London, Nov. 26 : With the franchise releasing its final installment, ‘ The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2,’ novelist Suzanne Collins has penned a passionate goodbye letter to the franchise.
In the letter published on her website, the 53-year-old TV writer highlighted the individual contributions, including the work of both directors Gary Ross (The Hunger Games) and Francis Lawrence (Catching Fire, Mockingjay Part 1 and Part 2), as well as screenwriters, cast, producers and designers, the Guardian reports.
Praising Lawrence in her letter, the writer wrote, “There’s no Hunger Games without Katniss. I hoped for someone good enough, and I got someone who exceeded all my expectations. Jennifer Lawrence, your emotional depth, luminous presence, and sheer power carry this story and I will always be grateful to you for opening the door and allowing it to come into your life.”
Collins ended her passionate letter by expressing her gratitude to the readers and the viewers for their support and said that for her, the movie trilogy was part of a medium to introduce the ideas. (ANI)