Jennifer Lawrence admits fiesty character Katniss Everdeen inspired her to speak out in Berlin. Rough Cut - no reporter narration
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Actress Jennifer Lawrence said on Tuesday (November 3) that the reluctant warrior character Katniss Everdeen who she plays for the fourth time in the new "Hunger Games" movie may well have inspired her to speak out against the gender-pay gap in the film industry. Co-star Donald Sutherland, who plays the tyrannical President Snow whose government is the target of the revolution led by Katniss, said he hoped the hugely popular films would motivate young people worldwide to become political activists. But while many of the characters may not end up with a clear-cut happy ending, the cast and crew will be hoping for an all-guns-blazing end to the smash hit franchise at the film's world premiere set for Berlin on Wednesday (November 4).