Lionsgate is quickly filling the holes still left in 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' cast, the most recent additions being 'Criminal Minds' actress Meta Golding as a District 2 tribute member, 'Sons of Anarchy's' Patrick St. Esprit as a Peacekeeper and former 'Sex and the City' nanny Lynn Cohen as Mags. The next actor to be pulled into the folds of the franchise is Bruno Gunn as the former Career victor from District 2, Brutus.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Plenty of 'Hunger Games' fans are eager with anticipation to find out who else will be popping up in the Lionsgate sequel 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.' We were only too happy to find that not one but two more actors will be filling some of the empty spots in the fictional dystopian society.
After the announcements of Jena Malone joining the cast of 'The Hunger Games' sequel 'Catching Fire' as Johanna and Philip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch Heavensbee, word on the street was that Lionsgate had their sights set on Melissa Leo for the role of Mags. Well, not anymore. That casting void has been filled with a -- believe it or not -- 'Sex and the City' alum Lynn Cohen.
Lionsgate is not messing around when it comes to 'Hunger Games' news today. To add to the casting of Amanda Plummer and the shortlist of actors' names for the upcoming sequel 'Catching Fire,' we've got news that the studio is already looking for a director for the final installments of the franchise.
There's a whole lot of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' casting rumors going around, and at this point it's hard to say what's real and what isn't. Though they listed a number of Hollywood hunks, Finnick Odair has yet to be cast, nor have we heard if Phillip Seymour Hoffman is officially on board. But the latest word is that Jena Malone is up for the role of Johanna Mason.