Jennifer Lawrence wants more Hunger Games

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence would love to return to the 'Hunger Games' franchise for more movies as she is upset at the thought of the series ending.

Jennifer Lawrence wants to make more 'Hunger Games' movies.

The 24-year-old actress is finishing work on the fourth instalment of the franchise, 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part II' and is devastated at the thought of not playing Katniss Everdeen again or not spending as much time with co-stars Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson.

She said: "I think we're done with the press tour. I've got, like, one more thing to shoot for Hunger Games. We just have one scene to do for the end

"I'm not happy about it at all. I would totally do [more movies]. And now Liam's doing a movie in Australia for two months. It's the longest that the three of us have ever spent apart."

After working together for so long, Jennifer says her co-stars are like brothers to her and they squabble over trivial things.

Asked by Eddie Redmayne in conversation for Interview magazine if they have a sibling relationship, she said: "Yeah. We were just on the plane, and Josh was eating something that I don't like--salmon or something. I was eating my own snack and he kept eating my snack. I was going to share with him because I'm not an asshole, but then finally I was like, 'I can't eat your snack. So it's not fair that you're eating my snack!' Our security guard just started laughing at us. And we were like, 'It's been a lot of years!' "

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

  • 3 stars
  • 2015
  • US
  • 136 min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Francis Lawrence
  • Written by: Peter Craig, Danny Strong
  • Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth
  • UK release: 19 November 2015

In the final part of the saga, as the plot and pace pick up, Katniss (Lawrence) plots to kill Snow (Sutherland) and heads to the capital with a team of rebels. Bar a couple of stand-out scenes, it plods a bit and Lawrence feels like she's outgrown the role. Functional rather than fantastic.


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