HUNGER GAME’S Sequel to be Rewritten by Academy Award Winner Michael Arndt
The Hunger Video games has speedily taken the world by storm, grossing $ 600 million throughout the world. Of course, a sequel is already on the way and the production is rapidly falling into spot. After refusing to return to direct (beneath pressure of Jennifer Lawrence‘s scheduled commitment to an X-Guys: 1st Class sequel), Gary Ross will be replaced by I Am Legend director Francis Lawrence. The cast is set to return, but the script may want some help. An original draft was written by Simon Beaufoy (127 Hrs, Slumdog Millionaire) but Lawrence demanded a rewrite and Lionsgate has chosen Academy Award-winning screenwriter Michael Arndt.
Arndt, who used to be a specialist script reader for studios, began his screenwriting occupation with Minor Miss Sunshine, which went on to be an awards darling and won him the Academy Award for Very best Authentic Screenplay. Pixar then hired him to write Toy Story three. At first, enthusiasts had been mixed at the news feeling that Tiny Miss Sunshine‘s humor was much too mature for a Toy Story audience. Nevertheless, when the film was released, all was forgiven and the film was declared one more Pixar masterpiece. Arndt has lately been continuing function with Disney, writing the large-screen adaptation of Disney Channel’s hit cartoon series Phineas and Ferb and an global 19th century action film, Order of the Seven (set to star Saoirse Ronan). Last week, I ultimately got about to seeing The Hunger Video games. I loved it for the most element, however I am not as BLOWN AWAY by as it as die-difficult enthusiasts are. Even now, Arndt has given us good quality films and his involvement gives some hope. I still wanna see his Phineas and Ferb film. Are you to catch fire with Michael Arndt?