“The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes”, the prequel to “The Hunger Games” series, has released its pilot trailer, and it will be released in Northern America on November 17 next year.
Tom Blyth (“Billy the Kid,” “Benediction”) and Rachel Zegler (“Snow White,” “West Side Story”) star in the film, based on the original author Suzanne Collins’ book of the same name. New book.
“The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” is set years before Coriolanus Snow becomes the tyrannical president of the Goliath State. 18-year-old Snow is handsome and charming, and despite his family’s decline, he sees a chance to change his fate: he is chosen to be a mentor for the tenth Hunger Games.
Snow is sent to mentor Lucy Gray Baird, a girl from the impoverished 12th district who sings provocatively at the harvest ceremony and gets everyone’s attention.
Thinking they can turn the tables in their favor, Snow and the two unite their instinctive acting skills with their newfound political skills.
They race against the clock in a game of survival, ultimately revealing who is the songbird and who is the snake.
“The Hunger Games” series director Francis Lawrence returns to direct the prequel, with the latest version of the script written by Michael Lesslie (“Macbeth,” “Assassin’s Creed,” “The Little Drummer Girl “) written by Michael Lesslie (“Macbeth” “Assassin’s Creed” “The Little Drummer Girl”), Michael Arndt (“Inside Out” “Toy Story 3” “Little Miss Sunshine”) participated in the creation.