|Mockingjay Part 2 will release November 20, 1015|
How much do I enjoy the series of movies for The Hunger Games? I’ve been to marathons for each new release. Each movie has been aired over the big screen TV in the living room at least once.
Each of Suzanne Collin’s Hunger Games books was purchased and read through several times. The Hunger Games was published in 2008, Catching Fire in 2009, and Mockingjay in 2010. Although classified as young adult books, Amazon reported in August 2012 that the trilogy was its top seller. It even passed the amazing record set by the wizard himself, Harry Potter.
The books are available in 51 languages and as of 2014, sales numbers reflected at least:
The Hunger Games –28 million copies
Catching Fire – 19 million copies
Mockingjay – 18 million copies.
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It feels like I’ve been waiting years for the fourth installment to be released! November 20, 2015 seems to be dragging slowly closer. Each film has been released in a reasonable amount of time, with teasers released to keep interest piqued. The final book was split into two movies because there is just too much action and resolution for one film!
Take a look at the official trailer for Mockingjay Part II to see why you should reserve tickets early for the first showing in your area. Opening night sells out quickly, so “may the odds be ever in your favor.”