In this installment, Katniss has returned home safe with fellow tribute Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), but during their Victor’s Tour, she senses a rebellion is imminent. Meanwhile, President Snow prepares for The Quarter Quell where previous victors must participate in The Hunger Games again.
“In Catching Fire, some of the looks in are pretty intense, very colorful, so that was great fun because it took me completely into another world that’s not particularly my aesthetic,” costume designer Trish Summerville told EW. “I like a lot of muted tones and unsaturated, washed out…and that was great because it propelled my mind to think in a really different manner because it is quite over the top. It’s kind of futuristic, but it’s not sci-fi on any level. It’s really bold and really colorful and quite campy at times, then it gets really serious. I tried to bring a little bit of darkness to it, you’re seeing a world that was already created in a book.”
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hits theaters on November 22nd!
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