Shock Till You Drop is reporting Wes Bentley has joined Alexander Ludwig in the indie film, Final Girl. Ludwig nabbed a role in the film a good month ago. Congrats to both!
Wes Bentley, Logan Huffman, Michael Trevino, Connor Paolo and Francesca Eastwood have been added to the cast of Final Girl, joining Abigail Breslin and Alexander Ludwig. Bentley and Ludwig share The Hunger Games among their credits, with Bentley having played Seneca Crane in the feature adaptation of Suzanne Collins novel, while Ludwig played Cato, a character who knows a little something about hunting girls in the woods, and that brings us to the plot of Final Girl. The film follows Veronica, a loner and the new girl in school who’s targeted by a bunch of guys who like to lure girls into the woods to hunt and kill them. Unbeknownst to them, Veronica is training to become an assassin and it sounds like the tables turn when the hunted becomes the hunter.
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In case you missed Alexander Ludwig’s Ustream a couple days ago, HungerGamesTrilogy.net was able to get a video of it! Alexander hosted the Ustream in celebration of hitting 200,000 followers on Twitter.
Alexander Ludwig is set to star in another book to film adaption. According to Deadline:
Alexander Ludwig has landed the role of Navy SEAL Shane Patton in Lone Survivor, the Peter Berg-directed adaptation of the Marcus Luttrell book. Ludwig plays a soldier on a covert mission that goes wrong, joining Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Ben Foster, Emile Hirsch and Eric Bana.
Here’s a bit about the plot of the film’
Lone Survivor tells the harrowing story of how Luttrell and his Navy SEAL team members fought to stay alive after being ambushed in Afghanistan in 2005 by Taliban forces during a covert mission in the Hindu Kush mountain region, where the team went to kill a terrorist leader.
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Jack Quaid, Alexander Ludwig, Amandla Stenberg, and Dayo Okeniyi were spotted at The Grove in Los Angeles, CA on August 20, 2012. They were filming an appearance on Extra!
GameLive.tv chatted with Willow Shields, Amandla Stenburg, Dayo Okeniyi, Alexander Ludwig, and Jack Quaid about filming the Hunger Games as well as what they would like to see in video games.
TrendHunter recently had the opportunity to speak with Alexander Ludwig about working on The Hunger Games, his thoughts on Cato and much more. Here’s just a snippet:
The Hunger Games’ is still playing in theatres and is one of the biggest films of this year. What was it like to play such an integral role in this film and how has the experience affected you?
I feel extremely fortunate to have been a part of such a phenomenon and I am really happy that the fans felt that we honoured this incredible story. I think for me personally, HG [Hunger Games] has opened doors and has given me access to meet extremely talented directors, actors and producers
Although Cato’s character seems to be villainous upon introduction, he is really a victim of circumstance. How did you get into the mindset of this character and do you have any similarities to him in real life?
Becoming Cato was a process that I undertook in a very serious way. Gary Ross and I collaborated a great deal in terms of the direction that we felt Cato should take. It was through that collaboration that the final scene emerged as a means of showing the audience the humane yet twisted side of the character. Cato was a broken man at the end of the movie, and although I don’t have personal experience that parallels his journey, I did relate to his loss and resolution. I enjoyed exploring the dark recesses of his mind.
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Alexander Ludwig announced yesterday on twitter that he would be hosting a live chat with fans on Ustream today, Friday, July 6th at 1:00 pm ET/10:00 am PT.
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Alexander Ludwig (Cato) posed with a fan on the set of his new movie Grown Ups 2. This movie is currently in production in Tewksbury, MA.
Looking good Alexander!
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