The Hunger Games Prequel, A ballad about birds and snakes, should begin production in early 2022. Joe Drake, president of the Lionsgate Film Group, commented on the film and said things are moving well. Prequel looks at the release date of 2023 or 2024.
According to News from Yahoo Entertainment, most people who were previously involved in the franchise are returning. Francis Lawrence applied for directing. Producers Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson are also on board. Hunger Games author of the trilogy Susan Collins will be the executive producer and will write the cover of the film, while Michael Arndt (Little Miss Sunshine) will adjust the script.
Here is a synopsis for A ballad about birds and snakes: “The film will focus on Coriolanus Snow at the age of 18, a year before he became the tyrannical president of Panema. Young Coriolanus is beautiful and charming, and although the Snow family fell in difficult times, he sees a chance to change his fortune when he is selected as a mentor at the Tenth Hunger Games … only to have his excitement diminished 12th District. ”
The Hunger Games the franchise has grossed $ 3 billion worldwide. At a time of pandemics and streaming versus theatrical wars, Drake declares that he believes the audience will come. “There’s an audience that wants to go back” to theaters, Drake confirmed. “I believe the market will return. … It will be a strong, robust platform for monetizing our films. “Sure, people are worried about going back to theaters with several variants of Covid-19 taking to the streets, but he thinks big brands still have the power to influence viewers.
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