Ladies in ‘The Hunger Games’ Featured in Elle’s Women in Hollywood List
In the November issue of Elle magazine, the staff in Elle magazine had created a list of power women, as they called it, who work in Hollywood. These women ranging from “influential directors, actors, executives, lawyers, writers, and agents” called the shots. In this list, it includes women of ‘The Hunger Games’.
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The Hob has also included a transcript of the article just in case it’s a little too blurry for you to read.
Suzanne Collins has sold more than 8 million copies of her Hunger Games trilogy, and she’s about to bank some big numbers for indie studio Lionsgate with the series’ screen adaptation. Producer Nina Jacobson (former copresident of Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group) bought the rights to the books before they became a hit, and Lionstate’s president of production, Alli Shearmur, quickly brought the studio on board. Collins cowrote the screenplay with director Gary Ross, and Oscar-nominee Winter’s Bone actress Jennifer Lawrence as been cast as the lead, rounding out a top-notch female team expected to break box office records for the studio with the Twilight-level franchise in March. With a reported budget of $80 million, Wall Street analysts are projecting $150 million at the domestic box office.
The America November issue of Elle will hit major newsstands and bookstores on October 20, 2011.
Posted on October 15, 2011, in The Hunger Games Movie and tagged Alli Shearmur, Elle, Jennifer Lawrence, Nina Jacobson, Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games, Women In Hollywood. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.