It had been rumored for some time, but now it can be confirmed: Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman has been cast as Plutarch Heavensbee in ‘The Hunger Games’ sequel ‘Catching Fire.’
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After a lot of rumors about who was getting the role, it now appears official that Jena Malone has been picked to play Johanna Mason in the 'Hunger Games' sequel 'Catching Fire.' But will she get naked onscreen?
Time to pack it in, Jena Malone. It looks like newcomer Zoe Aggeliki is giving Malone a run for her money for the role of Johanna Mason in 'The Hunger Games' sequel. But who is this Zoe Aggeliki anyway?
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 Philip Seymour Hoffman is officially on board. But the latest word is that Jena Malone is up for the role of Johanna Mason.
Though no actor has been locked down for any of the new characters entering 'The Hunger Games' sequel 'Catching Fire,' there's been an awful lot of rumoring about who's joining the cast. The latest word is that Mia Wasikowska and Zoe Aggeliki are up for the role of Johanna Moore.
'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' will light up IMAX screens next November. The sequel to this year's 'The Hunger Games' is currently in production under the direction of Francis Lawrence, and he's been tinkering with those fancy IMAX cameras.
Franchise films often cast great actors for small roles. It usually means a big payday for the actor, and it gives the film more credibility. So it's no surprise that 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' has offered a role to Philip Seymour Hoffman. But he'd also have to sign on for the sequel...
No one expected 'The Hunger Games' to do as well as it did. Sure, everyone was expecting a big hit, but no one was expecting the major blockbuster numbers the film pulled off when it was released back in March. Naturally, Lionsgate did the fiscally (if not creatively) responsible thing: they put a sequel on the front burner and turned up the heat. Today, it was revealed that 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' is set to begin filming in Atlanta this July.
Looks like #33 won't be hitting the Hunger Games field anytime soon. Taylor Kitsch, known for his days on 'Friday Night Lights' and this summer's 'Battleship' and 'John Carter,' is a guy whose name was being thrown around to co-star in the 'Hunger Games' sequel 'Catching Fire.' But according to Kitsch himself, it's not happening.
One of the big casting decisions for 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' (as it is now so artfully titled) is the role of Finnick Odair, a survivor of previous games who's called back in for one more fight. Supposedly the choice is down to three actors: Armie Hammer, Garrett Hedlund, and Taylor Kitsch.