PG-13: For intense sequences of violence and action, some frightening images, thematic elements, a suggestive situation and language.
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The first draft of the Catching Fire script was drafted by Simon Beaufoy and then read and edited by Suzanne Collins.
Simon Beaufoy talks collaborating with Suzanne Collins on the Catching Fire script:
“Things always do have to change otherwise there’s always something very flat about very faithful adaptations,” he said. “But on the other hand, there’s an extremely loyal fan base and readership and you just have to be careful of how many liberties you do take.
“So fortunately Suzanne is here to help me,” he continued. “She’s reading this draft at the moment and she’ll tell me, ‘You can’t do that. You must do this.’ Because there are some things that are sacrosanct to her readers and she knows them very well and she’ll let me know.”
March 6, 2012
Simon Beaufoy finished drafting Catching Fire in the early part of June but Michael Arndt is now rumored to be doing a re-write of the script:
“Michael Arndt, who won an Oscar for his screenplay for Little Miss Sunshine and penned Toy Story 3, is in talks with Lionsgate to work on the high-profile sequel to The Hunger Games, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.”
May 4, 2012