William Levy In Talks To Be In The Third 'Hunger Games' Movie

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There's nothing better than a sexy Latino to spice up things a little bit. Not like "The Hunger Games" franchise needs more spice, but it wouldn't hurt to have William Levy join the cast either.

Yes, you read it right. Apparently, Cuban born actor William Levy is in talks to join the third "Hunger Games" movie, according to the radio show "Fórmula Espectacular."


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They reported that the producers of the movie are in talks with the actor's representatives so he can join Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay."

This is William Levy's Hollywood prime. Although he declined the offer to be in Magic Mike, his telenovela "La Tempestad" is only bringing the ratings up, a lot of parts in many big-budgeted movies are knocking on his door, and he's shooting the movie "Salsa" with Will Smith's wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith.

Will Smith recently praised Levy's work. "He's wonderful. We had dinner the other day and he's a genius with a lot of talent; he's strong, handsome and smart. It's like he's already a worldwide known superstar. I'm going to be very pleased to see him become that."


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