They'll compete side by side in the arena in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," but what happens when tributes stop being polite and start getting real? Real competitive, that is.
In the latest edition of "After Hours" with MTV News' Josh Horowitz, "Catching Fire" castmembers Jena Malone and Sam Claflin, who play District 7's Johanna Mason and District 4's Finnick Odair, respectively, in the second installment of the adaptation of the best-selling young adult trilogy, set out to see which of them has more "Hunger Games" savvy.
The duo is put through their paces in the first annual "Hunger Games" Games. It's no Quarter Quell, but the competition is fierce nonetheless. In the three-part trial, Claflin and Malone must identify their fellow tributes using only their headless torsos for reference, answer tricky "Hunger Games" trivia (watch out: knowing a few key changes from the books to the movies may prove to be essential) and draw a portrait of Katniss, the Girl on Fire herself, co-star Jennifer Lawrence.
It's safe to say that neither Claflin nor Malone should trade in their acting careers for a venture into visual art.
Which tribute will emerge from "The Hunger Games" Games arena a victor, and which will have to be content with a participation ribbon? Which will draw a picture of J-Law that is described as "literally a face with a tongue"? Which will dare make fun of the name of the game? (Spoiler alert on that one: Neither.) Watch the clip above to find out, and look out for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" in theaters everywhere on November 22.