Enligt The Hollywood Reporter så håller Lionsgate provfilmning för Gale och Peeta idag. Tydligen är det dessa skådespelare som de testar för rollerna:
Josh Hutcherson: A Hollywood vet at 18 years old, he starred with Brendan Fraser in Journey to the Center of the Earth and toplines the sequel later this year. He established indie cred last year by appearing in the critical hit The Kids Are All Right. (ICM, The Beddingfield Company)
Alexander Ludwig: the 19-year old Canadian starred in 2009's Escape to Witch Mountain as well as 2007's The Seeker: The Dark is Rising. (ICM)
Hunter Parish: the 23-year old starred in Broadway's Tony-winning musical Spring Awakening and now is one of the stars of Showtime's Weeds. (WME, Management 360)
Lukas Pill: The 20-year old is having quite a year: He is currently on screen in Battle: Los Angelesand plays Havok in May's X-Men: First Class. (APA, Luber Roklin Entertainment)
Evan Peters: The 24-year old may be best known to the geek-set for playing one of Aaron Johnson's best friends in Kick-Ass. He recurred on a recent season of One Tree Hill and has been working plenty in TV, with recent credits including The Office, The Mentalist and Parenthood. (Gersh, Luber Rokin Entertainment)
For Gale, sources say the list includes, but is not limited to:
Liam Hemsworth, who is best known for starring opposite Miley Cyrus in The Last Song.
David Henrie -- One of the stars of Wizards of Waverly Place and a regular on How I Met Your Mother. Set to star in the CBS pilot for The Assistants.
Robbie Amell –starred as Fred in the recent straight-to-DVD Scooby Doo! movies and was one of the stars of Nickelodeon's True Jackson, VP.
Drew Roy, a Disney Channel and ABC Family actor (Hannah Montana, Greek) who is one of the stars of TNT's high-profile sci-fi series Falling Skies.
EW: There's been a lot of Twilight-like excitement about the casting of The Hunger Games. Do you find it amusing? Do you know the books?
Pattinson: I sort of came across it last year, and I didn't realize it was the most enormous thing in the world. It's good! It will be a good movie.
“DEAR READERS. We have found Katniss.” So began the triumphant statement given to ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY by The Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins in the wake of Jennifer Lawrence’s casting. The search for the perfect Katniss Everdeen-the blisteringly tough 16-year old heroine of Collins’ best-selling dystopian trilogy about children forced to fight to death-was fraught one, rife with strident fan factions. (Team Hailee Steinfield to the left, Lawrence supporters to the right, with a loud middle crying out for lesser-known actresses like Lyndsy Fonseca and Kaya Scodelario.)