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New 'Hunger Games' trailer shows more of heroine Katniss's struggle

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(Read caption) Jennifer Lawrence (r.) stars as Katniss Everdeen, who volunteers to participate in deadly games after her sister is chosen by the cheerful Effie Trinket, played by Elizabeth Banks (l.).

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Ravenous “Hunger Games” fans got another look at the upcoming March movie with the release of a new theatrical trailer yesterday, which will also air during the Super Bowl Sunday.

The movie adaptation is set to be released March 23, and three other movies, adapted from the next two books in the “Hunger Games” trilogy by author Suzanne Collins, are also planned.

Much like earlier teaser and theatrical trailers, the new one, which is a minute and eleven seconds in length, begins by introducing the important choice of heroine Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence). In Collins’ novels, it’s a dystopian future where the government forces two children, or young adults, from each area in the country to participate in deadly games. Only one contestant makes it out alive each time.

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