The four Hunger Games stars just returned from DVD signings in New York City, Miami and Santa Clarita, Calif.
“I liked Rue and Foxface, but after shooting and seeing Isabelle in action, I think Clove’s character is really cool,” Amandla dished to TeenVogue on the character she would’ve loved to portray in the flick.
She added, “Even though she’s totally menacing.”
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Dayo Okeniyi hangs out with Alexander Ludwig and Jack Quaid during The Walking Dead 100th Issue Black-Carpet event held at PETCO Park during the 2012 San Diego Comic Con on Friday night (July 13) in San Diego, Calif.
The Hunger Games stars chilled out with a zombie before heading out to the Maxim, FX and Fox Home Entertainment Comic-Con Party at the Andaz.
Later that night, the four Hunger Games stars stepped out at the Wired Cafe at the Palm Terrace at the Omni Hotel.
“At the IGN Expendables 2 party with @jackquaid92 @amandlastenberg causing a ruckus!” Dayo tweeted while at the Lionsgate/IGN The Expendables 2 Party held at Float at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego the night before.
FYI: Willow is wearing Marc by Marc Jacobs.
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Dayo, wearing a Calvin Klein suit and Esquivel shoes, tweeted after the festivities, “What a night, What a night, WHAT A NIGHT!!!” He completed his look with VOID cufflinks and watch and was styled by Sophia Banks-Coloma.
The 15-year-old actress recently chatted with Seventeen mag about her character Clove, and her favorite scenes of the flick. Check it:
On her favorite scene: “The feast scene, when I attack Katniss. I got to do all my own stunts, so it was very cool to be able to put all of my training to the test. At the end of the day, Jennifer Lawrence and I were like, ‘Oh my God, I’m so tired!’”
On being known for darker roles: “I think because the souls of dark characters are so different than good characters. When someone does something bad, you kind of have to dig deeper to figure out what it is that made them want to do that thing. I just think it’s interesting to be able to understand someone who is so different from me.”
On portraying District 2 tribute, Clove: “I actually wrote a back story for her, like a biography. I had to stick to the book as much as I could because the book has such a huge fan base and I’m such a huge fan of the book as well. I wrote about where I thought she came from, her family and how she might know Cato and other people in the Games.”