Video: More Behind-the-Scenes from Entertainment Tonight

Yesterday, Entertainment Tonight aired an exciting behind-the-scenes video and now they have posted another video giving us much, much more!

This includes interviews with Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Lenny Kravitz, and Wes Bentley, in addition to more from Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth.

Remember, this video contains lots of spoilers, so beware!!


Woody Harrelson Discusses How Would He Survive The Hunger Games & More spoke with Woody Harrelson about portraying Haymitch, what his strategy would be in The Hunger Games and much more! Do you think your character is a survivor or do you think he’s just someone who happened to survive?
Harrelson: I think he’s a real survivor…he has good survival instincts. If you were placed in the same situation do you think you would survive?
Harrelson: I mean, I might not make it to the end but I certainly won’t go down without a serious fight. What would be your go-to technique?
Harrelson: I would find water, that would be the first thing. And then if anyone came for me I would run like hell. Continue reading

Entertainment Weekly’s New ‘Hunger Games’ Cover

“Is it violent?” says director Gary Ross of his PG-13 film. “Yes. Do we back off from what it is? No, we don’t.”

The Hunger Games is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly. Here’s what we can expect in the issue:

While we can’t make clock turn any faster, we can offer fans of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling dystopian trilogy (and newcomers, too) a deep, behind-the-scenes look into the making of the film, from conception to casting, filming to marketing. Continue reading

Video: EPIX News Interviews ‘The Hunger Games’ Cast

EPIX News spoke with Gary Ross, Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks and Woody Harrelson about being fans of the book, shooting the Reaping scene and more.

Source: The Hob

The AMC Theater Chain Talks With The Hunger Games Cast

AMC Theaters interviewed a few members of The Hunger Games cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Elizabeth Banks, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson and Liam Hemsworth.

Woody Harrelson Talks ‘Hunger Games’ with MTV

MTV has a new interview with Woody Harrelson about his role as Haymitch in The Hunger Games. They talk about his character’s style; the look of the film; working with Gary Ross, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and others; his excitement about doing a sequel; and lots more!

Here’s MTV’s transcript of the interview:

“The hair, when I was thinking about what to do for the character, I hung out with my brother Brett, and that is exactly the way his hair is,” Harrelson explained of how the long, slightly shaggy hairdo came to be. “I was like, ‘OK, let’s get a wig. Let’s do the Brett Harrelson hair.’ It’s kind of cool. I really liked the look. It’s a fun character, and I think it’s going to be a good movie.”

We asked Harrelson how closely he resembles the alcoholic, unkempt, out-of-shape former champion, as described by author Suzanne Collins in the books — like, for example, if he wore a fat suit or gained a bit of weight.

“No, I didn’t want to do the paunch,” Harrelson revealed. “In many ways, I tried to go against this rough, old, typical concept of what he would be like. I don’t know yet that I succeeded, but I think it turned out good,” he said. “I loved working with Gary Ross. I think he is just a great director, an amazing guy.”

With regard to the look and feel of the big-screen adaptation, Harrelson called the visuals “staggering.”

“It’s almost impossible to describe, it’s so unusual. Even ice in the glass, even the glasses are not normal glasses. There’s nothing that you’ve seen before. It’s real original artistic vision,” he said. “I think people are going to like it.”

One of the things Harrelson liked — in addition to Haymitch, of course — was working with his young co-stars, particularly Lawrence and Hutcherson.

“I think they’re just marvelous actors. I think they just knocked it out of the park,” he gushed. “Just as people, [they are] about as fun as it gets. They really are fun folks. It’s cool, because I’ve never even done a sequel, and I just signed on to four movies, so we’re going to be spending a lot of time together between doing the movies and press and everything, so it’s great to love these guys.

“Having done this first one, I can say I do look forward to doing the next one,” he added. “It wasn’t a chore. It was actually the opposite; it was a lot of fun. They managed to mix business and pleasure really well, that whole group. I’d say we get after it again next year.”