I never wanted any of this. I never wanted to be in the games. I just wanted to save my sister and keep Peeta alive. Miss Everdeen, it’s the things we love most that destroy us.
"You’re alive," I whisper […] Peeta’s alive. And a traitor. But at the moment, I don’t care. Not what he says, or who he says it for, only that he is still capable of speech.
so are we going to talk about the fact that they made katniss look like she is actually 17
You scared me to death! Damn you!
It’s this teeeny tiny moment right near the end of the movie that gets over-looked but if we just stop to think about it for a moment, if Peeta had never picked those exact berries and Katniss had never held on to them for Cato, there would be no victors from Ditrict 12 and no rebellion
I wasn’t in the right shape for Finnick for the audition. I had stubble and there was a picture of me at a premiere and everyone was like: who is this guy? He doesn’t even have blue eyes, let alone copper-coloured hair, a tan or a six pack. (x)
Josh Hutcherson attends the “Escobar: Paradise Lost” premiere at the TIFF 2014
❝ My character especially has been so damaged by the political system and by power that he’s a broken man. The power of the president basically ruined Finnick.
I look into those blue eyes that no amount of dramatic makeup can make truly deadly and remember how, just a year ago, I was prepared to kill him. Convinced he was trying to kill me. Now everything is reversed. I’m determined to keep him alive, knowing the cost will be my own life, but the part of me that is not so brave as I could wish is glad that it’s Peeta, not Haymitch, beside me. Our hands find each other without further discussion. Of course we will go into this as one.