Secret Sisters Are Going To Be on ‘The Hunger Games’ Soundtrack

Secret Sisters, a country music duo of sisters Lydia and Laura Rogers, told Alabama Times Daily that their single “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder” is set to appear on “The Hunger Games”  movie soundtrack.

Their inspiration for the song, they explained, came from last spring’s tornado tragedy in Alabama.

“We were in Australia when the tornadoes came through Alabama,” Laura Rogers said. “It was so tough for us to be away from home when all that was going on. There, Lydia sat down and wrote a song stemming from that sadness, ‘Tomorrow Will Be Kinder.’ Even though it came from a really dark circumstance, it is about looking forward to better days. Just recently, we found out that song is going to be on ‘The Hunger Games’ soundtrack. We recorded that song with T Bone [Burnett] in New York.”

source: NextMovie.com

Josh Hutcherson Has Watched ‘A Good Little Bit’ Of The Hunger Games FIlm

 

MTV was able to catch up with Hunger Games actor Josh Hutcherson at 2012 People’s Choice Awards last night.

He revealed that he has actually seen some of the finished film via his Automated Dialogue Recording sessions (wherein actors re-record certain sections of dialogue in order to improve the quality of the audio).

“I did ADR yesterday, actually. I saw a good little bit of the film yesterday; it looks good,” he assured. “I’m really excited. The music is insane. The sound design, the editing, everything is amazing. It’s coming together great.” Continue reading “Josh Hutcherson Has Watched ‘A Good Little Bit’ Of The Hunger Games FIlm” »

‘Hunger Games’ Hair Colorist Created Over 500 Color Designs

Beautyhigh.com had an interview with Cherry Petenbrink, the lead hair color designer for all of the leads and over 500 extra’s in the Hunger Games film. Cherry worked with Linda Flowers, hair department head, to create all of the famous looks notorious in the Capitol.

For Katniss’ mute brown hair, Petenbrink was asked to create a flat, matte brunette shade that would “defy any trace of warmth.”

“Jennifer actually likes the color,” says Petenbrink. “She’s still wearing it, even though she has finished filming!”

As for the over-the-top color in the Capitol, Patenbrink was told that the looks should be “sophisticated, couture and edgy.” Collaborating with Costume Designer Judianna Makovsky and Linda Flowers, she was challenged to create color designs for each of the 500 extras, using brights and pastels. “When you work with these colors, it’s a challenge to make them look trendsetting and visionary and not clown-like,” says Petenbrink.

‘Hunger Games’ Star Josh Hutcherson Talks Kissing Co-star Jennifer Lawrence

Access Hollywood had a chat with Josh Huctherson last night at the People’s Choice Awards. Josh was asked about kissing co-star Jennifer Lawrence in the upcoming Hunger Games movie.

“It was good,” the 19-year-old actor – who plays Peeta Mellark in the movie – said, beaming.

“Jennifer Lawrence is beautiful, so I’m not going to complain,” he said of his co-star, who plays the movie’s lead, Katniss Everdeen. “It was good.”

Adding, “It was a really fun time shooting.”

The actor explained to AccessHollywood.com’s Laura Saltman that the movie’s team worked very hard to shroud the North Carolina set in secrecy.

“They kept a very tight set. They were strict about letting people on and off and they had black curtains up everywhere,” Josh explained. “So, they wanted to keep it locked down.” Continue reading “‘Hunger Games’ Star Josh Hutcherson Talks Kissing Co-star Jennifer Lawrence” »