The actress is renegotiating her contract following the success of the first movie, The Hollywood Reporter claims.
Lawrence is thought to have been paid around $500,000 (£320,822) for The Hunger Games, with a bonus structure dependent on the film's box office performance. She originally signed a four-film deal, but contract renegotiations during the life of a series are not uncommon.
Her co-stars Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson are also thought to be in line for smaller pay raises for Catching Fire.
Lawrence and studio Lionsgate have declined to comment on the claims.
Catching Fire is slated for release on November 22, 2013.
New cast members include Phillip Seymour Hoffman as head gamesmaker Plutarch Heavensbee, Amanda Plummer as Wiress, Lynn Cohen as Mags and Jena Malone in the role of Johanna Mason.
Francis Lawrence also succeeds Gary Ross as director, with filming due to start next month in Georgia.
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