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Kevin Nash up for Hunger Games Role

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For the none of you that can't get enough of Kevin Nash, there's some good news: he may be coming to a theater near you in a role in the upcoming Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire. Word on the internets is that he may play Brutus, a former Hunger Games winner in his 40's. Hunger Games-related spoilers and explanation after the jump.

As most of you probably know, The Hunger Games series of novels explores the story of Katniss, the teenage girl who, in the first book of the trilogy, is forcibly selected for and subsequently wins a reality show-type game in which children kill each other in a fight for survival. In the second book, Katniss is drawn back into the Hunger Games when former winners are forced to compete again. Brutus volunteers to reenter the Games and forms an alliance with Katniss.

I've read all of the Hunger Games novels, and honestly, I don't remember Brutus at all, which could be a bad thing or a good thing, depending on your perspective. Those of us who have seen about enough of Kevin Nash on our TVs should perhaps be pulling for him to clinch the role and the big payday that will doubtlessly come with it so that he won't be asking his buddy Triple H to write him onto WWE programming anytime soon.

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