Category: Catching Fire Filming
His co-star Alan Ritchson, who plays Gloss in the film, revealed all when he was interviewed at the MTV Movie Awards.
It was in rehearsal so we weren’t even shooting. He broke it on the stunt guy, warming up. I was standing right next to him. It was tough to watch.
Ritchson, who is set to star in Michael Bay’s Ninja Turtles reboot, said Claflin “took it like a champ – he took it and kept moving.”
Let’s hope there were no other injuries and the main action is saved for the film.
If you’re like me, you’re thinking, “Wow, that was fast.” According to Hypable, Lionsgate had aimed for the end of 2012 to bring filming to a close so Jennifer Lawrence could begin focusing on the “X-Men: First Class” sequel in 2013. Apparently, filming went very well as two cast members tweeted positive comments about their time on set. Last Friday, with the world is still intact, Sam Claflin announced:
Stephanie Leigh Schlund, who stars as Cashmere, the tribute for District 1, also remarked on her experience shooting “Catching Fire”:
Well, here’s hoping they got all the awesome footage they needed…and now, almost an entire year of waiting. Pretty soon we should be expecting a trailer or two, eh Mockingjays? We’re gonna need it.
[Yahoo!, thanks Mark]
It may be hard to believe, but the filming of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is already halfway completed. Originally expected to be shot on the island Kauai, Hawaii, the cast and crew ended up in Oahu, Hawaii to shoot the brunt of the story line.
Lionsgate Entertainment confirmed on November 6 that the adaption to Suzanne Collins’ bestseller will finish shooting this December, wrapping in Oahu (spoiler alert for those who have not read it!) which will serve as the verdant, tropical arena from the second book in The Hunger Games trilogy, in which Katniss must return to fight in yet another deadly ‘games’.
Here’s a rare glimpse inside the set of Catching Fire in Atlanta! This set is being used for the Victory Tour and Instagrammer sjlong15 was lucky enough to step on stage:
The inimitable Ve Neill, lead makeup artist for Hunger Games and Catching Fire (and Edward Scissorhands…and Pirates of the Caribbean…..) worked today in Atlanta towards sculpting the right look for Lenny Kravitz to play Cinna in Catching Fire, and he tweeted this work in progress.
It will be amazing, obviously. Seriously, have you seen her on Face Off? She is legendary.
— Lenny Kravitz (@LennyKravitz) October 3, 2012