The early teasers for ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1‘ were fun but didn’t show what we could actually expect from the film like the new trailer we’re about to share with you does. While the teasers hinted at propaganda from President Snow and Panem as the banner above also shows, this one digs right into the heart of the matter of a revolution being born. The seeds were cast in the first two films but this is where we really see the action start to pick up! The leaders of the rebellion are plotting and Katniss is going to get thrown directly into the mix.
This trailer was originally shown off at the San Diego Comic-Con last week but only now has been released online. Thankfully, that wasn’t as long of a wait as it could have been. In it, we see the major players such as Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Plutarch Heavensbee and Julianne Moore’s President Coin getting ready to move their pieces around to set this revolution in motion. Also we see that the biggest player of all, Katniss, is asked if she is ready to fight? She claims that she is but the tone of her voice doesn’t necessarily show that she has much energy left to rally those in the rebellion let alone fight in it. I’m sure by the film’s end she’ll be given another reason to pickup her bow and unleash arrows against those in the capitol.
At the other end of the spectrum we see Donald Sutherland’s President Snow in Panem saying that any association with the Mockingjay symbol is to be crushed. He’s absolutely handles this situation all so well. You can check out the entire trailer below!
It looks as if we’re getting thrown right into the thick of it when the first of the two-part conclusion to ‘The Hunger Games’ begins. Are you looking forward to see the revolution form? Annoyed that we’ll have to wait a full year after the release to see the conclusion? Share your thoughts below and remember, May the odds be ever in your favor.
‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1′ opens in U.S. theaters on November 21st, 2014, followed by Part 2 a year later on November 20th, 2015.
Source: Cinema Blend