Catching Fire To Be Released In November 2013
As Hunger Games Singapore has only officially started up not long ago, many interesting and exciting news have already been released to the public. Fret not! We will be presenting you news that you might have missed and you should totally know about while we present to you the latest news.
Back in August 9, 2011, the official The Hunger Games Movie Facebook Page managed by Lionsgate revealed that the release date for “Catching Fire”, the sequel to “The Hunger Games”, is November 22, 2013. No word is stated about the release date for “Catching Fire” in Singapore though.
The offical press release for “Catching Fire” movie from Lionsgate is as below.
WORLD TO CATCH FIRE NOVEMBER 22, 2013
CATCHING FIRE – FILM BASED ON SECOND BOOK IN THE HUNGER GAMES SERIES TO UNSPOOL WORLDWIDE
Santa Monica, CA, August 08, 2011– LIONSGATE® (NYSE: LGF), a leading global entertainment company, announced today that it will release CATCHING FIRE, the film adaptation of the second book in Suzanne Collins’ runaway bestselling HUNGER GAMES trilogy, on November 22, 2013. The announcement was made by Joe Drake, co-COO of Lionsgate and President of its Motion Picture Group. No further details about CATCHING FIRE have been confirmed at this stage.
Said Drake of the date, “The magical thing about the Hunger Games trilogy is that the books have such a vastly broad appeal. The stories truly offer something for everyone, and the period around the Thanksgiving weekend is such an opportunity for families and friends to make an event of going to the movies.”
THE HUNGER GAMES is currently in production and will be released on March 23, 2012. THE HUNGER GAMES is directed by Gary Ross, and produced by Nina Jacobson’s Color Force in tandem with producer Jon Kilik. Alli Shearmur, President of Development and Production at Lionsgate, is overseeing the production on behalf of the studio. There are more than 12 million copies of all three books in The Hunger Games trilogy in print in the U.S.
For further information, contact:
Lionsgate – Corporate Inquiries
Peter D. Wilkes
It’s incredibly rare to see the sequels being greenlit before the first movie is released. It was expected that Lionsgate will look at the box office for “The Hunger Games” before deciding if they shall greenlit “Catching Fire”. The fact that they had greenlit “Catching Fire” before “The Hunger Games” is released speaks volumes on how much confidence Lionsgate has in “The Hunger Games” in regarding to being a success.
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