No one knows who coined the idiom "all good things must come to an end," but at this point we can be fairly sure it wasn't a movie producer.
Though fans have long been gearing up for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2," the last movie in the "quadrilogy," that may not actually be the end of the franchise. Cast members Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth stopped by "Conan" on Thursday and might have inadvertently revealed plans for another film.
When asked by Conan O'Brien if the studio was planning a Panem-set sequel, Hutcherson appeared to confirm his suspicions -- though just for a second.
"There is," he said, before quickly changing tack. “I’m sorry. No, I can’t say that. I’m sorry. We’ll see what happens."
A seemingly concerned Lawrence stayed quiet on the subject, though she did guarantee "a reboot with younger, hotter people in our lifetime.”
Is more "Hunger Games" content really in the works? How does Suzanne Collins feel about this? And will they be able to come up with an even more heavily-punctuated title for the fifth movie? We won't know for sure until the premiere of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 3; XXL & The Edge of Reason."
The final (for now) film in the franchise hits theaters Nov. 20.
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