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The Capitol has released living portrait for Johanna in preparation for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ release.

Capitol Couture is proud to commemorate President Snow’s “One Panem” initiative with a brand new Special Issue of Capitol Couture focusing on collaborations in art, fashion, and design.

Today we celebrate the incredible achievements coming out of the Capitol—the beating heart of Panem. Gaze upon the fervently awaited Capitol Citizen Living Portraits presented by Capitol Couture featuring your cherished victors Johanna Mason and Peeta Mellark as they stand proudly before Panem.






Thanks to my friend Kaci Jena Malone Network has new beautiful themes, both for the main site and gallery! Let me know in comments what do you think about them.




Jena did a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) alongside Lem Jay Ignacio in support of their band The Shoe‘s upcoming debut album release where she answered some “The Hunger Games” questions!

How different was portraying this Johanna in Mockingjay from the one we know in Catching Fire?
Johanna was very hard bird to crack. I think the first entry into her was discovering what true anger felt like and living in it for a prolonged amount of time.

Jena, what was the most rewarding experience in filming Catching Fire? Also, did anything funny happen on set? I preordered the signed album. I can’t wait!
The most rewarding experience was getting to work the amazing cast. We have all kind of fallen in love with each other so going to work every day is such a treat.

Hi Jena, If you could have written music for any movie you have already starred in, which would it have been? And would you have preferred writing the score or just a single song?
Gosh we would love to write something for the new Mockingjay films!




Photos from all the events Jena attended this year have been added to the gallery. I’ve always been a fan of how she dresses, but her choices have been amazing lately! Big thanks to my friends Claudia and Ann for donating some of the photos.






Jena looks stunning on the cover of Foam February issue while rocking a few poses for the Andrew Stiles-shot spread. In the interview she dished about her acting career and her love for photography. Big thanks to my friend Claudia for the outtakes, I feel the new theme coming!

“I don’t put too much pressure on my career path,” Miss Malone explained. “Because tomorrow I could get a script where it’s, like, full-on performance art, and I’d be playing a tree and I could think, that’s really what I want to do next. I never let anyone tell me what I should be doing. I think that was the thing that kept me normal.”

In regards to her hobbies, Jena states she finds photography completely fascinating.

“Basically, it’s just about control. When I’m acting, I’m just one of the variables, but [with photography] I get to figure out everything: the props, the setting, the tone, the texture. I can’t really control my creative impulses; I just have to follow and respect them.”






For the 16th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards the field is filled with outstandingly talented nominees, with the winners to be announced on February 22nd. One of Jena’s biggest projects this year – “THG: Catching Fire”, scored nomination in its category.

EXCELLENCE IN FANTASY FILM
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – Ann Maskrey, Richard Taylor, Bob Buck
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – Trish Summerville
Oz: The Great and Powerful – Gary Jones, Michael Kutsche