Hunger Games In Order: Here’s How To Watch The Hunger Games Movies In The Right Order!

A number of successful movie adaptations of Suzanne Collins’ well-known young adult novel series The Hunger Games have been released. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, a prequel novel that was published in May 2020, continues the story. Lionsgate is now developing the movie, which is scheduled to hit theatres on November 17, 2023. Because of Lionsgate’s action, fans of the series are now impatiently awaiting the release of the fundamental tale that describes the villain’s ascent.

Lionsgate has released a teaser to whet the appetites of those eager to return to Panem. While it doesn’t reveal much, it’s enough to whet the appetites of those anticipating The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ release on our screens.

Given that the plot is a prequel, the supplementary summary reveals who we will be following in the movie.

 

“18-year-old Coriolanus Snow is the final hope for his waning dynasty, a once-proud family that has fallen from grace in a post-war Capitol, years before he would become the oppressive President of Panem. The young Snow is disturbed when he is assigned to train Lucy Gray Baird, the girl tribute from impoverished District 12, with the 10th annual Hunger Games drawing near. Snow believes he may be able to change the odds in their favour after Lucy Gray seizes Panem’s attention by defiantly singing during the reaping ceremony. Snow and Lucy’s battle for survival against the clock will finally expose who is a songbird and who is a snake by combining their natural tendencies toward theatrics and newly acquired political savvy.”

Tom Blyth is currently playing the young Coriolanus Snow, and Rachel Zegler is playing Lucy Gray Baird. Based on a draught by Michael Arndt, Michael Lesslie wrote the screenplay. As director, Francis Lawrence is coming back. As tributes to the games, the cast also features Hiroki Berrecloth, Laurel Marsden, Ashley Liao, Knox Gibson, Mackenzie Lansing, Aamer Husain, Nick Benson, and Laurel Marsden.

You might want to reacquaint yourself with the universe that President Snow created as we wait for further details about the next film to be revealed. And just in case you become a little perplexed by the expanding Hunger Games universe, we have put together this guide to make everything crystal obvious. Therefore, if you intend to binge-watch The Hunger Games series, this list includes both the release date and chronological timeline of the episodes.

Hunger Games Movies in Order of Release


The Hunger Games – March 23, 2012.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – November 20, 2013.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 – November 21, 2014.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 – November 20, 2015.

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – Set to start production in 2022, with a tentative release date set for late 2023.

Hunger Games Movies in Chronological Order

The Hunger Games

We meet Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), another District 12 tribute who offers to stand in for her sister at the 74th annual Hunger Games, 64 years after the events of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. She battles the tough opponents from the other districts to emerge as the last two tributes, along with her on-screen love Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson). We learn throughout this battle just how far the Capital will go in order to keep the districts under control.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Peeta and Katniss must compete in the Hunger Games once more after winning the 74th annual competition. This time, they are engaged in combat with a diverse group of prior winners, some of whom appear to be allies and many of whom are foes. This time, Katniss is well-known in both the Capital and the Districts. She is a cherished game winner in the Capital and is beginning to emerge as a ray of hope in the Districts. Unbeknownst to Katniss, a small band of survivors plans to revolt against the oppressive Capital with the aid of the enigmatic District 13 and Katniss’s support. Unfortunately, several tributes are accidentally left behind during the confusion of the extraction attempt and end up being taken captive in the conflict between the districts and the Capital.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

As the first chapter of Mockingjay opens, Katniss Everdeen is fighting to establish herself as the symbol of the rebellion. Her experience in the District 13 underworld and the mental strain of having to fight to the death twice hinder her self-confidence and interpersonal skills. To make matters worse, we witness Peeta’s gradual destruction as the Trackerjacker venom psychologically reprograms him. Insisting that she should be sent into battle to support the uprising she supports, Katniss makes some headway in organising the districts. President Snow, however, thwarts this development by permitting District 13 to take the reprogrammed hostages as the uprising nears the capital building. Despite her challenges, Katniss is inspired by what the average soldier goes through to become the role model everyone is looking for.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

President Snow gives his game designers instructions to set up a maze of traps all across the Capital as the revolt approaches its borders. Katniss and Gale seek to assassinate President Snow in order to put a stop to the conflict as soon as possible due to the horrific death toll and political pressure from President Coin. President Coin decides to send an unstable Peeta into the conflict zone in an effort to thwart Katniss’s plan because she has few other alternatives that would allow her to maintain her position of power. As this gripping series comes to a climax, we witness some of the most powerful sacrifices to date and a strike deep into the Capital that places Katniss and her band of heroes under the weight of the entire nation.

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

Despite the fact that this film is still in pre-production, we do know that Hunger Games veteran Francis Lawrence is now helming it. Michael Arndt wrote the screenplay, with Suzanne Collins contributing to it. This story focuses on Coriolanus Snow’s impact on the mentor system as he strives to advance in Panem in order to become the poisonous leader who first appears in The Hunger Games. His path to power depends on the accomplishments of District 12’s female tribute Lucy Gray and how well she and Snow can collaborate to alter the rules of the Games. If you’ve read the entire series, you might already be aware of how it ends. The rest of us are intrigued as to how the Panem President acquired his penchant for poison and power.

The Future?

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes began with a casual allusion to a fourth Hunger Games victor. Few anticipated that there would be any additional prequel content, even if Suzanne Collins has not revealed anything more about a future book set in the Panem universe. In her writing, Suzanne Collins frequently discusses the just war school of thought. She determined that Cornelius Snow would be a suitable medium for her to discuss that theory further. Some fans could yet hold out hope that she will decide to continue that story in the Panem universe. Whatever the situation, the world of Panem offers us a captivating tale that prompts us to consider the price of victory—even in the struggle for freedom.

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