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The Boys Of Hunger Games' Catching Fire: Official Portraits Of Finnick, Peeta, Gale

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    Ugh, we have the worst news. The absolute worst news. It is March 6. And we are so sorry to let you know that it will actually be 261 days until Catching Fire comes out. That means it is eight months and 16 days, or approximately 6,260 hours until we get to watch Panem host the 75th Annual Hunger Games. (You guys think this is bad? You should have seen your author when the Harry Potter books and movies were rolling out at snail's pace.)

    Fortunately, in the meantime, we are being given bits and scraps to sustain us between films, and the mysterious Capitol Couture is back again, teasing Miley's fiancé Liam Hemsworth as Gale, Josh Hutcheson's Peeta, and our first glimpse at crucial "Catching Fire" character Finnick Odair. But it's not just these hotties who got painted on that eerie green background, but a few other Panem familiars (including Miss Katniss herself, who is looking awfully Black Swan in her picture). The lifelike "paintings" feel like each character's official "presentation" — an eerie, disconcerting feeling for anyone who is familiar with the trilogy.

    Once again, Capital Couture is gearing up to be a serious Hunger Game fan favorite (and possibly the most effective marketing arm of a studio, ever). This time around, if the site leaks even a quarter of the juicy info it did last go-round, it will certainly quell our curiosity. For the next 261 days, at least.

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