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New Hunger Games Casting Rumor



Rumor is that Woody Harrelson, Stanley Tucci and Lenny Kravitz have been offered roles in The Hunger Games.

Woody Harrelson would play Seneca Crane but no word on the other two roles. My guess is that Stanley Tucci would be Cinna (which I think would be great!!) but maybe he's set for President Snow? And I'm not sure what role Lenny Kravitz could be filling-maybe he'll end up being Cinna? What are your thoughts/guesses?

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  1. I love Stanley Tucci, but I think Lenny Kravitz is closer to how I always imagined Cinna. Actually, I always imagined Cinna as Jay Manuel from America's Next Top Model. ;)

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  2. LOVE getting all the Hunger Games news from you!! I love Stanley Tucci so I feel a bit squeamy imagining him as evil President Snow but I think he'd be great in the role.

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  3. Stanley Tucci haaas to be Cinna!! I absolutely love him, so that would be awesome!

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  4. That is why Stanley Tucci is so great it would make a Perfect Cinna or a perfect evil President Snow. I just love him.
    I think Lenny is pretty hot, I would mind seeing him on the big screen.

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  5. You know all while I was reading The Hunger Games the image i got of Cinna in my head looked a LOT like Stanley Tucci. So it'd be great for him to play Cinna in the movie ^-^

    http://blackfingernailedreviews.blogspot.com/

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  6. Like Abby, I love Staely Tucci but just don't see him as Cinna. I envision someone younger and more "hip". I do think he'd make a great Snow though!

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