What’s Next For The Hunger Games Tributes?

| April 10, 2012 | 1 Comment More

Leven Dayo Isabelle Hunger Games

The Hunger Games sequels will continue the careers of Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth for the foreseeable future. But what about our fallen tributes? MTV takes a look at what’s next for Leven Rambin, Dayo Okeniyi and Isabelle Fuhrman.

Leven Rambin Glimmer Hunger Games Leven Rambin, the stunning Glimmer, recently signed on to Fox’s “Percy Jackson and The Olympians” sequel “The Sea of Monsters.” She takes on a whole different kind of battle—one that includes gods and demi-gods—as Clarisse, daughter of Ares, the God of War. Similar to Glimmer, Clarisse is a perfectionist skilled in the art of combat. The film isn’t set to release until next March, so while you wait, make sure to check out Leven in the surfer bio-pic “Of Men and Mavericks” coming out October 26.

 

Thresh Dayo Okeniyi Hunger Games Dayo Okeniyi, who plays the ferocious, yet (oddly enough) lovable Thresh, has two upcoming roles, including the horror flick “Slew Hampshire,” which follows a group of 18-year-old guys trying to survive a brutal mass murder in the woods of New Hampshire. With the intensity we saw in Thresh, we have no doubt that Dayo can fight his way out of the woods alive. See any rocks lying around? We’d say “poor Clove,” but we’re on Team Thresh. Plus, she was trying to kill Katniss.

 

Clove Isabelle Fuhrman Hunger Games Speaking of Clove, Isabelle Fuhrman who plays the knife-wielding villain, is hard at work filming the M. Night Shyamalan film “After Earth.” There’s not much information released on the film yet, so we’re not sure the exact role of her character Hayley Moore, but we do know she’s in great company. The story follows Will Smith and his son Jaden, who crash their spaceship on Earth, which has been abandoned by humans for hundreds of years. Will is captured by one of the few remaining colonies on the planet. Perhaps Isabelle’s trying her hand as an extraterrestrial? The release date for the film is currently June 7, 2013, but you can catch Isabelle in “The Healer,” which follows her character Michelle, whose father is about to undergo a life-threatening surgery. He takes Michelle and her brother into the woods to bring their family together again, but they’re swept away into a supernatural adventure where The Healer controls their fate.

source: MTV

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  1. actually Percy Jackson and the Olympians is coming out in August 2013, not March 2013.

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