Two weeks from now, Part 1 of the film adaptation of “Mockingjay” will be playing in movie theaters all over the world. Based on the final book of the same name of Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy, this will continue the adaptations of the books for film, with Part 2 of “Mockingjay” set to come out next year.
It’s anything but unheard of for a book to be adapted for film nowadays. While this has been a recurring venture that’s been going on for decades, it’s been especially common in today’s time where practically everything that’s being shown in the movie theaters are either based off a book or real life events- and if not either of those two common occurrences, then it’s based on a comic series or it’s a remake of a film. Continue reading “The Shrinking Appearance of Original Screenplays”