'Catching Fire' Finds Half of District 1 Career Tributes, Gloss


Alan Ritchson


It is Alan Ritchson who has been cast as Cashmere's brother, who dies on Day 2 of the 75th Hunger Games.

Another tribute for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" has been found. A day after Lionsgate Films announced that Bruno Gunn has been cast as Brutus, the studio now confirms that it has hired the perfect actor to play Gloss of the District 1. The chosen thesp is Alan Ritchson, who recently starred on CBS' comedy pilot "Super Fun Night".

A former Career tribute from District 1, Gloss is competing in the Quarter Quell alongside his sister Cashmere. The brother-sister duo is described as twenty-something in the Suzanne Collins book. The siblings are killed by Katniss Everdeen and Johanna Mason on Day 2 of the Third Quarter Quell.

Katnis shoots her arrow into Gloss' right temple, while Johanna throws an axe into Cashmere's chest. Getting the 11th place, Gloss is also known for slaughtering Wiress by slitting her throat. His sister, who places 10th, is dubbed a prostitute for the Capitol by Haymitch Abernathy.

To open in the U.S. on November 22, 2013, the sequel to "The Hunger Games" will see Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) being forced to compete in a special 75th staging of the Hunger Games, where they must fight against past winners. The movie will be directed by Francis Lawrence and is set to begin filming in Georgia this September.

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