You can't keep a good Tribute down for long.
Leven Rambin will trade the luxuries of District 1 for the hallowed halls of Mount Olympus as she joins the cast of "Percy Jackson: The Sea of Monsters," according to Variety.
Rambin, who can currently be seen in theaters as Glimmer in "The Hunger Games," will play the role of Clarisse, the daughter of Ares, the God of War. Besides being something of a perfectionist, Clarisse has also picked up a skill or two from dear old dad when it comes to fighting.
The "Hunger Games" loser (well, her and 21 others, to be fair) joins an ensemble that includes returning cast members Logan Lerman, Alexandra Daddario, Jake Abel and Booker T. Washington, as well as new cast members Nathan Fillion (Hermes) and Anthony Head (Chiron). The sequel deals with Percy's quest to brave the Sea of Monsters in search of the mythical Golden Fleece.
Leven Rambin, a television veteran who's appeared on "One Tree Hill," "CSI: Miami," "Scoundrels," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," will next be seen in Curtis Hanson's surfing drama, "Of Men and Mavericks," opening Oct. 26. She's also attached to writer-director Warren P. Sonoda's high school thriller, "Run" (an action she's quite good at after starring in "The Hunger Games").
Production on "Percy Jackson: The Sea of Monsters" will commence on April 16 in Vancouver under the direction of Thor Freudenthal ("Hotel For Dogs," "Diary of a Wimpy Kid"). The film will hit theaters on March 26, 2013.