‘Hunger Games’ is coming back in 2017
When ‘Hunge’ first hit theaters in 2014, it instantly sparked the “Hunger Game” craze.
The film, directed by David Fincher, follows the lives of a young boy who is adopted as a stray and eventually learns to fend for himself.
Now, a few years later, the film is being adapted for the big screen by Fox Searchlight, and the cast has been announced to star.
In an exclusive interview with Collider, “Hunge” star Sam Claflin and producer Josh Singer talked about the film’s return, including how the film has influenced their careers.
So it’s really easy for me to relate to the characters in the book. “
It’s a film that’s been in the movie theater for over 40 years, and it’s a movie that has been made into a franchise.
So it’s really easy for me to relate to the characters in the book.
And I think there’s a really good connection between the characters and the characters, because it’s sort of a reflection of who they are.”
Claflins also talked about his character, “Gill,” who is played by Liam Hemsworth.
“He’s a bit of a buffoon.
He’s a bully, but he’s also kind of a funny guy.
I really enjoyed working with Liam because he’s so versatile,” Claflers said.
“When we first met, he was the most over-the-top, outrageous, over-sexed, hyper-sexual, overconfident kid in school.
But we got to see him grow into a man.
And he’s become a very mature and thoughtful human being.
And that’s something I’m really proud of.”
Singer, who plays the lead in “Hunga,” also praised Hemsworth’s performance.
“I think he’s really special, and I think he does an amazing job in this movie,” Singer said.