As the cast of the final ''Hunger Games'' film walk the red carpet in London, some of the stars say they would be keen to return for more. Rollo Ross reports.
When a movie adaptation of Suzanne Collins' book 'The Hunger Games' became a film, nobody could have predicted how successful it would become. Now, the films are coming to an end where the book trilogy finished with 'Mockingjay Part 2' and the cast and crew are touring the world doing their final premieres. On Thursday they were in London and were asked if Suzanne Collins wrote more books in the series, would they consider coming back? SOUNDBITE: Jennifer Lawrence saying (English): "I would definitely read it." SOUNDBITE: Josh Hutcherson saying (English): "Yeah for sure, I mean, if she wrote something that she felt needed to be told and Peeta was a part of it, I absolutely would jump in." SOUNDBITE: Francis Lawrence saying (English): "If Suzanne Collins wrote the story, if she came up with the ideas and wrote the story, I would definitely be in, absolutely." SOUNDBITE: Donald Sutherland saying (English): "I think it would be a terrible mistake. This was designed to politicize young people, not to make profit." 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' starts its global rollout in cinemas from November 18.