With the year's most anticipated film The Hunger Games set for release next week, ET spent some time with the film's cast, including star Jennifer Lawrence, who set the record straight about some recent issues that were inaccurately disseminated in the press.
Lawrence first addressed a skewed quote about Kristen Stewart in which she said she wouldn't want to be as famous as the Twilight star.
"I meant I wouldn't have wanted the way that [fame] happened to her," she clarified. "Those movies came out and they just exploded [into fame]. They had no idea…I wouldn't want to be famous…by complete surprise."
The second issue that deemed clarification was her reaction to an on-set prank that co-star Josh Hutcherson played on her during which she allegedly peed her pants due to being startled.
"[Josh] took this mutilated corpse thing and put it in my bathroom sitting on the toilet holding toilet paper and shut the door so that I go into my trailer, open the door, and freak out," she recounted.
"I had to pee and then I open the door [and got scared] so a tiny bit of pee came out…and then he goes on Ellen DeGeneres and was like, 'She peed her pants.' I didn't fully pee my pants," she explained.
Check out the full interview above to hear what the Hunger Games cast had to say about comparisons to Twilight and how they are planning to deal with the ensuing fame from the film.
The Hunger Games will be in theaters Friday, March 23.