Hunger Games Movie Cast

Finally, the date has been announced. The 74th annual Hunger Games will begin on March 23rd 2012. So, prepare yourself to watch Hunger Games.

This movie is based from a novel with the same title written by Suzanne Collins. The hunger games is actually a trilogy. First is Hunger Games, and then Catching Fire, and the last one is Mockingjay.

For those who have read the book itself might be pictured their own Katniss or Peeta in their minds. So am I. But the movie cast for hunger games has been selected. So we can only hope for them to not disappoint us as a reader of The Hunger Games Trilogy.

Here’s the cast for the whole tributes. Yes from District one until District 12

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 4

District 5

District 6

District 7

District 8

District 9

District 10

District 11

District 12

Katniss Everdeen – The Girl Who Was On Fire- (Jennifer Lawrence)

Peeta Mellark -The Boy With The Bread- (Josh Hutcherson)

The others :

Gale (Liam Hemsworth)

Haymitch (Woody Harrelson)

Cinna (Lenny Kravitz o_Oa)

President Snow (Donald Sutherland)

So, what do you think about the whole cast? I’m not satisfied with the cast especially Lenny Kravitz who got the role to play as Cinna. I always picture Cinna as someone like Neil Patrick Harris.


3 thoughts on “Hunger Games Movie Cast

  1. why they cast Cato to be so good looking? i always picture him as a younger version of Prison Break’s T-Bag. slightly maniacal and dangerous ^_^;
    Gale’s character is also too good looking. always see him as someone with shoulder-length hair, like Gil when he was in his teens, you know…

    ….agree on casting Lenny Kravitz as Cinna. Liam Hemsworth can be Cinna, find another Gale 😄

    • Yes, me too. I always picture Cato as someone who looks like a sadistic maniac and not good looking of course 😄 maybe because they think that Cato is the last enemy who is actually last longer than the other tribute guys/girls so they pick Alexander for an eye candy? lol I’m just joking 😄

  2. When I read the Hunger Games, I read it straight through the night, from 1AM til 5AM. Couldn’t stop reading even though I had to pee badly. After I finished it, I was dying for the sequel. DYING!!!! When I found out the ARC would be available in the spring, I bribed everyone I could think of to get me one. And yes, I got it. The day I got it, I couldn’t look at it until 1AM again. This time, I promised myself, I would only look at the first chapter and then put it down. Riiiiight. It was 4:30AM when I finished reading and immediately began plotting to find out when the next book ARC would be available.

    I thought the first one was fantastic. In the back of my mind I felt that the sequel just couldn’t be as good. How could it? Boy was I wrong! It was even better! My heart was racing the whole time I was reading it and I simply couldn’t put it down. I believe Ms. Collins is the MASTER of the pageturner. Every chapter ends with almost a cliffhanger feeling. It compels you to keep reading. It physically traps you into the book so that you just can’t put it down. If you can’t read this book in one sitting, then I urge you not to even look at it until you can. Like the first one, you will not be able to put it down. The house could have been on fire and I doubt I would have noticed.

    Since we got to know Peeta and Katniss so well from the first one, what the sequel does is invest us even more deeply into their emotional well being. I won’t give any other spoilers than what has already been said. So the book starts with Katniss as the face of the rebellion because of her act of defiance in the first book. As rebellion grows, the President sets up his revenge – and when I found out what it was, I literally sat up in bed and shouted “Oh NO! I can’t believe they are doing this to them!!!” Yes I was talking to my book. That’s how deeply this book sucks you into this amazing and disturbing dystopian world. It makes you want to grab up a weapon and join the rebellion.

    One thing I have to say, I was deeply satisfied with the ending of this book. The first book ended in such a way that I was bothered by it and itchy for the next book. With the end of Catching Fire, I felt it was absolutely right and thrilled with the conclusion. But I’m still DYING for the third and final book of this amazing book series.

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