Michael Burns, vice chairman of Lionsgate, dropped a possible hint of more episodes in the studio’s franchise at a conference with investors Tuesday, Deadline.com reports. 

“The one thing that kids say they missed was there was no arenas,” Burns said, a possible reference to earlier Hunger Games battles. “If we went backwards, there obviously would be arenas.”

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As fans know, Suzanne Collins’ novels began with the 74th Hunger Games, leaving room for decades’ worth of history.

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” the final film in the series (at least for now), has so far grossed $524.1 million worldwide.