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Trying to catch the girl on fire from 'Catching Fire'

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We all really hoped you, Katniss, would come out. So we waited. We met Effie Trinket (Elizabeth Banks), your now-exhausted publicist.

We listened to confessions from Enobaria (Meta Golding), a fellow champion known for tearing out a rival's throat with her teeth.

We learned what it took to toss an axe better than any other hunger games tribute.

But Katniss, you sly fox, you eluded us, all of us -- no matter our allegiances of the heart.

Then like a vision the girl on fire appeared -- and walked right by us. It seems catching fire is a lot easier than catching Jennifer Lawrence.

But we can't really blame her. We'd just have to settle for assurances of how fun she is around her fellow cast-members from a former champion from Panem's fishing district.

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