The Hunger Games: The Ballad of the Nightingale and the SerpentThe long-awaited prequel to the movie saga of the same name, which will be released in November, will not fail to offer the public some especially gory scenes.
Based on the novel of the same name by Suzanne Collins, the story of the anticipated prequel takes place over 60 years ago parent movie events The Hunger Gamesarrived in 2012. Here will be told the rise of the very young Coriolanus Snow, the future tyrannical dictator, played for the occasion by Tom Blyth (Gilded Age, Billy the Kid), and the new protagonist Lucy Gray Baird, played by Rachel Zegler (West Side Storyscandalous game remake snow White).
In an interview published over the past few hours, director Francis Lawrence anticipated one of the film’s key moments, namely the start of the tenth edition games. The Hunger Games. The scene in question was described by Lawrence himself as a “bloodbath”, who also took the opportunity to praiseintense performance on the set of Rachel Zegler. The director stated:
Games will open blood bath, that’s what we call it, and that’s exactly what he had to do right away. He left the set full of bruises almost every day, but thanks to this, his excellent fighting skills were manifested.
There official synopsis movie says: Years before becoming the tyrannical President of Panem, eighteen-year-old Coriolanus Snow became the last hope for the good name of his fading home: a proud family that had 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 assigned to mentor Lucy Gray Baird, a girl from the unfortunate District 12. But when Lucy Gray draws the entire people of Panem to the challenge at the harvest ceremony, Snow realizes that this could turn the tide in his favor. Combining their instinct for entertainment 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..
The film was directed by Francis Lawrence and is based on a screenplay written by Suzanne Collins herself in collaboration with Michael Arndt AND Michael Lessley. Collins also serves as an executive producer along with Tim Paylen, Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson.
The main cast includes young actors. Rachel Zegler AND Tom Blyth as Lucy Gray Baird and Coriolanus Snow respectively. Other famous names are added to them, such as Viola Davis as Dr. Volumnia Gallus, Peter Dinklage like Casca Highbottom Hunter Schafer as Tigris Snow Jason Schwartzman in the case of Lucretius “Lucky” Flickerman. They complete the cast Isobel Jesper Johns, Flora Lee Tiemann, Honor Gillis, Eike Onyambu, Konstantin-Tafet, Burn Gorman, Scott Folan, Carl Spencer, Fionnula Flanagan, Michael Greco AND Daniela Grubert.
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of the Nightingale and the Serpent will arrive in Italian cinemas November 16, 2023.
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