When asked why she thinks so many people relate to the Suzanne Collins series, she told Parade: "I was watching the Kardashian girl (Kim Kardashian) getting divorced, and that's a tragedy for anyone. But they're using it for entertainment, and we're watching it. The books hold up a terrible kind of mirror: This is what our society could be like if we became desensitized to trauma and to each other's pain."
Jennifer has already made a name for herself with her Oscar-nominated performance in 'Winter's Bone,' but it's clear that she'll be elevated to a whole new level of fame once the movie hits theaters.
"I've never played a part this famous," she adds. "It's insane to get recognized from a movie that hasn't been released yet. That's just bizarre. And scary."
'The Hunger Games' opens in theaters on March 23.