Suzanne Collins and Francis Lawrence – Time Interview Part 1

With The Hunger Games: Catching Fire opening in theaters on Friday, Nov. TIME book critic Lev Grossman recently sat down for a long and wide-ranging conversation with Hunger Games creator-writer Suzanne Collins and Catching Fire director Francis Lawrence.

Los Angeles Premiere of Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1"

Here we go: (L-R) author Suzanne Collins, director Francis Lawrence and actor Josh Hutcher.

Hunger Games / Catching Fire / Effie

People Magazine's 'Catching Fire' Special Edition - The Hunger Games News - Panem Propaganda

To honor the series’ end, author Suzanne Collins wrote a letter to the fans and all who took part in the film. | Suzanne Collins Wrote A Touching Letter Saying Goodbye To The "Hunger Games" Series

Suzanne Collins Wrote A Touching Letter Saying Goodbye To The "Hunger Games" Series

Happy Birthday to our queen, the wonderful Suzanne Collins! The Hunger Games trilogy has changed our lives, and we are inspired each and every day by the world she created in Panem.

Wow so handsome

Hunger Games: Catching Fire Movie Clip, Training Sequence Video

All the times Haymitch comforted Katniss. They rarely got along, perhaps because they were too alike, and too hard, but that also meant they understood each other in a way no one else could.

Can we take a moment to appreciate the fact that he finally hugs Katniss.>>Haymitch is like a father-figure for Katniss☺️

Los Juegos del Hambre (2012)

Peeta Mellark will be seen in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, played by actor Josh Hutcherson.

Everything The Hunger Games Movie Left Out  (I felt a lot of these should've been included)

Everything The Hunger Games Movie Left Out

Hunger Games, The Face, Face

petta and katniss

Catching Fire- The Hunger games. "My nightmares are usually about losing you" ~ Peeta and Katniss

That happened to me. I didn't even truly get upset that she had died until Katniss told Buttercup.

I read it literally not realizing she died. It wasn't until it was mentioned again that I had to go back and do a double take. I had to reread it like 12 times just to realize what had happened.