The first trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 has hit the internet and it’s packed with amazing moments, so we thought we’d have a look at some of the highlights.
First up, the moment when Katniss and Peeta run out of the bakery and into the forest.
And then a quick look at the scene when they’re running from the wolves.
The Hunger Game has been described as “a real-life thriller”, and this is one of its most memorable moments.
We’re not just talking about the fact that they get chased by wolves, we’re talking about how it all comes together in such a spectacular way.
And don’t forget the way that Peeta just sits there and says “we have to eat”.
The movie also shows how the film is set up to make the audience think that there is a big, bad, or otherwise menacing group of people.
In the movie, it’s the wolves that are the big threat.
But that’s not the case, it turns out.
The film is based on the novel by Suzanne Collins and her husband, Neil Gaiman, and has a cast that includes Tom Hardy, Liam Hemsworth, Michael Caine, Daniel Kaluuya, Cillian Murphy, and Jennifer Lawrence.
We’ve also got a few new faces, including Mockingjaw’s first and only female lead, Margot Robbie.
We spoke to the actress about what makes this film a good adaptation and the movie’s strengths.
The best thing about Mockingajaw is that it is not a remake, so there’s no pressure to follow the original book in any way.
But there’s still plenty to love about it.
What are your favourite scenes from The Hunger Gates?
Mockingay is an incredibly well-written novel, which makes for a lot of emotional intensity and tension.
I loved the idea of Katnisse and Peetre having to get back together.
There’s so much heart and tension in the movie and that’s what made it so engaging.
Katnise is a bit of a wild card, she’s an intelligent woman with a great sense of humour.
She has a very open and friendly personality, which is what really drew me to her.
I think the fact she has been in the Hunger Games and survived so well was one of the best parts about the book.
I also really liked the fact the characters were all connected, because they all have a story.
That makes it really difficult to separate the characters from each other.
I love the way Katnissa and Peete, for instance, are constantly getting to know each other, and that it’s all connected.
And how the story is told.
They’re not telling a story about a book.
The other thing I really loved was how the movie is set.
It has a real sense of place.
You’re surrounded by forests and you see the landscape and you know where everything is.
It’s really a great way of setting a movie.
And it’s also a lot more dynamic, because you don’t have any sense of what’s going to happen at any given moment.
There are also some scenes that were filmed in a very real setting.
The trees in the forest, for example, are really impressive, with lots of colour.
The way they were lit was very impressive.
It really felt like you were in the woods and there was a lot going on.
There was also a really intense sequence in the last scene in which Katnis mother comes to the rescue.
I’m not sure if it’s intentional, but I loved how it made you think that the movie was set in a real world, rather than just a fantasy world.
So it was really satisfying to see Katnisi and Peettis mother come to the aid of the girls.
Was there anything you didn’t get to see in the film?
It’s great to see so many of the original characters come back and it really helped build up the emotional tension in a really compelling way.
We did get to spend a lot time with Peeta and Katniz, and it was a great experience.
I got to see how he’s a different person in the book, and I think I really liked how he played Peeta, as well.
I felt like he was really relatable, but that wasn’t always the case.
I was also really excited to see what was going on with the other characters.
What were your favourite moments from The Mocking Gates?
I loved seeing Katnisa’s relationship with Peet.
Peet has been very supportive of her and she really loves him.
The whole film feels like it’s building up to something, but it never quite goes there.
But it was good to see that he had a connection with his family.
Katzis parents were also very supportive, and they helped her with a lot