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Jennifer Lawrence confirmed for Berlin ‘Mockingjay’ filming, 1000 extras needed

Cool news, tributes! Lionsgate started a Casting Call in Berlin/Germany. We got the news in an interview with Natalie Dormer, that Mockingjay production would move to both Paris and Germany – and now it’s been confirmed. Check out the news below! Thanks to reader Iko Ikoo for the tip. The translation below is somewhat rough, but you’ll get the picture (thanks Google translate)!

Some 1,000 extras are now required according to Berlin-based agency “movie faces” for an international movie that in early summer, among others in the Babelsberg film studios in Potsdam is rotated. Applicants must calm “lived” have faces, as the agency announced.

Already at the Germany premiere of the second part “Hunger Games – Catching Fire” Lawrence had announced last November, to be back in Berlin. In a nutshell it is ready. Part three and four are rotated at different locations – including in Berlin-Brandenburg. In the Studio Babelsberg first preparations are under way. Studio spokesman Eike Wolf wanted this for “confidentiality reasons” but did not confirm.

The casting for the extras plans “movie faces” for 26 April in Berlin in Delphi Film Theatre . Who is taken must expect one to three days of shooting.


Read the German article at MorgenPost.de!

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