Suzanne Collins Gives a Thoughtful Review of ‘The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes’ on Twitter

Suzanne Collins Gives a Thoughtful Review of 'The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes' on Twitter

Suzanne Collins, the mastermind behind the iconic ‘Hunger Games‘ series, took to Twitter recently. She shared her thoughts on the new film adaptation of her novel, ‘The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes.’ In her post, she goes in-depth about her feelings and feedback.

One of the standout points from Collins’ review was how she lauded the film for effectively condensing her 517-page book into a single cinematic experience. It’s no small feat, turning such a long and complex book into a film that still feels complete. And according to Suzanne, the film does it justice.

But it wasn’t just about the storyline or the adaptation process for Suzanne. She also took a moment to appreciate the cast and crew. Their hard work and dedication made this adaptation come alive on the big screen. Suzanne’s excitement is evident, as she mentioned her delight in knowing that the team will get to promote the film, due to a recent agreement with SAG-AFTRA.

You can check out her whole review in a series of Tweets below.

This film delves into the life of a young Coriolanus Snow, showing his journey as he mentors a participant from District 12, Lucy Gray Baird, in the Games. It’s fascinating because it shines a light on how Snow becomes the fierce President of Panem, a character readers came to know so well in the original Hunger Games books.


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But as with any journey, it’s not just about the destination. Suzanne Collins wrapped up her review by looking back. She reflected on the history of the Hunger Games franchise. From its inception to the place it holds in readers’ and viewers’ hearts today. For Suzanne, this has been a ride filled with emotions, challenges, and triumphs. And she took a moment to thank the fans, the people who made the series a phenomenon, expressing gratitude for their unwavering support.

To end on a personal note, as an admirer of both the books and films, it’s heartwarming to see the original author’s deep connection and appreciation for the new adaptation. It’s a reminder that stories evolve, and when done right, they can captivate both old fans and new ones.

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