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A Majestic Lenny Kravitz In New Official Capital Portrait As Cinna In 'Catching Fire'

by Tambay A. Obenson
March 5, 2013 7:11 PM
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Cinna Official Capitol Portrait

The first Hunger Games movie did absolutely nothing for me! The hype skipped me. Then again, I suppose I'm not in the film's target audience, so I won't exactly be in any hurry to see the second film in the mega-successful franchise - Catching Fire; even if I take into account the fact that it has more actors of African descent in it than the first movie did. 

Those folks include: Meta Golding playing Enobaria, Maria Howell as Seeder, E. Roger Mitchell as Chaff, Jeffrey Wright as Beetee, and Lenny Kravitz returning as Cinna.

Did I miss any others?

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hits theaters November 22, and the marketing campaign is in full-swing, with the release of character posters (official Capitol Portraits as they're referred to) for key characters from the movie, including this one that surfaced this evening, featuring Kravitz as Cinna:

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  • Justin W | March 6, 2013 12:03 PMReply

    Ugh, I still need to catch up with the first one. I heard mix things about it.

  • Wanett | March 5, 2013 10:11 PMReply

    I'm really looking forward to this. I always think that the first movie in a planned series plays it too safe. The Hunger Games novel had a lot more grit and realism, particularly Josh Hutcherson's character, than was included in the movie. I think with the next one they will, hopefully, stick more to story in the book. Which will be much harder to tone down.

  • EP | March 5, 2013 7:54 PMReply

    Looks like "Rick Owens" boots...Nice

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