That of sisterhood.
This poster for The Hunger Games series was released as part of the Cannes Film Festival yesterday.
The Hunger Games franchise–one of the few we can say that actually has gotten better with each installment–is coming to an end.
That sad feeling is why Lionsgate is scrambling to figure out how and if they can make more movies from the popular series. But until they do (and probably ruin it) let us get all the feels from the first teaser for the final movie.
I didn’t know Jennifer Lawrence could sing. But it turns out in Mockingjay Part 1 she has a pretty good voice for folk music.
It helps that the song segues into one of the most powerful scenes in the movie: footage of an uprising we only hear about third hand in the novel. In fact–much like the first two movies–the best scenes are ones that either did not happen in the novel or we could never have seen in the novel due to the story being told from Katniss’ first person POV.
Plus quite a bit of Natalie Dormer, who manages to make the whole thing a bit creepy.
With Mockingjay: Part 1 out in under three weeks, we’ve got one last round of promotional images. These feature President Coin (above) of District 13. You may remember her as not being the biggest Katniss cheerleader in the trailers.
When we got our “Final Trailer” last week, the part that hit me the hardest was the image of Peeta in tears, pleading to Katniss to stop the war. Partly because, well, PEETA! (Yes, I’m Team Peeta, ok?) And partly because…well, if you’ve read the books, you know. if you haven’t I won’t tell you.
SO of course, the TV spot decided to hit me with the entire speech Peeta gives as part of his sit down with Caesar.
We know this one is final, because it helpfully tells us so. (Also tickets went on sale yesterday.)
That’s….wow. The bit with Peeta probably hurts the most because…well… you know.