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Robert Pattinson Won’t be Catching Fire in Hunger Games Sequel
Robert Pattinson is in Cannes helping promote David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis, but woke up hearing the rumor that he had been cast in The Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire. Specifically his name, among others, was being floated around for the role of Finnick Odair, a District 4 Tribute that Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss will meet in the next film. Robert Pattinson himself put the smack down on the rumor, but apparently he had to get some clarification himself!
Pattinson talked to USA Today and said that upon waking up and hearing the rumors he called his agent, whom of it can now never be said is not a straight shooter.
My agent was like, ‘No,’ ” Pattinson reports. “(My agent) was like no one’s going to offer you that part,” Pattinson says, breaking into a laugh. “I was like, thanks for the reassurance.
So, no, at least for now, no Pattinson in Catching Fire, but as one can imagine he isn’t struggling for work. Of course, he has Breaking Dawn Part 2 being released this November, but he also has another possible Cronenberg film in the mix, along with Michod’s The Rover (which just got distribution), and is attached to Mission: Blacklist.
Catching Fire, with out or without Pattinson (for now most definitely without), will hit theaters in November 2013.