The Hunger games has long been the biggest hit of the franchise, with the first movie grossing more than $1.8 billion worldwide and spawning a sequel and a TV series.
It’s become the most-watched movie franchise in history, with more than 3 billion viewers tuning in to see who gets the trophy.
That’s just over half the audience that watched last year’s film, but the movie still had a significant impact on the box office.
EW caught up with the filmmaker behind the film and a handful of other films to get a peek at what’s in store for this sequel.
What’s different about the Hunger Games sequel than the original trilogy?
We’re talking about a whole new world, a whole different world, and a whole lot of action and a lot of emotion.
It was definitely a whole world we couldn’t have imagined.
What was different about it was that it was a completely different story.
There was no story in this movie that was completely unique to this movie, but there was a story that was unique to the movie.
What’s it about that made the original film resonate?
One of the things that made it work was the fact that the story was told in the first film, which was the story of the characters and the events that led to the end of the trilogy.
We had to take all that into account.
In the sequel, the story is completely different.
It starts in the year 2022, and we’re in a very different world than we were in the original.
What were the most exciting things you were able to explore with this sequel?
One thing that was really exciting was that we were able as filmmakers to take some of the elements that made them so compelling and do them a whole other kind of good, and create a different kind of movie.
We were able then to build that world in a way that it felt like the original story.
Were there any surprises in the film?
I’m very happy with the way it ended.
It felt like a very satisfying ending, and I think it also gave the audience a lot to look forward to.
What are some of your favorite quotes from the film so far?
I’ve been very happy to have a few of my favorite quotes.
I loved the line, “The universe’s a dangerous place,” because that was a very clear and very emotional moment.
It also spoke to the fact, “Don’t be afraid to be crazy.”
So I love that quote, and it also spoke about not being afraid to make decisions.
That really struck a chord with me.
How did you come up with those quotes?
I wrote a lot about my character, but also some of my family, and the people that surround me.
We all share the same background, so we all share those experiences.
I’ve got to say, “This is the first time I’ve ever had to do that.
I never had to deal with that before.”
I think that’s where it’s coming from.
When I started writing the movie, I thought, “I have to be very careful because I know how to tell a story,” but at the same time, I wanted to make sure that the characters understood what I was doing and why I was writing it.
So that was kind of my plan, too.
Were you surprised by how popular the movie was?
I was very surprised.
I mean, it was kind the opposite of how we expected it to be.
I knew that the movie would be very popular.
I didn’t know how popular it would be.
Did you feel pressure to release it before the end?
It was kind a challenge for me, because I’m an indie filmmaker.
I’m not really the type of guy who can go in and write an entire movie in a week.
I have to come up against a certain deadline and the type the movie is.
I was worried that I might not be able to do it.
I don’t think that there was pressure from anyone.
I think there was just this sense that we had to be able.
Were the biggest challenges you faced as a director?
I think the biggest challenge was that the Hunger games are a really big franchise, and this movie has to be a very special experience.
I guess that was the biggest thing for me.
I wanted it to feel very special.
I also think it had to have the same emotional weight as the original movie.
There’s this sense of urgency, and you’re not sure if it’s going to be successful or not.
We knew we were going to have to make a movie, and so that was one of the big challenges.
What did you learn from your own experiences working on The Hunger game trilogy?
I had to learn a lot.
I felt like I really learned how to be in control of myself and not letting anyone in.
I learned a lot from working on the original movies.
I definitely had some good experiences, but I also learned that there’s no point in