Video: Woody Harrelson on Haymitch’s development in Catching Fire

 

Woody Harrelson.

Like Jennifer Lawrence, Woody Harrelson has also went to Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). When promoting Seven Psychopath, Josh Horowitz from MTV News’ had the opportunity to interview him. (See the video HERE!)

The below is an abstract of what Woody Harrelson has said about Catching Fire. (Not much spoilers!🙂 )

“I think that it’s a really good script, a really strong script, so I feel good about that,” he said. “That’s the big question mark, since there was so little time to get that script together.”

As for his preparation process, Harrelson said he took an even deeper dive into Haymitch’s fragile, post-Games psyche.

“Francis had asked me if I had studied PTSD — post-traumatic stress disorder — and I actually did in college. I was a psychology minor. So I met a guy who has PTSD in Maui,” Harrelson said. “You know, I like the way Francis is very thorough, very on top of everything. I really feel great. I loved Gary. I thought Gary did an incredible job with the first one, but I do think Francis is going to do great with this.”

If Harrelson had one (albeit small) complaint about the first installment, it was that Ross didn’t allow him to go the full Haymitch — literally falling-down drunk. He hopes to remedy that in the sequel.

“I talked with Francis about that,” Harrelson said with a chuckle. “I’m going to try to go as far as possible. You know me. I’ll try to take it over the top.”

Well well! That does seems like a lot of development!🙂 Personally, I wonder if we will see more of Haymitch’s history.

The Hunger Games, rated PG13, was released on 22 March 2012 and DVD and Blu-Ray are now available. “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” is scheduled for release on 22 November 2013 in USA.

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(Credits: MTV via Hunger Games Trilogy.)

Posted on September 23, 2012, in Catching Fire Movie and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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