Lionsgate unveiled a new “Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2” full-length trailer Thursday and offers some hints on what fans may expect on how the franchise will be concluded.
The action-packed teaser makes the movie look like it will be the largest-scale of the series, USA Today reported.
Watch the trailer below.
The latest preview also gave out a good number of spoilers and we listed down the best ones.
1. Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) spearheads the Districts revolution against corrupt President Snow (Donald Sutherland) and also leads the rebels to the ruling capital to fight for their freedom.
2. There will be tond of battle scenes. Katniss and her allies are met with deadly traps such as flames, rushing black goo, floor of flying steel, and explosives as they march to the Capitol, the Wall Street Journal wrote.
3. Equally explosive dialogues. In the trailer, Katniss says “We got one shot,” to which Gale (Liam Hemsworth) replies “Let’s make it count.”
In another scene Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) tells Katniss, “‘Our lives were never ours. They belong to Snow and our deaths do too but if you kill him, Katniss, if you end all of this, all those deaths they mean something.”
4. Primrose’s fate hangs in the balance as the trailer shows she has been caught in an explosion.
5. Fans will see returning cast members including Julianne Moore, Elizabeth Banks, and Woody Harrelson.
The late Philip Seymour Hoffman also reprises his role as Plutarch Heavensbee. The film is believed to be the final screen appearance of the veteran actor.
The “Hunger Games” franchise has earned over $2.3 billion at global box office and the final chapter is expected to bring this total to over $3 billion, according to The Guardian.
The film adaption of the last book in the Suzanne Collins’ book series was split into two parts. “Mockingjay – Part 1” was shown last year. It earned $100 million less worldwide than its predecessor, “Catching Fire.”
The “Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2” will hit cinemas in the US on November 20 and in UK and Australia a day earlier.