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Diana Ross’ son cast in ‘The Hunger Games’

Diana Ross’ son cast in ‘The Hunger Games’

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Diana Ross’ actor son Evan has been cast in the third and fourth installments of The Hunger Games film franchise.

The 25 year old will play Messalla, according to the official Twitter.com account for the movie studio.

A post on the social media site reads, “It’s official! Please welcome Evan Ross as Messalla to the cast of @TheHungerGames Mockingjay Parts 1&2″.

He’s not the only newcomer to the cast – on Monday, it was announced that up-and-coming Australian actress Stef Dawson would play Annie Cresta and Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer has also signed on to join the cast, which includes Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson.

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