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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (11-Nov-2013)

Director: Francis Lawrence

Writers: Simon Beaufoy; Michael deBruyn

From novel: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Keywords: Sci-Fi

A rebellion in Panem turns Hunger Games victors Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mallark into enemies of the state, forcing them into an all-new life-or-death adventure.

ABSTRACT
Fresh off their "victory" at the 74th Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mallark embark on a mandated "Victor's Tour" of the districts of Panem. Informed by an angry President Snow that her rule-bending at the last Hunger Games has placed a target on her back, Katniss ultimately resorts to desperate measures to guarantee her continued safety and that of Peeta's, remaining ever-mindful of the totalitarian regime in power in the Capitol as the next Hunger Games draw near.

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Nelson Ascencio
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30-Aug-1964   MADtv
Elizabeth Banks
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Woody Harrelson
Actor
23-Jul-1961   Woody from Cheers
Liam Hemsworth
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13-Jan-1990   The Hunger Games
Philip Seymour Hoffman
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Josh Hutcherson
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12-Oct-1992   Bridge to Terabithia
Toby Jones
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Lenny Kravitz
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Jennifer Lawrence
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Paula Malcomson
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1970   Trixie on Deadwood
Jena Malone
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21-Nov-1984   Saved!
Amanda Plummer
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23-Mar-1957   Pulp Fiction
Donald Sutherland
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17-Jul-1935   The Dirty Dozen
Stanley Tucci
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11-Jan-1960   Joe Gould's Secret
Jeffrey Wright
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7-Dec-1965   Basquiat

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