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After young Katniss Everdeen agrees to be the symbol of rebellion, the Mockingjay, she tries to return Peeta to his normal state, tries to get to the Capitol, and tries to deal with the battles coming her way...but all for her main goal: assassinating President Snow and returning peace to the Districts of Panem. As her squad starts to get smaller and smaller, will she make it to the Capitol? Will she get revenge on Snow or will her target change? Will she be with her "Star-Crossed Lover," Peeta, or her long-time friend, Gale? Deaths, bombs, bow and arrows, a love triangle, hope... What will happen?

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  • Release in Cinemas: 2015-11-20
  • Runtime: 137 minutes
  • directors: Francis Lawrence

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  1. The scene where Haymitch (Woody Harrelson) reads Plutarch's letter to Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) was originally scripted to be Plutarch (Philip Seymour Hoffman) talking to Katniss in person. Unfortunately, Hoffman died before the scene was filmed.
  2. Jennifer Lawrence accidentally revealed that her nephews were playing Katniss and Peeta's children during Comic-Con 2015.
  3. (at around 1h 55 mins) A crowd-pleasing moment at the end of the movie that surprised even the filmmakers is when Haymitch says goodbye to Effie Trinket by giving her a kiss on the lips. Woody Harrelson and Elizabeth Banks decided to do that unscripted.
  4. The circular apartment complex with the toxic oil trap is an actual location. The Espaces Abraxas is in a suburb of Paris, France. The CGI team digitally removed the many trees that are really in the courtyard, but otherwise made very few alterations to the site.
  5. The cast has said multiple times that the hardest scene to shoot was the sewer scene. It took three weeks to shoot and was physically challenging, and it was very hot on the set since they shot on-location in actual sewers.
  6. The water in the sewer scenes was mixed with caramel coloring, Dawn dish soap, and alfalfa to give it a frothy, substantial, "sewer water" feel.
  7. Philip Seymour Hoffman's final film, released the year after his death.
  8. Many of the Capitol scenes were shot in Paris and Berlin.
  9. The consoles in the District 13 control center set were originally built for the Mission Control Center set in Apollo 13 (1995) and were later acquired by a prop rental house and rented out for this movie. Several of those same consoles, still with badges reading "Panem" and "Property of Capitol District Defense Forces", were used in the Mercury Control Center set of Hidden Figures (2016).
  10. Philip Seymour Hoffman's final film role. He had virtually completed filming with only two scenes left remaining to be done. These were re-written for another character.
  11. (at around 1h 28 mins) When Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) says goodbye to Pollux (Elden Henson) at Tigris's (Eugenie Bondurant's) shop, he signs, "No. Don't use words. Don't forget. Thank you".
  12. The epilogue scene was shot a year after principal shooting ended. Jennifer Lawrence's baby nephew was such a heavy sleeper, he wouldn't wake up to the loud clapping that was supposed to startle him. They resorted to a squeaky whistle to get him to wake up.
  13. The huge underground place Squad 451 enters through the middle of the movie is a real place in Japan. It is Metropolitan Area Outer Underground Discharge Channel, the world's largest underground flood water diversion facility, located between Showa in Tokyo and Kasukabe in Saitama prefecture.
  14. The final scene of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014), where Katniss wakes up and learns Peeta has been hijacked (after he tries to kill her) was originally intended to be the opening scene of this film, but during production, the filmmakers decided ending Part 1 after Peeta is knocked out by Boggs and the screen cuts to black was too big a cliffhanger for general audiences, so it was added after that instead.
  15. Despite the violent tone of the movie, there are only approximately ten minutes of on-screen combat scenes.
  16. In the epilogue, Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark) wears a blond wig for the first time. Hutcherson had dyed his hair blond for all of the Hunger Games movies and hated it a lot. Since the epilogue was shot several months after principal shooting ended, and the shooting only took a few days, Hutcherson decided not to dye his hair again and wore a wig instead.
  17. Director Francis Lawrence stated that because some of the visual effects sequences in this film were so challenging, he and the editors began working on them before The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014) was released.
  18. Katniss Everdeen's red outfit on the movie poster never appears in the movie.
  19. (at around 1h 7 mins) The first time Pollux (Elden Henson) signs to Castor (Wes Chatham) in this movie is when they reach the underground, and he says "home sweet home".
  20. Squad 451 is a reference to 451 degrees Fahrenheit, the temperature at which paper burns, since Katniss is the girl on fire. It's also a call-out to Fahrenheit 451, a dystopian novel by American writer Ray Bradbury.
  21. (at around 27 mins) Johanna tells Katniss that the president can be killed if the assassin is willing to die for it. Her actual words are a paraphrasing of a statement by slain president John F. Kennedy, who said, "If anyone is crazy enough to want to kill a president of the United States, he can do it. All he must be prepared to do is give his life for the president's."
  22. (at around 1h 45 mins) When the victors are seated around the circular table, the bowl from The Hunger Games (2012) can be seen on the hutch behind Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence). This was the bowl of nightlock berries for Seneca Crane's (Wes Bentley's) suicide.
  23. In The Hunger Games (2012), Buttercup the cat is black and white. In the remaining three films, he is orange (as written in the books).
  24. Jennifer Lawrence reportedly made kissing Liam Hemsworth an awful experience. She gargled garlic and tuna fish before shooting the scenes for the sole purpose of making him uncomfortable.
  25. In this movie, as well as the previous one, Katniss only wears her hair in her signature braid when she appears as "The Mockingjay" for propaganda purposes. All other times she wears it down or in a low ponytail.
  26. On February 6, 2015, Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer revealed that there could be a potential fifth film in the Hunger Games franchise - a sequel or a prequel.
  27. (at around 3 mins) At the start of the movie, Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) tells Primrose (Willow Shields) that Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) is a "mutt." Mutts, or "muttations" in full, refers to animal hybrids created by the Capitol with genetic engineering. They were more prominent in the books than in the movies. Furthermore, in the book, it is not Prim but Delly Cartwright, Peeta's childhood friend from District 12 who was also saved from its destruction, who goes to visit him and unsuccessfully tries to calm him down. This character has been omitted from the book adaptations.
  28. Considered by director Francis Lawrence as the most violent Hunger Games film out of the four.
  29. This had the lowest opening of the franchise at the box office, earning $102.7 million.
  30. The new Mockingjay logo for this movie can be found at the end of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014) after the end credits.
  31. Meta Golding reprised her role as Enobaria, Victor of the 62nd Hunger Games. Her character appeared in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) as one of the victors in The 75th Hunger Games and Third Quarter Quell. In the plot, although her character did not appear in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014), she was recovered by the Capitol after the Quarter Quell, but was not present in the Capitol when District 13 went to rescue Peeta. In the book, it is stated that because she was from a pro-Capitol district, it was unlikely that she was ever held prisoner, unlike Johanna, Peeta, and Annie.
  32. There were plans to release the film globally in 3-D, but they were ultimately scrapped for the U.S. release.
  33. (at around 25 mins) The first fiddle tune played during the wedding is "Angelina Baker," a song written by Stephen Foster and a popular American fiddle tune.
  34. President Snow's rose garden is shown inside a greenhouse, while in the first The Hunger Games (2012) movie, it is shown outside, away from the Capitol buildings.
  35. When doing interviews, Jennifer Lawrence could say very little about the films as they filmed The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014) and this movie back-to-back.
  36. The lowest-grossing film of the franchise.
  37. The film cast includes seven Oscar nominees: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Mahershala Ali, Jennifer Lawrence, Stanley Tucci, Woody Harrelson, Donald Sutherland and Julianne Moore. Of these, only Tucci and Harrelson never won the price.
  38. This movie had the most visual effects out of all four movies, thanks to Weta Digital, who had worked on movies like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013), The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, Avatar (2009), Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014), et cetera.
  39. According to director Francis Lawrence, the film's first-cut running time was two hours and fifty-one minutes, but the final cut's running time is set to be two hours and sixteen minutes, making it the third longest installment in the franchise.
  40. The only film in the franchise not to have a corresponding various artists' compilation album. It is also the only film in the franchise to have only one song ("Deep in the Meadow" by Jennifer Lawrence) played in its credits, followed by the film score.
  41. The only film in the franchise not to receive a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song.
  42. Gwendoline Christie and Natalie Dormer also appeared together on Game of Thrones (2011), while their former cast member Peter Dinklage later appeared in the prequel The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (2023).
  43. The cat portraying Buttercup was possibly a stray at one time. The telltale sign is the left ear. It is tipped, which is how vets identify that a stray has already been spayed/neutered as part of a catch and release population control program, so that it can be immediately released if caught again.
  44. Liam Hemsworth said that this film "might be the best in the series" and "never lets down" in its action.
  45. The epilogue, with Katniss and her two children, was also the last scene to be shot but in early June 2015 months after filming completed. Producer Nina Jacobson said the landscape and weather conditions in Atlanta during filming were not favorable, so the filmmakers decided to wait until the condition became favorable to film it.
  46. An important part of District 13's backstory from the books is not present in the movies: during the original rebellion 75 years earlier, the District, which was a secret military-industrial complex, felt that the war with the Capitol had reached a stalemate and could not be won. Both they and the Capitol had access to nuclear weapons, but using them could only lead to mutually assured destruction. Therefore, Thirteen voluntarily pulled out of the conflict and negotiated a secret cease-fire, in which they agreed to allow the Capitol to bomb their surface, letting the other districts believe they were completely annihilated; in exchange, the Capitol would play along with this charade and leave them alone. The lack of Thirteen's military support and its apparent destruction were why the original rebellion failed, and the Capitol believed that the independent District 13 could never survive on its own; it did, against all odds, but it took them decades to rebuild the strength and unite the other districts to incite another rebellion.
  47. Gwendoline Christie has a brief role as District 2 Commander Lyme who discusses the siege of the Nut. Although it is never mentioned in the movie, the novels explain that Lyme is a former Hunger Games victor herself; Katniss remembers her specifically because she was given tapes of Lyme's victory to prepare for the 75th Hunger games. Lyme is only mentioned once again in the film when the rebels start attacking the Peacekeepers in the Capitol's center, but she never appears again in either the movie or book. Since she is missing from the post-war vote for former Hunger Games victors, it can be assumed that Lyme died during the fight in the Capitol.
  48. The 'Avox' are named from the Latin, "ad vox", meaning out of voice. The Latin word "panem" does mean bread, but the accent is on the first syllable. Everyone in the movie accents the second syllable, almost as if they're saying "pan am", which would be as if they're saying 'All American'. Obviously Suzanne Collins based the Capitol's culture on Old Rome, at the height of its power, with all its excesses and hypocrisies. But President Snow is based more on Caligula, 37 to 41 ad, then the latter emperors of the 5th Century.
  49. The first movie poster of the franchise in which Katniss does not look straight to the camera.
  50. This is the second movie sequel in 2015 to feature an actor, in this case Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died while the movie was still in production. The first was Furious 7 (2015) with Paul Walker.
  51. The carbine used by Boggs (Mahershala Ali) and the rest of the team escorting Katniss is the H&K G36C. This is a 5.56mm carbine used by the German Army and various Police units around the world. The receiver on the weapons in the film has selections for safe, single shot, three round burst, and full auto.
  52. This film did a promotional world tour with premieres in seven cities: Berlin, London, Paris, Madrid, Beijing, Los Angeles, and New York City.
  53. The only film in the franchise to be widely released in 3-D.
  54. Julianne Moore and Philip Seymour Hoffman appeared in the Hannibal Lecter film franchise. Moore played Clarice Starling in Hannibal (2001), and Hoffman played Freddie Lounds in Red Dragon (2002).
  55. Jena Malone, who plays the prickly, Hunger Games survivor Johanna Mason in three of the "Hunger Games" movies, is a victim of President Snow (Donald Sutherland). In Pride & Prejudice (2005) Jena portrays the flirty, air-headed Lydia Bennet (1 of 5 sisters). Donald Sutherland plays Mr. Bennet, Lydia's father.
  56. Jennifer Lawrence and director Francis Lawrence are not related.
  57. (at around 1h 40 mins) David Hallyday, a French singer, appears as the greenhouse's guard on the left.
  58. Composer James Newton Howard celebrated his birthday the day the teaser trailer was released.
  59. The main trailer for the movie was released on July 24, 2015.
  60. Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and April Grace appeared in Magnolia (1999).
  61. The final trailer to this movie was released on October 6, 2015.
  62. The books' word count in the titles are in descending order: "The Hunger Games" has 3 words. "Catching Fire" has 2 words. "Mockingjay" has 1 word.
  63. Philip Seymour Hoffman and Julianne Moore previously appeared together in the film Boogie Nights (1997).
  64. Julianne Moore and Woody Harrelson appeared in The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio (2005) and Game Change (2012).
  65. Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson appeared in The Duel (2016).
  66. Sarita Choudhury (Egeria) and Jeffrey Wright (Beetee) appeared in Lady in the Water (2006).
  67. Cheyanna Lavon Zubas's debut.
  68. Woody Harrelson and Jena Malone appeared in The Messenger (2009).
  69. The first elected president of the new Panem is projected by Plutarch to be Commander Paylor, Patina Miller who was the general in charge of the attack on the city.




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