The first trailer for the last Hunger Games film was unveiled on Jennifer Lawrence' Facebook page last night and what whirlwind ride it is.
It opens with the gorgeous wedding of Finnick Odair (played by Sam Calflin) and his girlfriend Annie (Stef Dawson). With trees and grass, the dining room in District 13 is transformed into an idyllic haven. Guests dance in joyous circles at the reception and we can't help but mentioned that Effie Trinket's (Elizabeth Banks) outfit and hair for the occasion is nothing short of spectacular
But the tone quickly turns as Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and her friends descend into the final battle against the Capitol. As Finnick puts it aptly, "Welcome to the 76th Hunger Games".
The characters are seen running from a giant black oil tsunami and dodging buildings crashing down on them.
If there's one heroine we can't wait to see on the big screen this year it's Katniss Everdeen. It's nice to have her back.
The Hunger Games Mockingjay: Part 2 released in Uk cinemas on 20 November.
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