Back to the arena again The Hunger Games: the saga, made up of 4 films, will be fully available on Netflix. The streaming platform has decided to welcome the film saga inspired by the novels of the same name by Suzanne Collins which have had great success.
The first film in the saga came out first May of 2012 and it was a huge success. Katniss Everdeen captured the hearts of many viewers with her courage and her desire for revenge. The saga then ended in 2015 with ”Mockingjay Part 2′‘. Now, Katniss is ready to return once again and overthrow President Snow’s rule.
If you are already a fan of the series, yours will be a rewatch of the saga in view of the release of the new prequel film which will be in theaters from November 17, 2023 and it will be called: The Hunger Games, the ballad of the nightingale and the snake. Also the latter taken from the book of the same name also written by Suzanne Collins. If, on the other hand, you have never seen the films, it is precisely the case to recover them.
Apparently, the public quickly appreciated Netflix’s choice. In a very short time the series has positioned itself among the top 10 of the week and does not seem to want to abandon his post. The first film in the series, which hit theaters eleven years ago, is what allowed a Jennifer Lawrence to become a world star and make what can be called “a leap in quality”.
The protagonist of the films is Katniss Everdeen. A heroine who lives in a dystopian world divided into districts. She is found in 12. Every year they are fished 24 tributes to the ”Hunger Games” and it will be Katniss, sacrificing herself in place of her sister, who will go as a voluntary tribute. She thought she would die in the war and instead she didn’t know that she would ignite the spark of the revolution.
Netflix is offering subscribers the option to watch, or concernagain the saga before the active of the prequel will delve into the main theme of the games. We are sure we have piqued your curiosity, what are you waiting for? Run to see them!
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