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Well, it was confirmed that they going to film in Hawaii.
“That’s the thing that’s crazy — people are like way ahead of where we are,” Nina Jacobson told us on the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday. “We’ve not narrowed things down by any means. It’s funny to see how things can take on a life of their own.”But are the filmmakers taking fan input into account while seeking out their Finnick? Not entirely, says Jacobson.“It means something that people can see [an actor] in that light, so you know [the actor] will be accepted by a lot of people, on the one hand,” she said. “On the other hand, you have to kind of ignore it. You have to just sort of act like you’re sitting in a room and you want to just pick the person who gives the best audition and looks and feels most like the part.”Since its release in March, “The Hunger Games” has collected over $645 million worldwide. The next installment is due in November 2013. “That’s pressure,” Jacobson acknowledged with a smile. “But it’s a good kind of pressure.”
lol.By the way:http://hungergamesdwtc.net/2012/06/rumor-are-lucas-till-trevor-donovan-alan-ritchson-meeting-with-lionsgate-about-the-role-of-finnick/
“I’m done [with ‘Catching Fire’] and getting back to several different projects,”
I know. A few months ago I wasn't expecting that the movie would be so successful. And worldwide has made 650 millions (and there's still few countries like Bolivia which the movie is about to be released).
Philip Seymour Hoffman was offered the role of Plutarch Heavensbee.http://thefilmstage.com/news/philip-seymour-hoffman-offered-major-role-in-the-hunger-games-catching-fire/
Just one thing, Plutarch wasn't supposed to be bald?