It’s clear from the first teaser trailer that in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 the game isn’t remotely over. Starting off with a wedding and moving through to the big culmination – District 13’s anti-Capitol rebellion – the action-packed ending to the popular series will have fans running to theatres.
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As Finnick and Annie seal their love with a kiss, and the residents of District 13 celebrate with song and dance, Katniss, played by Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, knows that "nothing good is safe while Snow is alive. And I can't make another speech about it.
“Snow has to pay for what he’s done.”
Adapted from Suzanne Collins trilogy of young adult books, Mockingjay – Part Two, the fourth and final part of the worldwide phenomenon, sees Katniss returns to the Capitol – and this time the “76th Hunger Games” will include everyone.
Mockingjay – Part One ended with Katniss’s shocking discovery of Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) in a holding cell after being emotionally "hijacked", a brutal form of brainwashing used by the Capitol. Now, Katniss is ready to become the rebel leader District 13 and President Coin wanted her to become – but President Snow isn't going to make life easy.
“Make no mistake… the game isn’t over,” Snow says with a grin in one of the final shots.
Jennifer returns to the film along with Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne who is now a member of the rebels, and Josh Hutcherson.
The third and final book in the series, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, has been broken up into two films, which were shot back-to-back to make them as cohesive as possible.
“Those objectives became the motives for us,” Jennifer told EW last year of the decision.
“This is where the meaning of the entire series comes into play. The answer to why these books exist exists in Mockingjay, and that’s really been exciting to me. That’s been kind of what I’ve hung on to through these stories.”
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part Two is out in cinemas on 19 November