Just about all the major pieces are now in place for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and not a moment too soon. During yesterday’s announcement that Sons of Anarchy actor Patrick St. Esprit would be co-starring District 12 Peacekeeper Romulus Thread, I noted that former District 2 victor Enobaria was perhaps the last new character remaining to be cast. Today comes news that the part has just gone to Meta Golding, a Haitian-American actress whose previous credits include Day Break, Criminal Minds, and Dark Blue.

But while most (if not all) of the bigger supporting roles are spoken for at this point, there are still plenty of bit parts remaining to be cast. Hit the jump for more info on Golding’s casting, plus details on how to snag a job as an extra on Catching Fire.

The Francis Lawrence-directed second installment of the Hunger Games franchise follows Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) embarking on a victory tour around Panem. As they dutifully make the rounds, they come to realize that a major rebellion against the Capitol is brewing. The story sees them crossing paths with several other previous Games winners, including Mags (Lynn Cohen), Finnick (Sam Claflin), Johanna (Jena Malone), Beetee (Tony Shaloub), and Wiress (Amanda Plummer). A Career tribute, the brutal Enobaria is known for having won in her year by ripping out another tribute’s throat with her teeth.

Fortunately, those interested in becoming extras on Catching Fire likely won’t have to do anything quite so vicious to get in. A casting call has just gone out for extras who can help out when filming begins in Atlanta next month, and On Location Vacations got the info on how to apply. (To clear up any confusion, The Idiom appears to be the working title for Catching Fire.)

Catrett Locke Casting
THE IDIOM
Currently Seeking

African American Children 12 and younger Light-medium skin tone very thin. Need to have the ability to cry. Want to see distress in their eyes. Would love to see their crying ability on tape.
Subject “CRYING CHILDREN”

African American female darker skinned very thin age 60-80. Needs to have a hunched back or the ability to lose like that for an extended amount of time. Also need to have the ability to cry. See the pain in their eyes. Would love to see a video of them crying.
Subject “CRYING GRANDMOTHER”

African American female darker skinned tall and muscular age 16-15. Again the ability to cry. Would love to see them cry on video.
Subject “CRYING MUSCLE”

The extremely skinny any ethnicity and gender. Please submit 3 pics that shows your thin body frame and women no make-up please. We need to sell starvation and poverty.
Subject “THE SKINNY”

Caucasian women with weathered faces. These are hard-working women that have been through alot. This is where your no make-up is going to sell it. No photo shop show us the real you. We need the character faces to bring the scene to life.
Subject “WEATHERED”

Caucasian men and women that are skinny that have irregular teeth. You need to a a thin stature as well. Please send a picture of your smile for us. No make-up. This goes with the starvation and poverty.
Subject “TEETH”

Seeking Caucasian men and women that have some grip/lighting/rigging experience
Subject “TECH”

Seeking those with some Hair and Make-up experience.
Subject “PREP”

Caucasian Men and women with very thin frames with acting experience/ Please attach pics that show your thin frame as well as your acting resume.
Subject “YELL”

Seeking Children 1-17 very thin frames for the older ones more so. This goes hand and hand with starvation and poverty.
Subject “Children”

If you fit the descriptions listed above then please e-mail Idiomavailcheck@gmail.com please include 3 pics (head and body) age, ht, wt, and all contact info. Please list any additional info that was listed with the role you are submitting for. Please put appropriate listing in the subject box. Attach Videos and resumes as well.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will open November 22, 2013.

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