I don’t know how long we might have sat here if it weren’t for the arrival of the silver parachute, which glides down through the foliage to land before us. No one reaches for it.
“Whose is it, do you think?” I say finally. “No telling,” says Finnick. “Why don’t we let Peeta claim it, since he died today?”
Conflicting emotions cross Thresh’s face. He lowers the rock and points at me, almost accusingly. “Just this one time, I let you go. For the little girl. You and me, we’re even then. No more owed. You understand?”
“Women are approximately 50 per cent of the population. We need art in this medium of cinema and TV that reflects that—full stop. There’s been a bias [toward] three-dimensional male roles, and there’s an evolution happening. This is overdue. When we aren’t talking about gender anymore, we’ve achieved equality. But we still have to talk about inequality until that happens. That’s the dream in any area of society for me: that there is a balance in representation.” - Natalie Dormer for Fashion Magazine (February 2016)
Jennifer and I, like the moment we met each other, there was this friendship that was unparalleled to any actor I’ve ever met before. So it was just really a special, unique―from the same place, both from Kentucky. I think that has a lot to do with it. We’re both just very comfortable acting like crazy people.