Now that is a really sad news for all Hunger Games? fans. As the second installment of The Hunger Games Mokingjay Part 2 comes to an end, Jennifer Lawrence, who essayed the role of a bow-and-arrow warrior Katniss Everdeen, has officially bid her role goodbye.
Quite recently when Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth were joined by director Francis Lawrence at a press conference, they all shared their last thoughts about working on the show and even spoke about the huge impact their show has had on the audience.
According to Collider, when Jennifer was asked about her final thoughts on the show, she said, ?I feel like I had two final endings with Katniss. There was the one when we wrapped the film in Berlin, when everyone was there and I said goodbye to everyone in the movie. And then, I had a last scene, about a year later, with my nephews, which was so special. They played my children in the scene that I shot. It was amazing closure to this character who I?ve loved for so many years, and I had my blood family there. I got to say goodbye to both, at different times.?
There is no doubt about the fact that the movie bought Lawrence a lot of fame and she became one of the highest paid actresses too. Talking about it Lawrence said it took her a while to adapt to her new life in the spotlight amid the massive ?Hunger Games? success ? and the pressure that accompanied it, reported Inquirer.
According to Daily Mail UK, In the final installment, Katniss must cope with the emotional instability of her lovelorn admirer Peeta, played by Josh Hutcherson, while still enjoying the support of the other man in her life, best friend Gale (Liam Hemsworth).
?There were a few years of getting used to it, your entire world changes,? she said.