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Jennifer Lawrence Spoofs 'The Hunger Games,' 'The Hobbit' on 'Saturday Night Live'

Fandango readers have already proclaimed The Hunger Games: Catching Fire their most anticipated movie of 2013. They’ll be thrilled to hear that we don’t have to wait until November to see Games star and recent Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence back in Katniss Everdeen’s shoes.

Lawrence hosted Saturday Night Live over the weekend, and participated in an amusing sketch held during a post-Games news press conference. Check it out below:

It’s not only a clever dig at Suzanne Collins’ literary sensation, but a satirical swipe at the post-sporting-event press conference coaches and players have to endure after a big game. And if you happened to watch any NFL coverage on Sunday, you know how inane these televised situations can get. 
Lawrence didn’t stop there, though. She and the SNL cast members also imagined how many additional Hobbit films Peter Jackson could have made, now that he knows audiences are going to flock to each of these installments. 

We love Lawrence, and admire her sense of humor. Also, I actually want to see The Hobbit 13: Gandalf Tries to Remember a Name. “No one in this realm is named Todd!”
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