“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” may have marked the end of the film series, but a spin off movie may be in the works, according to reports. However, fans hoping to see Jennifer Lawrence relive her Katniss Everdeen character for the prequel will be disappointed with the latest news.

In an interview with Variety during the premiere of Lawrence’s new movie project, “Joy,” the actress shared that she has no plans to participate in the planned prequel. She explained that there should be some gap between the fourth installment of the “The Hunger Games" movie series and any film prequel.

“I wouldn’t be involved. I think it’s too soon. They’ve got to let the body get cold, in my opinion,” she told Variety.

Hints of a “Hunger Games” movie spin off started when Lionsgate’s Michael Burns mentioned that the studio was looking at a possibility of developing other storylines for a prequel. According to Variety, Burns made the announcement during a UBS Global Media and Communications Conference held in New York on Tuesday, Dec. 8.

Meanwhile, the final installment to the “Hunger Games” series is still at the top of the North American box office list for a fourth week, Yahoo News reported. The film, which continues the story of Katniss and other beloved characters played by Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, has earned $11.4 million in ticket sales, according to box office tracker, Exhibitor Relations.

In other news, Lawrence was recently nominated as Best Actress in a Motion Picture for the Golden Globes, along with her friend Amy Schumer. The “Silver Linings Playbook” actress shared in an interview with etalk that the possibility of her and Schumer being nominated for the same award has never entered her mind.

"That was so amazing because obviously I only pay attention to myself,” she said. “So I was like oh, I got nominated, and then when she texted and said something about the same category I was like -- are you, what, like -- huh?"

Lawrence also said that she will be rooting for Schumer to win the Best Actress in a Motion Picture award, instead of herself. The two became friends over the year and has even worked on a comedy script together. She stated, “I'm pulling for her. Selfishly, it would be good for our movie if she won, so vote for Amy.”

The Golden Globes will air in the US on Jan. 10, 2016 on NBC.

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