"They want to see their movie done correctly, trust me," said Kravitz.
The stars of "The Hunger Games" have been feeling the heat from die-hard fans of the much-anticipated movie version of the best-selling novel.
"The fans of 'The Hunger Games,' of the book, are very passionate," said Kravitz. "It's funny: Even at my concerts there are people holding up 'Cinna' signs. It's quite uncanny."
Actor and musician Kravitz plays Cinna, the man whose job it is to style the film's heroine, "Katniss Everdeen," played by Jennifer Lawrence, before she must take part in the televised, grueling and deadly Hunger Games.
Kravitz shares a special bond with the young actress.
"She's a great actress, she's a beautiful human being and that shines through all of her roles," said Kravitz. "I've been a fan since I saw 'Winter's Bone,' and I got to know her personally when my daughter brought her home when they did 'X-Men' together. I think she has such a bright future."
Lawrence became friends with Kravitz's daughter Zoe when they co-starred in 2011's "X-Men: First Class."