Following yesterday's interview with Elizabeth Banks, Yahoo! now bring us a Q&A with our 'visionary rebel filmmaker' Natalie Dormer, who talks about her character Cressida's look and style in Mockingjay.
On the shift to a more gritty style for Mockingjay:
[...] I was glad to be out of the flowing silk skirts and to be running around with a semi-automatic rifle and army gear for a while. It was fun to be with the boys in the mud and the dirt, and being empowered in a physical sense.
On her haircut for the film affecting her personal style:
It opens you up to exploring more kind of punky, funky looks on the red carpet or at events. But I was actually quite surprised at Comic-Con—there’s a lot of lopsidedness going on.
You can read the full interview, including tidbits regarding Game of Thrones, on Yahoo! Style.
In anticipation of next Wednesday's reveal, following comments on the new teaser poster by Entertainment Weekly and, surprisingly, our very own Effie, Elizabeth Banks, we decided to bring...Batniss to life in the two following mashup posters:
Which one of the two do you prefer? Let us know in the comments and on social media with the hashtag #Batniss...
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