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Jena Malone Officially Cast In THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE

September 4, 2012
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Last week we reported that Jena Malone was in the running to play the tribute Johanna Mason in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire". The Hollywood Reporter now confirms that the actress has indeed been confirmed for the role.

Most will know Malone from her roles in Joe Wright's "Pride and Prejudice" and Zack Snyder's action-fantasy "Sucker Punch".

Here is how the character is described:

"Mason, hailing from District 7, participates in the 75th Annual Hunger Games. She is known for pretending to be weak as a means of tricking of other tributes into underestimating her. She's also famous among fans of Suzanne Collins' novels for her introduction to Katniss and Peeta: she meets them in a elevator in the Capitol completely nude."

We will keep you updated as further details on last year's Y.A. phenomena, "The Hunger Games", emerge.

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