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'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' clip shows Katniss tearful and scared

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Being in a life-saving fake relationship so you aren’t executed for being disloyal to the Capitol has its downsides.

As part of yesterday’s ‘Global Fan Day’ Facebook released a new clip from the The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The 39-second segment shows a tearful Katniss scared about choices she’s made, and worrying about how best to keep both herself and Peeta alive post-Victory Tour.

“This trip doesn’t end when you get back home,” Haymitch (Woody Harrelson) says after she asks for guidance. “You never get off this train. You’re a mentor now. You two are mentors now. From now on, your job is to be a distraction so people forget what their real problems are.”

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First 'Catching Fire' clip shows Katniss and Gale's tense confrontation -- VIDEO

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Some Katnisses are born great, some Katnisses achieve greatness, and some Katnisses have greatness thrust upon them.

The heroine at the center of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire may seem to fall under the first category — but she sees herself as a member of the third. As the Girl on Fire tells her oldest friend Gale in this first uninterrupted clip from the film, she never intended to become a revolutionary leader. All Katniss Everdeen really wants is to ensure the safety of her family and loved ones.

Unfortunately, the restless, downtrodden citizens of Panem have other plans for her. And Gale is serving as their mouthpiece: “You haven’t hurt people, Katniss — you’ve given them an opportunity. They just have to be brave enough to take it.”

Catch the clip below, as presented by Liam Hemsworth on Tonight Tuesday. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire blazes into theaters Nov. 22.

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Final 'Catching Fire' trailer debuts during World Series Game 4 -- VIDEO

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“Would you like to be in a real war?” And baseball fans think the World Series are high stakes!

Lionsgate debuted the final trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire during Sunday night’s nail-biter Game 4 of the World Series matchup between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals. (A nice nod of the head to the fact that women watch sports and men will go see movies starring female heroes.)

It was a killer spot that teased more of the new treacherous arena of the all-star tribute games. Howler monkeys. Jabberjays. Jennifer Lawrence doing what she does best (when her face throbs with panic and she lets loose one of those raspy screams). Willow Shields’ Prim and Josh Hutcherson’s Peeta, and Donald Sutherland’s President Snow’s menacing voice of course, had nice moments. But the trailer rightfully belonged to Lawrence’s Katniss. Also, HOPE IS STRONGER THAN FEAR.

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How a guy with a clever Vine and Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence scored cameos in 'Dumb and Dumber To'

Peter Farrelly knows how much people love Dumb and Dumber. Of course he’s a little more self-deprecating about it than that, and attributes it more to the fact that it’s just always on television. Still, the 1994 Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels comedy that he created with his brother Bobby was a cultural phenomenon. Has anyone been able to mention Big Gulps or John Denver in the past 20 years without thinking of Lloyd and Harry?

EW spoke to Peter Farrelly, currently shooting the sequel in Atlanta, about two super fans who scored cameos in his movie. One is a guy you’ve never heard of who happened to make a Vine that made the Farrellys laugh. The other is Oscar-winning actress and proclaimed Dumb and Dumber expert Jennifer Lawrence.

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'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire': See the first TV spot

Rejoice, citizens of Panem: Only 37 days remain before the 75th annual Hunger Games! And if the following advertisement is any indication, this year’s competition is going to be a doozy — filled with love triangles, fiery costumes, and some very sharp shooting.

(Translation: The first TV spot for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire debuted on Walmart’s Facebook page about 13 hours ago. It packs a lot of drama into one very tense minute, including angsty scenes for those on Team Peeta, Team Gale, and Team Prim. Wait, is anyone on Team Prim? In any case, check it out for yourself below.)

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'American Hustle' trailer: Bradley Cooper gets a perm, Christian Bale gets a belly

Everything is cloaked in the gritty, suffocating glamour of sequins, cigarette smoke, high-stakes cons and hairspray in the newest trailer for David O. Russell’s American Hustle. Stars Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale, Jennifer Lawrence, and Amy Adams are in perfect 1970s form — especially Cooper in those hair curlers.

Russell’s ensemble drama follows a con artist (Bale) and his partner (Adams) as they team up with an eager FBI agent (Cooper) to expose other players of the Camden, New Jersey underworld. Lawrence is all grown up in the trailer below and Jeremy Renner, Robert De Niro, and Louis C.K. also appear in the star-studded period pic.

Check out the latest trailer, featuring the Electric Light Orchestra anthem “10538 Overture.”

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Casting Net: Rob Riggle joins 'Dumb and Dumber To', Jennifer Lawrence to play a young Kathleen Turner, more

• Comedian Rob Riggle (21 Jump Street) will take on dual roles in Dumb and Dumber To, where he’ll play twins Travis and Captain Lippencott. Travis is a handyman and Captain is…”unstable.” He’ll be joining Dumb and Dumber stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, and new additions Kathleen Turner and Laurie Holden. Directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly are currently shooting the movie in Atlanta. Jennifer Lawrence will also appear as a younger version of Turner in a cameo role. [THR]

Justified’s Walton Goggins will join Inside Llewyn Davis’s Oscar Isaac and Garrett Hedlund in Mojave, about a suicidal artist who flees to the desert and encounters a homicidal drifter. William Monahan (London Boulevard) is directing the movie off of his own script. [Deadline]

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Casting Net: Jennifer Lawrence to star in 'East of Eden'; Plus, Theo James, and more

Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence is set to star in Universal’s adaptation of John Steinbeck‘s classic novel East of Eden. Lawrence will re-team with her Hunger Games director Gary Ross for the project, which Brian Grazer is producing through Imagine Entertainment. The novel was previously adapted for the big screen in 1955 by Elia Kazan, and starred James Dean. Ross and Lawrence are also looking to work together on an adaptation of Hannah Kent’s Burial Rites. [Deadline]
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'American Hustle' trailer has Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, and Christian Bale looking straight out of the 1970s

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There’s your typical Oscar-hopeful December release, and then there’s American Hustle, David O. Russell’s follow-up to last year’s Silver Linings Playbook.

It’s a reunion of sorts as Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro once again partner with director Russell, this time joined by Russell’s The Fighter heavyweights Christian Bale and Amy Adams. The 1970s-set picture will focus on the true story of Abscam, a famous FBI sting operation. The story centers around a notorious financial con artist (Bale) and his mistress/partner in crime (Adams), who were forced to work with a rogue federal agent (Cooper) to turn the tables on mobsters and politicians. “Everyone is playing someone they’ve never played before,” Russell explained on Good Morning America this morning. “…The economy, like it is today, was in a tough place,and people very eager if not desperate to make something happen, and when people are like that lots of crazy things can happen.”

Check out the trailer — full of ’70s hairdos (Cooper’s got a perm!) and featuring Led Zeppelin’s “Good Times Bad Times” — below: READ FULL STORY

Finnick! Shirtless! In new 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' photo!

Well, Hunger Games fans, does he look how you dreamed he’d look?

It’s a great week for intel about The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Right after Lionsgate premiered a new Hunger Games trailer at Comic-Con, they’ve gone and released a new photo of a shirtless Finnick Odair (Sam Claflin), who’ll make his debut in the second installment of the franchise. The photo above comes straight from a scene in the book, when Katniss recounts first meeting Finnick: “He offered me a sugar cube and asked to know all my secrets.”

Now that fans are likely back in full countdown mode (Catching Fire opens November 22), go ahead and re-watch the new trailer, which premiered over the weekend:
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