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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Gets Meta
Catching Fire, next year’s sequel to the Jennifer Lawrence led blockbuster The Hunger Games, has added yet another new face for fans continuing their journey through the adaptations of Suzanne Collins’ novels. Meta Golding has been chosen to play Enobaria, a former Tribute from District 2. She’s unique in that she sports a gold grill, a tribute she had done for her previous accomplishments.
It’s more than likely that you’ve caught Golding on tv at some point, as she has appeared in spots in a variety of shows for almost 2 decades, but she had several appearances on TNT’s Dark Blue and ABC’s Day Break. If you’re like me you’ve never even heard of those shows, and would be more familiar with Meta when she stepped in for AJ Cook on Criminal Minds as agent Jordan Todd during the CBS procedural’s 4th season when the actress had maternity leave.
Golding joins other newcomers making their Hunger Games debut in Catching Fire, including academy award winner Philip Seymour Hoffman and Jena Malone, who landed the coveted role of Johanna Mason. After widespread rumors of Sam Claflin being tabbed as another key character, Finnick Odair, nothing official has been announced.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hits theaters on November 22nd, 2013.