STYLE: Bold Face Bold Face: Eat a (Turkey) Sandwich By Deirdre Carroll Friday, November 16, 2012 1:30 PM Bold Face explores the cult of celebrity and the styles, trends and brands that stars show off in movies, at events and living their daily lives. To be considered for inclusion please contact senior editor, Deirdre Carroll. As many of us get ready to stuff ourselves in gratitude for all our blessings, and in honor of the sequel which began filming this fall, Bold Face is highlighting three actors that appeared in a popular film about those who never have enough to eat. Enjoy a turkey sandwich in their honor… Jennifer Lawrence recently went on record in an interview in the December issue of Elle magazine saying that by Hollywood standards she is “considered a fat actress.” This is quite a statement for an actress who can credit a movie about a dystopian post-apocalyptic future where food is scarce for her success, but the 22-year-old actress, who played Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games, said she will not starve herself for any part. Given her role model status that is an admirable stand. She is however a fan of being fit and healthy and has been snapped leaving the gym in a pair of Yves Saint Laurent 2334/s sunglasses from Safilo. Lawrence can currently be seen on the big screen in Silver Linings Playbook and next year in the highly-anticipated sequel The Hunger Games: Catching Fire… Jack Quaid, the only son of Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid, recently made his feature-film debut in The Hunger Games. Quaid plays, Marvel from District 1, one of the 24 tributes forced to fight to the death in the annual Hunger Games televised event. Marvel is one of the “careers” and he is best known for killing Rue, the 12 year old girl from District 11, and Katniss Everdeen's ally. In real life, Quaid is only killing it in school. He is studying drama in the Experimental Theatre Wing at New York University and rocking some Salvatore Ferragamo SF109SL sunglasses from Marchon in his down time… Elizabeth Banks’ character in The Hunger Games has never been concerned about not having enough to eat. Sporting bright pink hair, Banks’ portrayal of Effie Trinket, a woman from "The Capitol" who is tasked with escorting the tributes from District 12 to the Hunger Games, provides some of the comic relief to film, as well as setting up the contrast between the hardship of the Districts and the excess of The Capital. Banks seems to gravitate toward color in her real life too as she can be seen hear wearing the blue Versace VE4213B sunglasses from Luxottica while out an about Los Angeles. Banks’ most recent project, Pitch Perfect, is a musical comedy about an all-girl a cappella group, but the actress will be reprising her role in The Hunger Games sequel out next year.