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Everything You Want To Know About Hunger Games' Sequel, Catching Fire

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    Update: It is official. Sam Claflin has gotten the coveted role of Finnick O'Dair. Not to rub it in, but we so called it. (Hunger Games Facebook)

    Whatever, okay? Whatever. R29 is obsessed. When it comes to The Hunger Games, we are generally starving (...for information. Get it?). The books have given readers a modern-day heroine, and the movies demonstrate that being Jennifer Lawrence's BFF would be great — and now, the upcoming sequels provide plenty of celluloid gossip fodder.

    We've been tracking the slow reveal of casting choices, since characters like Finnick and Beetee become so crucial later in the books, but before we progress, The Hunger Games fans here decided to come up with a comprehensive doc of each character and who has been picked to play them, plus a little bit of THG-fluent insight. We've got the scoop on Johanna Mason, Finnick Odair, and more. It may go without saying, but movie — and book — spoilers lay ahead.

    Photo: Courtesy of Amazon.com

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