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Hunger Games stars make their mark in Hollywood

Published 01/11/2015

Josh Hutcherson, Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth show off their hands after the LA ceremony (AP)
Josh Hutcherson, Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth show off their hands after the LA ceremony (AP)

The Hunger Games stars Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson left their mark in Hollywood when they placed their hands and feet in cement in front of the famous TCL Chinese Theatre.

Oscar winner Lawrence, who shot to worldwide fame as heroine Katniss Everdeen, was joined by her two male co-stars for the ceremony on Hollywood Boulevard just weeks before the release of the final instalment in the hit franchise, Mockingjay - Part 2.

Dressed in a sleeveless cropped white top and printed, flowing skirt, she told the cheering crowds of fans: "We are very grateful, I think I can say that on behalf of everyone here for the Hunger Games. I can't remember your names, I'm just kidding, I know everybody."

Hemsworth, who braved the heat in a black suit and tie, hugged and high-fived his co-stars while saying: "I'm honoured to share this with you both, I love you both so much, you are my best friends. Let's just be friends forever,"

Meanwhile, Hutcherson, in a grey suit, paid tribute to the fans who have made the book adaptations such huge successes.

"I have to say, The Hunger Games fans supported us from the beginning, before we even made one movie which could have been horrible.

"Thank you for that, when we do these press tours you give us the energy to keep going and this means a lot to all of us."

:: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 will be released in UK cinemas on November 19.

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