Jennifer Lawrence and her co-stars knocked back whiskey shots on the red carpet during the New York City premiere of the final Hunger Games movie.
The castmates have been travelling the world promoting The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, and on Wednesday night (18Nov15), they screened the final instalment in the franchise in the Big Apple.
During the red carpet event, the actors were all offered shots of bourbon by MTV reporter Josh Horowitz, and Jennifer was pictured happily knocking back the whiskey in front of the crowds.
Her co-stars Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Sam Claflin and Natalie Dormer were also photographed downing the potent drinks on the red carpet with Horowitz, who shared the snaps online.
"I did 8 shots of bourbon tonight with the cast of The Hunger Games... Gotta go throw up now. Bye....." the reporter tweeted after the event.
Actress Jena Malone turned down a shot of whiskey, and ate a miniature cupcake instead.
The Hunger Games co-stars have created plenty of mischief during the press tour, with Jennifer notably pranking a pair of comedians who set her up for an awkward interview.
The Oscar-winning actress sat for a chat with the stars of online sketch show Smosh, Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla, and she was in on the joke as they attempted to make the questions as cringe-worthy as possible.
She was being fed witty responses by her co-stars Liam and Josh through an ear-piece, and she terrified the hosts when she cut the interview short with a stormy rant after one of the men took off his shoes.
"Do you not feel like in a professional situation you should stay fully clothed out of respect for who you are interviewing?" she snapped. "I just feel like I have to do these interviews all day, in heels. I don't know why the shoe thing got to me, I'm like this motherf**ker thinks he can come in and take off his f**king shoes? I've been in heels for 12 hours."
After storming out, Liam and Josh both scolded the pranksters for their treatment of Jennifer, before the actress swept back into the room declaring it had all been a joke.