Hunger Games tributes Isabelle Fuhrman and Ian Nelson answer fans' questions

Continuing the tradition laid down by Alexander Ludwig, last week, followed by Annie Thurman, we have two more The Hunger Games tributes talking to fans on Twitter. Last night, Isabelle Fuhrman and Ian Nelson took to twitter conducting a Q&A with fans.

Isabelle Fuhrman (Clove):

Q: how did you get started acting?
A: well, I always liked playing dress up and pretending and one day I just woke up and told my mom, “I wanna be an actress”

Q: How happy were you to get to play Clove?
A: Super happy!

Q: What special characteristics will you be bringing to your character, Clove?
A: you’ll just have to wait and see

Q: Did you read The Hunger Games trilogy?
A: Hunger Games, is one of my favorite series!

Q: Favorite book?
A: I love reading so I love tons of books. I love the Hunger Games series, the Maximum Ride series, and the Gone series…etc

Q: what type of roles would you be looking for next?
A: I don’t know yet, anything that will stretch my range as an actress!

Q: Which is your favorite book of the series?
A: My favorite book in the trilogy is Mockingjay

Ian Nelson (District 3):

Q: What did you feel about the books when you first read them?
A: The books are brilliant and it is an honor to be a part of it

Q: Who is your favorite character from the Hunger Games trilogy?
A: each character has certain attributes that make the trilogy amazing! All the characters are great!

Q: How did you react when you found out you got the part in The Hunger Games?
A: I was and still am thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful story

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