At SDCC, the cast of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 took to the stage one last time to talk about the final movie, and after a new teaser (see below), the cast relayed that this will be much more intense. Jennifer Lawerence herself was there and stated:
“This is where Katniss gets back into action. She was a bit sidelined in the last movie, but now she is going after President Snow.”
Of course, Gale and Peeta will be featured heavily as well once again, including having a true scene together for the first time. “We’ve been friends for so long, but we haven’t gotten a chance to work together that much,” Liam Hemsworth said. “We have a really emotional scene in this… and we may share a kiss,” he added jokingly, to which Hutcherson chimed in, “No spoilers, man!”
Finally, Lawrence talked about what Katniss meant to her, and how she was going to “say goodbye”: “I don’t really feel like it’s happened yet. It’s still a huge part of my life. These movies really did change my life,” the actress explained, adding, “I don’t think that I’ll ever really say goodbye. It feels like [Katniss is] a part of me.”
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 will arrive in theaters November 20th.
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Despite being one of the most popular recent movie franchises, the conclusion of the Hunger Gamers, Mockingjay Part 2, did the worst when compared to the other films. The biggest of which was Catching Fire, which made $173 million upon opening weekend, where as Mockingjay Part 2 did considerably less.
When you have a movie franchise, it’s hard to let it go, especially when it’s successful, and it’s based off a popular property. The Hunger Games saga has begun it’s final bow with The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 now out in theaters. But according to it’s director, Francis Lawerence,