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I made the Catching Fire posters better Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Monday, 11 March 2013 10:35

At the tail end of last week, a long wave of Catching Fire posters - sorry, portraits - all arrived online. Sexy, stylish and full of cool costumes and awesome purple hair (hello to Stanley Tucci), they were all well and good. Just a bit, well, you know, dull. After all, how exciting can a painting of someone sitting on a chair be? Even if that person is Jennifer Lawrence or Jeffrey Wright? 


So I made them better:

Catching Fire poster       Catching Fire poster

Catching Fire poster       Catching Fire poster


Catching Fire is out in UK cinemas in November. Which, frankly, is too far away.