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Catching Fire Casting Scoop!

For those Hunger Games fans who are dying to know who is going to be playing who in the next installment, Catching Fire, well here is a little bit of a scoop for you. No, sorry, this is not a casting for Finnick Odair sadly, but Plutarch Heavensbee might just have a winner.

Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has been offered the role of the new Gamemaker. Hoffman, who recently has played in Moneyball and The Ides of March, has a very interesting pedigree. The movies that I have seen him in have been as varied in theme as I can think of. I am curious to see how he will bring this multi-layered character to life.

Click here to read the full EW article.

How about the rest of you? What do you think of this actor and how he may play this character? Any thoughts about who you would like to see as Finnick Odair?

Leave your answers in the comments!

For more Hunger Games discussion, check out Adaptation episode #6 (on the book) and #7 (on the film).

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This entry was posted on June 20, 2012 by in Film, Young Adult Fiction and tagged , , , .

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