“Catching Fire's” castmembers would love for the adventure to continue, but “the books are done” the writer's agent told TheWrap
While fans have been hoping for a fourth installment in “The Hunger Games” series for years, Jennifer Lawrence and the movie franchise's cast have added their hopes to the mix.
But, writer Suzanne Collins has no plans to write a fourth book for “The Hunger Games” series regardless of how popular the series has become.
“Another one? No, the books are done,” Collins’ agent, Jason Dravis of The Monteiro Rose Agency in Studio City, Calif., told TheWrap.
He assured us there are no plans for Collins to expand beyond the trilogy at this time no matter how much the fans and the films’ stars may want it.
“It would be so fun,” Lawrence, who plays Katniss, told E!Online. “This is the best group and we have so much fun. I love doing these movies. I get really sad when I think that we're almost done.”
Elizabeth Banks, who plays Effie Trinket, also said, “I'd love to see Suzanne Collins write something else that we could expand on. We love these characters. I think people are really fascinated to see where their lives go.”
Thankfully for the stars and fans, the movie franchise's producers are already milking the trilogy with its adaptation of final book, “Mockingjay,” being split into two films following “Catching Fire.”
Since publishing “Mockingjay” in 2010, Collins published the autobiographical children's book, “Year of the Jungle,” in 2013.