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Prim is Cast!



The Hollywood Reporter reports that newcomer Willow Shields will play Prim in The Hunger Games movie. I'm really glad they're getting unknown actors as well and I think she looks like a great Prim! What do you think?

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  1. I'm also happy about the unknown-actors thing.

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  2. ahhh! this is so exciting. yes, i think she looks like a great prim. i was worried that since jennifer is a little older they would try and make prim look older too and the whole 12 year old thing would be weird.
    LF

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  3. I don't know her, but I love her. She is so cute and unconventional. I am transfixed by her, which I think is a good thing. I mean that she so easily creates a connection with me, and hopefully with viewers.

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  4. I'm really excited about this cast! Perfect!

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  5. I like that she's an unknown, I kinda wish all of them were. I get why they need a few names but stil....

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