The director regrets the last two parts of “The Hunger Games”

The director regrets the last two parts of "The Hunger Games"

It will be published in November hunger Games The occasional song of songbirds and snakes in movie theaters. Director Francis Lawrence returns to the series. During an interview, he talked about his work in the Hunger Games films, and still regrets the drastic choice in the last two films.

in Recent interview with People.com Lawrence reveals that he regrets splitting the final book in the saga. MockingjayIn two films. While he feels both films have unique dramatic arcs, he doesn’t think the choice was right for fans.

Depressing ending
“I completely regret it. It may not apply to everyone, but it definitely applies to me.” Lawrence reveals. “I didn’t realize until later, after hearing the reactions from fans and critics, that Mockingjay Part 1 had a disappointing ending.”

“I imagine the fans were angry.” The manager continues. “If an episode of a TV series has a cliffhanger ending, all you have to do is wait a week for the sequel. But asking fans to wait a year to find out how the movie will end seems a little unfair, even though it wasn’t meant to be.” About Me.”

4 hours
“I’m glad we were able to bring so many elements of the book to the big screen.” Lawrence concludes. “Both parts together last more than 4 hours, and it would have never been possible to cram it all into one movie.”

Young President Snow
The Hunger Games: Song of Songbirds and Snakes It tells the story of young Coriolanus Snow, years before he becomes the evil president of Panem. During the 10th Annual Hunger Games, he gets the opportunity to train Lucy Gray Bird, a poor girl from District 12, and uphold his family’s honor.

In leadership roles hunger GamesPlayed by Tom Blythe and Rachel Ziegler (West Side Story). There are also roles for Hunter Schaeffer (trance), Jason Schwartzman (Asteroid city), Viola Davis (The woman king) and Peter Dinklage (game of thrones). The Hunger Games: A Song of Songbirds and Snakes It will be released in Dutch cinemas on November 16.

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