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“Hunger Games” poster has Katniss taking aim


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Lionsgate has been doling out “Hunger Games” character poster over the last few weeks. Today, the most important of the bunch landed online.

Boasting the tag line “The World Will Be Watching,” Lionsgate’s poster for Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen arrived on the Web, showing off the lead character’s archery skills which, we hope, will help her prevail in this game of survival.

Gary Ross directs “The Hunger Games” from the best-selling books by Suzanne Collins. Lawrence, an Oscar nominee for “Winter’s Bone,” plays a teenager who agrees to take her sister’s part in a brutal, futuristic game of survival.

“The Hunger Games” will be the first of four planned films. It arrives in theaters on March 23. Here’s the poster. What do you think?

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