Watch: First Epic Trailer for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2'

June 9, 2015
Source: YouTube

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

"Snow has to pay for what he's done." It's almost time to unite and take down Panem. Turn your weapons to the Capitol. Lionsgate has debuted the first teaser trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, the highly anticipated epic conclusion in The Hunger Games series. If you've been following this series closely you know what it's leading up to - all out war and a showdown at the Capitol to take out President Snow and change Panem forever. Jennifer Lawrence stars at Katniss, joined by a huge cast, including Elizabeth Banks, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Liam Hemsworth, Sam Claflin, Natalie Dormer and Josh Hutcherson. I can't wait. It's finally going to happen! Bring on the revolution.

Here's the first trailer for Francis Lawrence's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, via YouTube:

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 is once again directed by Francis Lawrence and written by Peter Craig & Danny Strong. With the nation of Panem in a full scale war, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) confronts President Snow (Donald Sutherland) in the final showdown. Teamed with Gale (Liam Hemsworth), Finnick (Sam Claflin), and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) – Katniss goes off on a mission with the unit from District 13 as they risk their lives to stage an assassination attempt on President Snow who has become increasingly obsessed with destroying her. The mortal traps, enemies, and moral choices that await Katniss will challenge her more than any arena she faced before. Lionsgate will release this finale on November 20th.

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  • Tester
    I like that: A) Trailer is only minute and half B) not the entire movie is shown C) nothing seems to be given away That is all I need from a trailer and looking forward to seeing this last entry ( but please do not be like that last terrible book where I wanted everyone to die ). BTW - I don't see epic anywhere in this trailer
    • ListenToVinyl
      Well one huge plot point is given away. Peta ends up not wanting to kill Katniss. At the end of part 1 if I remember correctly he was still bent on killing Katniss...
      • Tester
        Thank you sir, I stand corrected and retract point C
      • Ryan
        yah, I guess they did that for all of the fans that love Peta and wouldn't be willing to pay to see him be a dick on camera for 2 hours
        • Not a book reader, so I don't know how it goes down, but I assumed he'd get over that madness. Only mildly spoil-y.
      • Akirakorn
        Or he could be luring her in for the kill! (seriously)... With Paint! (lol joking) Don't underestimate the acting prowess of the Hutcherson!
    • Epic? You mean, the fact that she has ALL of the Capitol surrounding her while she aims an arrow at President Snow? How is that not epic? Epic, like many terms used to describe movies, seems to be subjective. The entire movie is going to be an epic conclusion, the trailer shows some epic promise. But yea. I hear you. :) To all your other points, yes I agree!
      • Tester
        I agree that the term is subjective if not overused.. but you make a good point regardless, so no need for a rebuttal.
  • steve
    I'm hoping that for this one, they didn't follow the book and Finnick lives:/
    • Tester
      There is no way you posted this as an oversight, so I have to surmise that you did this intentionally.
    • David Diaz
      No kidding. Spoilery much? Don't ruin it for the non-readers
      • steve
        Not a spoiler if it's in a book that came out years ago
        • David Diaz
          Seriously? That's no excuse man. It's just common sense to not to spoil plot points for films based on written works. And if you are going to mention one, you put a spoiler warning. You aren't new to this site so just be courteous to the fans of the films who never read the books.
        • Ryan
          ..... yes it is
          • steve
            No it isn't. But I fixed it. Happy?
          • Tester
            I really do not like to name call, but U are making it extremely hard for me
          • David Diaz
            Yes. Thank you. We can all sleep happier now. 😉
          • Brian Sleider
            NO if you cant be arsed to read a book 5 years old thats been hyped up for 4 years, thats on you. Thats like being pissed some one spoiled season one of Walking Dead.
    • David Diaz
      Btw, I feel the same way but about a different character. It kind of ruined the book for me.
      • RAW_D
        I agree. I regretted reading the whole friggin' series after the ending. WORSE BOOK ENDING EVER. Hopefully the movie will remedy it. It'll be the one instance when the movie was better than the book LOL!
  • Huck PS
    Meh! After the hot mess that was the last movie this has failed to interest me.
      Natalie Dormer.
  • shiboleth
    I watched the first three so I'll finish with this one. Wouldn't read that book for a world. For stories like these, there a movies. As for reading books, you choose something with more substance in that department ...
    • Akirakorn
      Honestly, with all the "young adult" crap out there I have to disagree. No sane friend of mine wanted to see the 1st one with me so I gave up and got the 1st book. There is a lot more substance and depth of character in the books than in the films, even for Katniss. Bonus is it's straightforward yet descriptive, so you can burn through the books (pun intended) in a weekend or two, without losing interest. Aside from the few cheesy bits of genetic/society hang-ups/stupidity.
      • shiboleth
        I don't have to disagree with you in order to disagree with you since I also agree with you. I read a lot of books and I have my reading interests which absolutely collide with this one. I just don't find interesting, to be honest, to loose time on this and I am glad that there are movies made from such books. On the other side, my wife has read those books and she thinks they are good. Now, our daughter is reading them before the last movie comes. So, I know they are good in some sense, and probably recommendable for many, but just not enough interesting for me. For such kind of narratives, I prefer movies ...
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