- Apr 16, 2007
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I'm actually intrigued now after watching the trailer, if anything for the cast alone. Dinklage, Davis, Schwartzman...not too shabby.
Same here. I'd not call myself a fan but I like watching them. This trailer has done enough to interest me and get me to give it a chance.I'm not even the biggest fan of this franchise outside of Catching Fire which I remember being pretty awesome at the time, but I actually really enjoyed that trailer and I'm already loving the tone.
The cast for this looks great as well.
Physical copy or digital?I finally gave in and put myself on the waitlist at my local library for this book. The trailers just got me.
.... I hate myself.
I had the opposite problem! I've been on the waitlist for an e-book for a while, but I'm able to pick up the physical book today. That never happens to me.Physical copy or digital?
If the former, you may be able to get it faster if you try to check out the ebook from your library.
Libby app is great
It is currently projected to make 90-142 million overall in the US, which would be around what the previous films did just in opening weekend. It has a relatively small budget for a blockbuster though, so it could still end up making money.Watching the movie for Viola Davis. Hope it has the success of all the previous films.
“The Hunger Games” prequel “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” has received an interim agreement from the actors guild – meaning stars Rachel Zegler, Viola Davis and Peter Dinklage are clear to promote the film before it premieres in theaters Nov. 17.
So far, more than 100 films including A24’s “Priscilla” and “The Iron Claw,” as well as Michael Mann’s racing drama “Ferrari,” have obtained interim agreements amid the SAG-AFTRA strike. To get an interim agreement, producers must operate independently from companies belonging to the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and agree to terms proposed by the guild in its negotiations. Since Lionsgate, which is backing “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,” is not part of the AMPTP, its films are eligible.