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Dayo Okeniyi Joins 'Terminator: Genesis'; 2nd & 3rd Movie Filming Back-to-Back

7:50 PM 3/28/2014 by Binh Ngo
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The Hunger Games' Dayo Okeniyi has landed the final major role in Terminator: Genesis, Deadline has learned. He beats out John Boyega and will play Miles Dyson's son, Danny. Okeniyi will join a cast that includes Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke, and Jai Courtney.
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Dayo Okeniyi Lands Final ‘Terminator’ Lead

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: In what should be a star making role, Dayo Okeniyi has been set to star in Terminator: Genesis, the franchise reboot for Skydance Productions and Paramount Pictures. And here is some more good news for fans: they have made first plans to shoot three installments to put this saga to rest. 6 years 48 weeks ago via jetli
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‘Hunger Games’ Actor to Play Miles Dyson’s Son in ‘Terminator’ (EXCLUSIVE)

variety.com – After fighting for his life against humans in “The Hunger Games,” Dayo Okeniyi is now ready to fight for his life against cyborgs in Paramount and Skydance’s “Terminator.” Best known for his role as Thresh in Lionsgate’s “The Hunger Games,” Okeniyi has been tapped to play Miles Dyson’s son in the latest installment in the... 6 years 48 weeks ago via jetli
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'Hunger Games' Actor Dayo Okeniyi Books Pair of Big-Screen Roles (Exclusive)

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feedproxy.google.com – The Nigerian actor, who played Thresh in The Hunger Games, has booked a pair of roles in the indie coming-of-age drama The Spectacular Now and the Ben Affleck starrer Runner Runner for New Regency. 8 years 32 weeks ago via jetli
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Stenberg, Okeniyi Play "Hunger Games"

darkhorizons.com – Amandla Stenberg ("Colombiana") and Dayo Okeniyi ("Slew Hampshire") are set to play the characters of Rue and Thresh respectively in the upcoming film adaptation of "The Hunger Games" at Lionsgate. In the books, the pair are the tributes from District 11 who've been sent to fight to the death in the titular games. 9 years 45 weeks ago via donnieyen
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