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The Next Hunger Games Arena Will Be In Kauai!

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ZOMG!

We've been so focused on who will be portraying our beloved Finnick Odair that we hadn't even thought about where he would fighting for his life once production starts up on Catching Fire!

Until now, anyway!

According to sources close to the anticipated sequel to The Hunger Games, location scouts have chosen the island of Kauai in Hawaii as the filming location for the big arena scenes during the film's climax, which, for those of you familiar with the source material, was described as island/jungle terrain…with some pretty creative - and DEADLY - twists!

Nice! Not a huge surprise, but it still will serve well as the backdrop for all that clock-ticking terror!

However, island locals, don't get too, TOO excited yet!

Apparently, production's current plan is to film on-location there the last three weeks of shooting, and they're not even starting up until the fall!

Even still, it's so cool to hear about everything coming together, isn't it?

Now MORE deets! Please!

Ideally about Finnick and his, ahem, 'trident!' Ha!

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One comment to “The Next Hunger Games Arena Will Be In Kauai!”



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    Have not read the book yet but there is a reason so many movies are filmed on Kauai - it truly is the most beautiful island of them all . Not that they are all bad, been to Big ialand and loved it, been to Maui and it was nice, good food, but after the second trip I felt like I had seen it alll and hated the traffic (that was ten years ago). I really enjoyed the day trip we did to Molokai but at the time their downtown area had half the stores boarded up and the only place we could get both food and drink was at the Hotel Molokai. One of these years I hope to go to Oahu for at least a few days but right now the airfare from LA is so high that I will trade my timeshare for someplace in Mexico.