The actress will star as the former Hunger Games winner who returns to the battlefield for the Quarter Quell in Lionsgate's upcoming sequel.
Melissa Leo and Tony Shalhoub are also considered front runners to play Mags and Beetee in this highly-anticipated sequel.
The observant tribute plays an important role in the Quarter Quell, where past Hunger Games winners are invited back into the arena.
The actor will portray the new Gamesmaker for the 75th Hunger Games in director Francis Lawrence's highly-anticipated sequel.
The actress is in early negotiations to star as the volatile District 7 tribute in director Francis Lawrence's upcoming sequel.
The actress is up for the coveted role in director Francis Lawrence's highly-anticipated sequel for Lionsgate.
The actresses are among the top choices to play the axe-wielding District 7 tribute in director Francis Lawrence's upcoming sequel.
Director Francis Lawrence will utilize the IMAX cameras for key sequences in this adaptation of Suzanne Collins' popular novel.
The actor has been offered the gamemaker role for this sequel that takes us inside the 75th Annual Hunger Games.
Production is scheduled to take place between July and December in the southern city and its outlying areans.
The Battleship star reveals its 'not going to happen' regarding this coveted role in Francis Lawrence's sequel.
This trio of young actors are the finalists to play District 4 tribute Finnick Odair in the Lionsgate sequel.
The Toy Story 3 screenwriter will take over the writing duties from Simon Beaufoy on this highly-anticipated Lionsgate sequel.
Production is slated to begin this fall on the highly-anticipated second chapter in The Hunger Games saga starring Jennifer Lawrence.
The I Am Legend filmmaker will likely replace Gary Ross in the director's chair for this sequel to The Hunger Games.
The director is parting ways with Catching Fire due to the tight production schedule involved with the project.
20th Century Fox lets The Hunger Games sequel go before X-Men: First Class Sequel only because their script is done.
Although an earlier report indicated the filmmaker wanted a large raise, the director just simply isn't interested in making a sequel.
The director is still in talks to come back for this Lionsgate sequel based on the popular Suzanne Collins novel.
The Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours writer is currently working on the script for Lionsgate's sequel to this popular franchise.