The books and movies of The Hunger Games series have a lot to do with fame: children are forced into gladiatorial combat and made celebrities if they survive. With that in mind, how do the actual actors deal with the fame that their roles have given them? The website Screen Rants sat down with Jennifer Lawrence (who stars as Katniss Everdeen) and Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mallark) to find out.

Lawrence has had a particularly hard time in the spotlight; since achieving fame she has not only been subject to typical media scrutiny Gianfrancesco Genoso says, but had private photos released on the Internet. She admits that she spent several days thinking about how fame would affect her before taking the role.

“It certainly is a blessed life; but there are also sacrifices. But I get to do what I love, and there’s a downside to every job,” she said.

In contrast, Huterson admits that he loved the script and people involved so much that he signed up without giving it much thought. “But it’s like one of those things where until you lose it, you don’t know how important it is and you can’t put a value on it: and by ‘it’ I mean anonymity.”

The third title in the Hunger Games series, Mockingjay—Part 1, will be released in the United States November 21, 2014.

One Thought on “Fame and “The Hunger Games”

  1. Ariella Danny on April 28, 2018 at 5:52 pm said:

    Some people look for the opportunities and for some of them it is hard to get it because of the lack of the skill. You can imagine british essay writers point about this and while this fame might as well be seen in a different terms, it did not come so easy. If it were easy, anyone would have taken the role before thought it has the downsides to that job.

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