Women Wednesday – Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks plays Effie in the Hunger Games series.

Elizabeth Banks

Why She Is Awesome: Elizabeth Banks, in addition to her role as Effie Trinkett, has produced Pitch Perfect and is directing the sequel. She has also starred in the female driven comedy Walk of Shame. Elizabeth also works with many non-profit organizations, including Malaria No More, Stand Up 2 Cancer and the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR).

Malaria No More

Stand Up 2 Cancer is an organization that raises money for cancer research to find a cure for cancer.

American Foundation for AIDS Research, known as amfAR, is an organization that is dedicated to the support of AIDS research, AIDS prevention, treatment, education and the advocacy of sound AIDS-related public policy.

Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks

Elizabeth Banks has played supporting roles in so many films (Spider Man, Catch Me If You Can, Seabiscuit) as well as roles in films like Definitely, Maybe, Walk of Shame and her role as Effie Trinkett in The Hunger Games series. She also was in Pitch Perfect, which she also produced. She will be directing the upcoming sequel, Pitch Perfect 2. Other upcoming projects include The Hunger Games: Mockingly Part II and Magic Mike XXL.

Elizabeth Banks has her own YouTube channel, and here is the most recent video:

Interviewing Jennifer Lawrence for Ask a Badass


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