District 8 Official
Hunter Clowdus
Capitol (uncredited)
Brian E. Cole
District 11 Rioter (uncredited)
Rita Conte
Hob (uncredited)
Samantha Gillies Cox
District member 1 / 2 / 3 / 11, District 3 Council Member (uncredited)
Greg Crews
Camryn Curtis
Rue's Sister (uncredited)
Courtney Curtis
Rue's Sister (uncredited)
John Deifer
District 12 Hob Vendor / Rioter (uncredited)
Kathryn Dickerson
District 4 Family Member (uncredited)
Max DiNatale
Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Elyse Dufour
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Rode Ferland
Marcus (uncredited)
Michael J. Flanagan
Presidential Cabinet (uncredited)
John Fleischmann
District 8 Official
William Frasca
Capital Aristocrat (uncredited)
Miranda-Lynn Gartin
Capitol Woman (uncredited)
Jeff Matthew Glover
Presidential Cabinet Member (uncredited)
Robert Hatch
District 3 / District 11 Rioter (uncredited)
Ron Heisler
Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Karen Henning
Capital Aristocrat (uncredited)
Christian Higgins
District 11 Rioter (uncredited)
Sarah Turner Holland
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Vincent Howard
Coal Miner / Farmer / Textile Worker (uncredited)
Raiden Integra
District 11 Rioter (uncredited)
Kenneth Israel
Abigail Jackson
Past Victor District 2 (uncredited)
Michael Jaegers
Gale Miner (uncredited)
John Jaret
Timpani Drummer
Dale Jennings
Citizen (uncredited)
Jevon Johnson
District 11 / Farm Boy (uncredited)
Berglind Jonsdottir
Past Victor District 2 (uncredited)
Bobby Jordan
Angela Kerecz
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Debi Kimsey
Dowager Capitol Woman (uncredited)
Stylist of District 10 (uncredited)
Mehmet Korhan
Game Tech
Kirk LaSalle
Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Ivette Li-Sanchez
Tribute Girl District 5
Juliet London
Outraged Capitol Woman (uncredited)
Kenneth Manos
Game Tech
Lindley Mayer
Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Taylor McPherson
District 12 / 8 Citizen (uncredited)
Mike McVearry
Capitol (uncredited)
Gary Miller
Hob Vendor - District 12 (uncredited)
Rocky Mohammed
Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Jaylen Moore
Peacemaker (uncredited)
Aaron Taylor Morrow
District 12 Member (uncredited)
Moses J. Moseley
District 11 citizen (uncredited)
Kevin J. O'Connor
Capital Citizen (uncredited)
Dayo Okeniyi
Jonathan Pal
Avox Boy (uncredited)
William Palmer Jr.
Gamemaker Disciple (uncredited)
John J. Palomino
Game Tech
Christopher Payne
Coal Miner (uncredited)
April Phipps
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Kathy Walton Pulley
District 12 (uncredited)
Keith Ratchek
Old Peacekeeper #1 (uncredited)
Edd Robinson
Gamekeeper Disciple (uncredited)
Joel Rogers
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Dillon Roseen
District 11 Rioter (uncredited)
Anthony Rosso
District 12 / 8 Male (uncredited)
Julisita Salcedo
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Nancy Sandlin
District 6 Official / District 4 Citizen (uncredited)
Gina Santiago
District 3 Worker (uncredited)
Eli Shannon
Capitol Aristocrat (uncredited)
Jackson Spidell
Tribute Man District 10 (uncredited)
Ron Stafford
Past Victor District 4 (uncredited)
Amandla Stenberg
Kelly Sturniolo
Hob Vendor / District 12 Resident (uncredited)
Don Teems
District 3 Worker (uncredited)
William Tokarsky
Someone Else (uncredited)
Jerrad Vunovich
District 3 Man (uncredited)
Bilan Walker
District 11 Rioter (uncredited)
Eli Walker
District 12 Citizen (uncredited)
Bailee Watters
Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Ben Weddington
Propaganda Miner (uncredited)
Joseph Wesolowski
Districts 3 & 11 - Extra (uncredited)
Memi West
Amy Westmoreland
District 12 Hob Mother (uncredited)
Garret Ethan Whittington
District 11 Rioter (uncredited)
Nickolas Wolf
Hob Kid (uncredited)
Did you know?
Including the 18 tributes that died in the recent Hunger Games and the 2nd Quarter Quell in which 47 tributes died, a total of 1,743 tributes have died in the 75 year history of Panem.
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Co-stars Woody Harrelson and Philip Seymour Hoffman share the same birthday (July 23rd).
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Donald Sutherland and Jena Malone previously played father and daughter in Pride & Prejudice (2005).
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When the Quarter Quell is being announced, we see Katniss, Prim and her mother on the couch from afar. Her mother has her legs crossed and is shaking them, but in the next shot her legs are apart and still. Also, Prim was seen petting her cat but is not in the next shot.
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When Katniss is sitting in the room with the President, a lock of hair repeatedly changes position between shots.
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None of the tributes leave the stage after their interviews with Caeser, so how does Joanna talk to Katniss between their interviews.
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Effie Trinket: Eyes bright, chins up, smiles on. I'm talking to you, Katniss.
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Katniss Everdeen: Finnick Odair, right?
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Cinna: No waving and smiling this time. I want you to look straight ahead as if the audience and this whole event are beneath you.
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Why did Peeta paint Rue's picture and Katniss hang a dummy for the Gamemakers?
Peeta painted Rue's picture to hold the Gamemakers responsible for her death. Seneca Crane was the previous Head Gamemaker, who was executed for allowing two victors. Katniss painted his name on a dummy and hanged it to warn them that they're not safe and the same thing could easily happen to them. She also wanted to show them up.
Is there anything after the credits?
No, there is no scene after the credits.
What is the logo shown before the credits?
It's the Hunger Games logo, which changes into the Catching Fire logo and finally into the Mockingjay Part 1 logo.
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Photos from cast
Elizabeth Banks Alan Ritchson Jennifer Lawrence Willow Shields
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