Rumor: Philip Seymour Hoffman offered role of Plutarch Heavensbee

Cinema Blend is reporting that Philip Seymour Hoffman has been offered the role of Head Gamemaker Plutarch Heavensbee in Catching Fire.   This is currently begin filed under rumor, like all other casting news thus far, as nothing has been confirmed! However, if this is true, and he accepts, how would that make you feel?  Let us know!

From Cinema Blend:

Philip Seymour Hoffman was on the mind of a lot of Hunger Games fans when producers were looking for an actor to play the drunken but eventually endearing mentor Haymitch– the part that eventually went to Woody Harrelson. But as it turns out, the crew behind the Hunger Games franchise weren’t leaving out Hoffman– they were just biding their time. According to Variety’s Jeff Sneider, Hoffman has been offered the role of Plutarch Heavensbee in Catching Fire, the Hunger Games sequel that shoots this fall.

For the Hunger Games newbies, Plutarch Heavensbee has a small but crucial role in Catching Fire, playing the Head Gamemaker for the annual Hunger Games, and eventually returning once our heroine Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) gets further involved in the rebellion against the vicious Capitol. To say too much more would be spoiling it, and it’s also hard to know how big Hoffman’s role would be– after all, Wes Bentley’s character Seneca Crane was barely there in the Hunger Games book, and his part was nicely fleshed out for the movie. If Catching Fire adopts the same form as The Hunger Games, showing what’s going on among the Gamemakers alongside the action in the arena, Hoffman could have a much bigger role in the second film.

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2 responses to “Rumor: Philip Seymour Hoffman offered role of Plutarch Heavensbee

  1. Not really who I pictured…but now that I think about it, he could be a pretty good Plutarch Heavensbee!!!!!

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