When Willow Shields wraps up filming for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, she will be busy working on a brand new project.
Variety reports that our very own Primrose Everdeen will be in a new film called “Conversations With Andy”.
Artist Andy Warhol is at the center of “Conversations With Andy,” a new indie film from Narrator Entertainment that will star Ty Simpkins (“Insidious”), David Mazouz (“Touch”) and Willow Shields (“The Hunger Games”).
Rotimi Rainwater is writing and directing the period pic, which he’ll also produce with Ari Palitz of Narrator Entertainment, the same company that produced Rainwater’s debut feature “Sugar.”
Based on the true story of Palitz’s childhood, “Conversations With Andy” is a coming-of-age film set in 1984 New York that follows sixth-grader Ben (Simpkins), who befriends Andy Warhol at the same time that he learns his parents are discussing divorce. With the artist’s guidance, as well as the help of his older sister (Shields) and best friend (Mazouz), Ben hatches a plan to throw his parents an anniversary party in hopes of keeping them together.
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