Alexander Ludwig joins 'Vikings'; Isabelle Fuhrman on set of 'Dear Eleanor'

The cast of The Hunger Games has been quite busy, especially the fallen District 2 Tributes, Alexander Ludwig and Isabelle Fuhrman.

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Alexander, who played Cato, has joined the cast of HISTORY’s scripted series Vikings as a series regular.

HISTORY announced today new casting for season two of its hit drama series VIKINGS, including Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games) as Bjorn, the intelligent and bold warrior son of Ragnar Lothbrok and Linus Roache (Law & Order) as Ecbert, King of Wessex, a man full of strength, knowledge and undisguised ambition.

Over the nine weeks in season one, VIKINGS became the #1 new cable series of the year, averaging 4.3 million total viewers, 2.0 million Adults 25-54 and 1.8 Adults 18-49.

HISTORY has picked up VIKINGS for a 10-episode second season. Season two will begin production this summer and is slated to return in 2014.

VIKINGS tells the extraordinary tales of the lives and epic adventures of these warriors. The drama portrays the world of these Dark Age raiders, traders, explorers – not from an outsider’s view, but, through the eyes of Viking society.

 

Isabelle, on the other hand, was spotted on the set of her upcoming movie, Dear Eleanor, along with her co-star Joel Courtney.

**EXCLUSIVE** Isabelle Fuhrman clutches a hampster as she films a kissing scene with Joel Courtney for "Dear Eleanor" in Colorado

Check out pictures of the Clove actress over at Just Jared.

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