Catching Fire is filming on the roof of the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta today, and OLV has an updated look at the set being built (looks like they’re adding a green screen to the stage/runway set up). Continue to share your theories on what scene you think they could be filming there!
So where else is Catching Fire going to be filming? According to OLV, a letter was circulated to Atlanta residents last week for additional filming taking place today at the Norfolk Southern Building. Here’s the letter that was distributed:
GGX Productions, Inc. will be filming scenes for the feature film “The Idiom” in your neighborhood. Below I have listed some key information about our shoot for you to review at your leisure:
Monday October 8, 2012 we will be filming at the Norfolk Southern Building at 99 Spring Street.
To accommodate the production, from 5AM to 10PM, the Nelson Street pedestrian bridge will be closed as well as the north sidewalk of Peters Street between Spring and Mangum Streets.
And one more filming location from OLV, as an update on previous reports of set construction at an old train yard:
We’ve also confirmed the productions crew setting up at old Pratt-Pullman Yard on Rogers Street in Northeast Atlanta are working for Catching Fire. According to one of our readers, @zachattachary, they’ve built several dwellings between the depots. They’ve also stacked rail cars on one side of the set to block it but there is a view accessible from the nearby walking trail. Based on these photos of Pullman Yards is does look like it would be a perfect location for the film.
Thoughts on what scenes could be filming at all of these locations?
Not long now until the release of The Hunger Games DVD and Bluray. Over the last few weeks there’s been a few sneak peeks released, giving us some clues as to what we can expect to see in the extras. Now we can share this clip with you that takes a look at the making of the Capitol.
Are you going to get your copy of The Hunger Games straight away? I know we can’t wait!
Entertainment Weekly has exclusive clip from the behind-the-scenes extras on The Hunger Games DVD/Blu-ray.
In this EW exclusive clip of a behind-the-scenes feature from the upcoming Blu-ray release ofThe Hunger Games, Lawrence discusses her fears about signing onto a popular franchise film, her advice from her mom, and why a good script is a good script, no matter the size of the movie.
While what Jennifer talks about isn’t anything new, the video shows behind-the-scenes clips of a number of scenes, including the Tribute interviews, the Everdeen’s house, the Tribute parade, and more.
The video isn’t embeddable, so head over to EW.com to watch it.
Entertainment Weekly has come out with this exclusive preview of the extras that will be available on ‘The Hunger Games‘ DVD and Blu-ray. The video details the 3-hour behind-the-scenes experience that features exclusive interviews discussing casting, training, filming and much more!
Take a break from speculating over Johanna and Finnick casting, and treat yourself to this exclusive trailer for the behind-the-scenes extras on The Hunger Games Blu-ray and DVD, out August 18.
Listen to Josh Hutcherson talk about “powerful” Jennifer Lawrence, and get the inside scoop on the training the Tribute actors had to go through to make the arena fighting realistic.
If you weren’t excited for the DVD release before, I bet you are now!
Tonight’s episode of Entertainment Tonight showed us more of the “that’s nightlock” scene with Katniss and Peeta, as well as the cave scene, that was first shown on ET last week.
Get a glimpse of what went on behind-the-scenes of The Hunger Games in this video released today. You will see the cast and crew hard at work bringing the book to life!