In the lead up to the release of The Hunger Games DVD, Willow Shields, who played Primrose Everdeen has had a chat to style site She Knows.
They chat about fashion, the release of the movie as well as working on Catching Fire.
Here’s some of what Willow had to say including what’s next for Prim in The Hunger Games sequel:
SheKnows: This was such an amazing breakout role for you. Looking back on the experience, what was your favorite part of working on The Hunger Games?
Shields:My favorite memory was probably just hanging out with Jennifer [Lawrence] and acting with her because one minute we were really serious and crying in one scene and then the next minute we’d be laughing and playing jokes on each other.
SheKnows: The Hunger Games on DVD comes out this weekend, and we’re super excited! Can you tell us what’s next for your character in the next movie, Catching Fire? [SPOILER ALERT!] Continue reading →
There’s sure to be a lot of Hunger Games love at this year’s Comic Con in San Diego. For those lucky enough to go, if they head to the Lionsgate booth they will get the chance to not only get a hold of exclusive Blu-Ray Disc box art cover but have it signed by some of cast.
So who could you meet? Lionsgate has announced that Alexander Ludwig (Cato), Amandla Stenberg (Rue), Dayo Okeniyi (Thresh), Isabelle Fuhrman (Clove), Jack Quaid (Marvel) and Willow Shields (Primrose Everdeen) will be on hand to meet fans on Saturday, July 14 at 11:00 am and 5:00 pm.
There will also be an exclusive Comic-Con Hunger Games poster at the Lionsgate booth across the four days of the convention.
The Kid’s Choice Awards was flooded with Hunger Games stars yesterday! Josh Hutcherson presented the award for Favorite Music Group to Big Time Rush. Willow Shields got some slime splash from Halle Berry.
Dayo Okeniyi, Jackie Emerson, Alexander Ludwig, Isabelle Fuhrman and Amandla Stenberg along with Taylor Swift were also sighted on the Orange Carpet!
Interview Magazine talked with Willow Shields about the pressure of living up to the book, the heavy emotions in her scenes, her audition process, and working with the cast of The Hunger Games.
SYMONDS: It’s such a huge property at this point. Do you think that there was more pressure with this role than there would be with a regular role, to live up to what people had been thinking about?
SHIELDS: Definitely, especially because it’s such a huge movie and it’s a pretty important character, for me, in the book, so at first I was a little nervous not being able to become the character. Yeah, at first I was nervous.
SYMONDS: I don’t want to give anything away, the times when you are onscreen in this film are all super emotional. You’re kind of dialed up to 10, all the time, in each of your scenes. How did you prepare for that? Continue reading →