Kristen Bell Talks About Her Campaign To Be Johanna And More With Huffington Post
Kristen Bell is very public about her interest in playing Johanna Mason, the female Tribute from District 7, and had started a campaign for the role.
In an recent interview with Huffington Post, Kristen Bell wasn’t shy to reveal her love for ‘The Hunger Games’ trilogy and also updates on how her campaign to play Johanna Mason is going.
Now, “The Hunger Games.” I know you’re a big fan.
It’s all I think about.
Anything new in your campaign to be Joanna? Is that still happening?
I mean from my campaign desk here on my full-size bed in a back bedroom in my family’s house in Oregon, there are no new developments [Laughs] — other than the fact that I am trying to stay on top of it and not age too rapidly so that I can still be cast.
For Halloween, were you Katniss?
No, but my 30th birthday I themed after “The Hunger Games” and I put District numbers up around. I put District 4 for water over the pool. I put District 2 for electronics over the stereo and iPod. I had a blow-up castle bouncy house on the front lawn and I put The Capitol over the bouncy house. And over my front door, I put District 12. All my friends dressed as the characters and I dressed as Katniss. I was head-to-toe in spandex with a fire cape and carried a bow and arrow.
That sounds pretty damn epic.
Oh yeah, it was pretty much major. I had friends that went all out. I have friends that like do it. They do not mess around. I had friends who came as Cato and Clove and were dressed in weird sewn-together fabric leaves and army colors. They had the football black under their eyes and they had taken all the knives in their house, even the butcher knives, and wrapped them in duct tape so they wouldn’t be too sharp and flung them over their body like sort of ammo lines. They had all these knives taped to them — it was amazing. I had a couple Effie Trinkets. It was pretty exceptional. People dressed up like tracker jackers. They were like bumble bees, but with huge horns.
Head over to Huffington Post for the full interview.
‘The Hunger Games’ will be released in Singapore on 22 March 2012.
Posted on January 6, 2012, in Catching Fire Movie, The Hunger Games Movie and tagged Catching Fire Movie, District 7, Johanna Mason, Kristen Bell, The Huffington Post, The Hunger Games Movie, The Hunger Games Trilogy, Tribute. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.