The Hunger Games’ Alexander Ludwig, Dayo Okeniyi and Jack Quaid Talks about Making the Movie and Video Game

The Hunger Games actors Dayo Okeniyi, Alexander Ludwig, and Jack Quaid Talk about making the movie and what they’d like to see in a video game in this Gamer Live exclusive video interview below. The actors also talked about the DVD release of “The Hunger Games.” 


The Hunger Games juggernaut will arrive on home entertainment on Saturday, August 18, as the first of four films in Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games franchise. The movie has already grossed nearly $400 million at the North American box office and is approaching $650 million at the worldwide box office. The 2-disc DVD (plus digital copy), 2-disc Blu-Ray (plus digital copy), VOD and digital download will feature three hours of previously unavailable bonus materials in what promises to be the biggest home entertainment launch in Lionsgate’s history.

Videos/Images of Hunger Games Cast Willow Shields, Alexander Ludwig, Amandla Stenberg, Jack Quaid and Dayo Okeniyi at the 2012 San Diego Comic Con

The following are videos and pictures (I don’t own any of them) featuring Hunger Games cast Alexander Ludwig (Cato), Willow Shields (Primrose Everdeen), Amandla Stenberg (Rue), Dayo Okeniyi (Thresh), and Jack Quaid (Marvel) during the 2012 Comic Con in San Diego. Find out as the cast talks about their experience in filming the Hunger Games and how the movie changed their lives, etc. Enjoy.

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Movies on Demand

At SDCC this weekend, Jack Quaid, Dayo Okeniyi, Amandla Stenberg and Willow Shields sat down with Movies on Demand to discuss the physical and mental preparation for their roles in the Hunger Games film. Willow also touches on what she is looking forward to while playing Prim in the next films. 

Entertainment Weekly

The Hunger Games cast members Willow Shields (Prim), Amandla Stenberg (Rue), Alexander Ludwig (Cato), Dayo Okeniyi (Thresh), and Jack Quaid (Marvel) all stopped by EW’s Comic-Con studio today to discuss how theybonded while making the film, their favorite scene from the film, and (per a question via Twitter) who would best survive a zombie apocalypse. Plus, Shields talks about Prim’s bigger role in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The video is not embeddable, visit http://insidemovies.ew.com/2012/07/14/hunger-games-comic-con-video/.  

SiriusXM 

Subscribers of SiriusXM Radio have had the privilege of listening to live broadcasts from SDCC this weekend, via Comic-Con Radio. Here are three video clips of SiriusXM’s interview with Hunger Games cast members Willow Shields, Amandla Stenberg, Jack Quaid and Dayo Okeniyi. In this clip, the actors talk about filming the arena scenes in the woods of NC.

 
 
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Signed Hunger Games Movie Photos including Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Alexander Ludwig, and Isabelle Fuhrman

The following are signed pictures from the main cast of “The Hunger Games” including Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth. Check them out below and them on your collectibles.

Jennifer Lawrence & Liam Hemsworth Signed Autograph The Hunger Games Woods Photo


The Hunger Games Cast Josh Jennifer Liam Signed Autograph Rare Promo 8×10 Photo

Josh Hutcherson The Hunger Games Signed Authentic 11×14 Photo Psa/dna #q85547


Jack Quaid Signed Autograph “the Hunger Games” Rare “marvel” Tribute 8×10 Photo


Donald Sutherland The Hunger Games Signed Authentic 11×14 Photo Psa/dna #s33626

Stanley Tucci Signed Autograph “hunger Games” Caesar Flickerman & Katniss Photo

Jennifer Lawrence Signed Autograph “the Hunger Games” In Tube Final Count Photo

Jack Quaid Signed Autograph “the Hunger Games” “marvel” District 1 Tribute Photo

Elizabeth Banks Signed Autograph New “hunger Games” Effie With Katniss Photo Coa

Jack Quaid Signed Autograph “the Hunger Games” Group Of Tributes 8×10 Photo Coa

Jennifer Lawrence Signed Autograph “the Hunger Games” Intense Katniss 8×10 Photo

Isabelle Fuhrman Signed 8×10 Photo w/COA Proof The Hunger Games Orphan K

Donald Sutherland Signed Autograph Classic “hunger Games” President Snow Photo

James Newton Howard Signed Framed Hunger Games 11×14 Photo Display

Elizabeth Banks Signed Autograph Brand New Effie “hunger Games” Promo 8×10 Photo

Liam Hemsworth The Hunger Games Signed Authentic 11×14 Photo Psa/dna #s33661

Liam Helmsworth Hunger Games Signed Authentic 11×14 Photo Psa/dna #s33619

Isabelle Fuhrman Signed 8×10 Photo w/COA Proof The Hunger Games Orphan D

Stanley Tucci Signed Autograph “hunger Games” Caesar Flickerman Close Up Photo

Alexander Ludwig The Hunger Games Signed Authentic 11×14 Photo Psa/dna #s33620

Jennifer Lawrence Signed Autograph “the Hunger Games” New Katniss 8×10 Photo Coa

Donald Sutherland Signed Autograph New “hunger Games” President Snow 8×10 Photo

Donald Sutherland Signed Autograph “hunger Games” President Snow 8×10 Photo Coa

Elizabeth Banks Signed Autograph Brand New “effie” “hunger Games” Close Up Photo

Jennifer Lawrence Hunger Games Signed Framed 16×20 Photo Set GAI

NYU Sophomore Jack Quaid Makes His Big-Screen Debut in The Hunger Games As Marvel

From NYU Local:
With The Hunger Games becoming increasingly popular, we sought out to interview Jack Quaid, and NYU Sophomore who plays the role of Marvel in the popular film. It’s worth noting that Jack is the son of Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan. And although he may have two famous parents, Quaid has recently made a name all for himself in the industry after making his big-screen debut in the first movie adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ popular book series.
Jack Quaid (Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid’s son)
Quaid is currently a sophomore at NYU studying in the Experimental Theatre Wing at the Tisch School of the Arts. Additionally, he is a member of NYU’s Hammerkatz, a sketch comedy group. He sat down with NYU Local for a chat about his new found fame.

How does it feel to be on the big screen?

It’s a little weird. Seeing myself on the big screen for the first time is like…I don’t know. I found myself…It was very hard to actually pay attention to the story because I was just kind of looking at the aesthetics of myself rather than my performance. I was like, “Ah, how do I look in this shot?” And as the movie went on, I was like, “Okay, now it’s time for the story; I can actually enjoy this.” But like seeing yourself at least for the first shot, you’re just worried about how you appear to the outside world, just because I knew this movie would be seen by everybody. It was a lot of pressure.

Do you think you’d survive the Hunger Games?
Hell no! I would probably just find the nearest hole to lie in and just wait it out if I could…just wait for everyone else to die.

Which co-star did you connect to the most?

Kind of everybody really, because it was kind of like summer camp. Everyone was around the same age and only me and two other people were a little bit older, but everyone was kind of around the same age. It was just fun. We hung out all the time. We went to town. We were all on the same diet because we all had to bulk up for the movie one way for another, so we just ate at the same restaurants. And I grew close to pretty much everybody.

the Career Tributes (from L-R) Clove, Cato, Marvel, Glimmer

Have you been noticed more in public now that you’ve been in a movie?

No, except for this one time when…I don’t know what random turn of events led to this but…I was walking through Union Square and there happened to be a book signing for the three leads of the movie. They were at Barnes and Noble and I walked by this line of people that was going down the block and I was like, “What is this?” And they all started to recognize me.

And then you ran away?

No, I actually stayed. I signed some stuff and took a few photos and then I was like, “I’ve got to go take a test.” And I left, but that’s been like the only time and that’s fine. I’m fine with not being recognized. It’s actually better if I’m not.

Having been in Neon Albatross and NYU’s Hammerkatz, do you feel sketch comedy has helped you become a better actor?

Definitely, especially because it allows you to create your own work. That way, you feel more connected to and have more respect for texts and what you’re reading when you know what it’s like from the other side.

How would you describe your sense of humor?

I really like just random things. Whenever something happens and I really don’t expect it, that’s what I laugh the hardest at. Futurama gets me in that way unlike any other show.

In an interview, Isabelle said that you can do the full “Single Ladies” dance. I also heard that you can do the stanky leg from your Tumblr fans. You also showed off your dancing skills in Sitting Babies. Would you consider yourself a good dancer?

I would consider myself…oh God. Okay, if I went to a dance class, everyone would look at me like, “What?” I just wouldn’t fit in. The only time I’m a good dancer if I’m just hanging out with friends, there’s good music playing, and just fooling around. No, I’m not a good dancer; I just look funny when I’m doing it. I think I’m only a good dancer if it pertains to humor.

What do you think of your fans’ posts on Tumblr?

I think it’s actually hilarious. A few things have been pointed out to me from Tumblr. There was a girl who…Do you know Flat Stanley?

Yes!

There’s a girl who essentially Flat Stanley-ed me. It’s like a cut-out of me and she just brings it along places and takes pictures like, “This is Jack going to the supermarket!” and, “This is Jack driving on the freeway!” That was probably the funniest one. I pretty much showed them to my friends and it’s a good laugh. It’s also just good to know that people are responding to me. People know that I’m out there and somewhat enjoy me enough to put me in a block of cheese. It’s an honor more than anything.