Ballad of the Nightingale and the Snake, a new promotional message to the students of the Academy

The main characters of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of the Nightingale and the Snake appear in a new commercial showing the message to the students.

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of the Nightingale and the Snake, a new promo message for the Academy students

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of the Nightingale and the Serpent this is a movie prequel saga based on the novels of Suzanne Collins, which will appear in Italian cinemas in November and online new promo in which the main characters greet the students.
As such, Casca Highbottom, Dr. Volumnia Gallus, student Sejanus Plint, and Coriolanus Snow appear in the film to welcome those who have been chosen to study at the Academy and therefore may join the team that represents the “glory of Panem”.

Prequel project details

The director of The Hunger Games, a ballad about a nightingale and a snake, we find Francis Lawrence, who directed three of the four films of the original saga. Starring promising Britons Tom Blyth and Rachel Zegler from West Side Story and Hunter Schafer from Euphoria. It stars Viola Davis, Peter Dinklage and Jason Schwartzman in supporting roles.

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The official synopsis teases: “Years before becoming the tyrannical president of Panem, 18-year-old Coriolanus Snow is the last hope for the good name of his fading home: the proud family has fallen on hard times in the post-war Capitol..”

As the tenth annual Hunger Games approaches, young Snow fears for his reputation as he is appointed mentor to Lucy Gray Baird, a tribute girl from the unfortunate District 12. But when Lucy Gray draws all the people of Panem to fulfill the challenge at the harvest ceremony, Snow realizes that it could turn the tide in his favor. Combining their entertainment instincts and political cunning, Snow and Lucy will seek to survive in a race against time to decide who is the nightingale and who is the snake..”

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