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Actress Elizabeth Banks, starring in the upcoming comedy "Our Idiot Brother," took time out to talk to "Extra" about her next big project: the highly anticipated "Hunger Games," based on the popular novels by Suzanne Collins.
The story takes place in a not-too-distant future in which an annual televised event, sponsored by the Capitol, chooses one boy and one girl from each district to fight to the death.
"We are having a lot of fun filming it," said Banks. "It's such a great world to be in, such a creatively drawn world Suzanne Collins came up with... what does the future look like?"
Banks plays Effie Trinket, a character she described as "a mentor to the lead characters in the Hunger Games. She's a Capitol resident. She's sort of on the wrong side of it."