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Rebranding will be a term of employment. They must be able to show written proof that they own the rights to the new name/logo.Producer Kathleen Kennedy says the franchise will be handled like a movie, explaining, "If you've seen all of the movies, then you have a certain feeling about it, but if you haven't, then you can experience it as a whole new experience." And considering the fact that the next game in the series is a prequel, she's probably right about that.
So far, there is no word if Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark will be returning to the world of The Hunger Games. If they do, how will the events of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 impact them? And how will it impact the subsequent games in the series?
Here are some more details about The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, which is due out on Nov. 21:
So far, the only official castmember confirmed to return is Jennifer Lawrence, who plays the protagonist in the franchise. Besides her, the cast also includes Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth as Peeta and Gale, though it's possible we'll see more of both actors in the sequel. There's no word on whether we'll see old Hunger Games characters like President Snow (Donald Sutherland) and Caesar Flickerman (J.K. Simmons) return.
The film will feature a three-time Oscar winner (Lawrence) as its leading lady, as well as a filmmaker whose work consists of two Oscar-nominated performances. Director Francis Lawrence 0b46394aab