The official trailer of the last installment of Hunger Games, Mockingjay Part 2, was finally released for public viewing a few weeks since it debuted at the 2015 San Diego Comic Con ? and it?s explosive!
We actually mean that literally, gathering from the short reels the movie has strategically stitched together. Explosions in the Capitol, in District 13, under the sewers, and we?re pretty sure Katniss Everdeen’s (Jennifer Lawrence) heart is too as she goes into final showdown with the Capitol?s sniveling President Snow (Donald Sutherland).
Mockingjay Part 2 Official ?Trailer: Spoilers ahead
But that?s not all. Based on the short clip, we?re seeing that the last movie is giving us some of our favorite characters and scenes from the book.
There?s Annie, dancing with Finnick (Sam Claflin) during their wedding, President Coin (Julianne Moore) giving a speech after the revolution triumphed (we know this because she?s sporting a shorter haircut), Katniss and Prim dancing during Finnick?s wedding which we all know would be the last time the sisters get an emotional moment together, and of course, Tigris, who will be the ally of Katniss and her team while they try to escape the Capitol.
We?ve seen how much the movie has grown based on the last trailer, with special effects and more elaborate sets showcasing what could very well be (as Finnick puts it nicely), the ?76th Hunger Games?, what with all the new traps, weapons, and mutts the Capitol has sent to destroy the team tasked to kill President Snow.
And of course, one can?t help but feel nostalgic looking at the last scenes of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman who plays gamemaker-turned-revolution director, Plutarch Heavensbee, or that the falling parachutes meant the most tragic scene in the book, which we hope wouldn?t happen in the movie, but is obviously wishful thinking.
And then there?s Peeta (Josh Hutchinson) and Katniss kissing somewhere in the end, and all is right again with the world.
Based on the trailer, The Mockingjay Part 2 is staying true to the book and it was way better than the drivel we saw of the marching District 13. ?We can?t wait to watch it on November 20.