Katniss Everdeen's next cinematic adventure is still months away, but Lionsgate is whetting fans' appetites with the release of the occasional poster or teaser trailer. So far, we've seen Katniss and Peeta looking as angelic as possible on their victory tour, and images of the most prominent cast members paired with a single chair.
Lionsgate revealed the latest "Catching Fire" poster to Instagram Tuesday, after posting a series of cryptic photos of the book itself.
In the new image, the film's heroine, played by Jennifer Lawrence, stands tall with her bow and arrow atop a mountain.
"The sun persists in rising, so I make myself stand," the tagline reads. The clouds behind her have formed into the shape of a mockingjay, the story's symbol of rebellion and freedom.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" hits theaters November 22.
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