'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Premiere: Evan Ross Talks Married Life, Stars Dish on Jennifer Lawrence, Much More!

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Evan Ross couldn't help but gush over his new wife Ashlee Simpson at the Hunger Games: Mockingjay premiere.

When asked if married life feels different, the actor, who plays Messalla in the film, said Monday night, "It's not different. I've been with her now for a while, so it feels right. I'm happy to say she's my wife."

Although Ashlee already has a 5-year-old son, Bronx, with her ex-husband Pete Wentz, it looks like she and Evan will be expanding their family at some point. When we asked if they wanted to have kids together in the near future, Evan told us, "I would love to." As for how many, Diana Ross's son replied, "as many as possible."

Aside from Evan's take on married life, Elizabeth Banks hinted at how stripped down her character, Effie Trinket gets in District 13, saying her usually crazy manicures weren't "so bad this time around," adding, "my nails just got left to their own devices. District 13...there's no manicures."

And the stars also got candid about their favorite parts about shooting with Jennifer Lawrence, who stunned on the carpet in a cream, floral Christian Dior fall 2014 couture gown.

Elden Henson, who plays Pollux in the film, told us it was her sense of humor. "She's really fun," he added. Meanwhile, Erika Bierman, who plays President Snow's granddaughter said, "she just told me to be myself and chill."

"She's taught me a lot about life in general and also acting," Willow Shields, who plays Katniss' sister Primose Everdeen, told us. "I've been able to work with her and witness her act and on the carpet for four years now."

Check out all of our red carpet scoop and more red carpet craziness at Monday night's premiere in Los Angeles in the clip above!

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