The dramatic track from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 worldwide trailer "The Mockingjay Lives" is "Auryn" from Brand X Music. The track was composed by John Sponsler and Tom Gire.
Hope truly IS stronger than fear. The long-awaited Mockingjay Part 1 theatrical trailer finally debuted today at TheHungerGamesExclusive.com.
Though the trailer is shorter than the average theatrical trailer, it still packed an epic emotional punch, showing us more of our beloved Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, and her transition from survivor to reluctant leader of Panem's rebellion.
And Everlark lovers REJOICE! We got a hearbreaking peek at Peeta Mellark in the Capitol and Katniss' first look at him. "You're alive."
The new trailer deftly illustrates what Francis Lawrence has been saying about the narrative of Part 1: “With Mockingjay – Part I it’s tricky because Peeta is out of reach for her. Obviously he becomes an objective for her, but Gale is right there, so that’s always a tricky situation. Those objectives became the motives for us."
"Miss Everdeen, it's the things we love most that destroy us." will be haunting us forever.
Tickets for Mockingjay Part 1 go on sale October 29th!
The Hunger Games Exclusive Series 2 debuted today along with the Mockingjay Part 1 worldwide trailer. The new issue is packed with behind the scenes photos and exclusive interviews with the cast including Q & As with Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, and Natalie Dormer, character close-ups of Boggs, Pollux, Castor and Messalla, and, of course, the epic new trailer (see it HERE).
There is far too much to post here but check out a couple of our favorite photos from the site, and some lovely quotes from Jennifer Lawrence:
Josh and Liam are my best friends. And we’ve got the best crew that we’ve known for years. I don’t have to be ‘on’ all the time in front of them because they feel like my family.”
Jennifer on what she kept as a memento from the set:
The bow! Our props master told me that he could get me a new one because they made a few of them. But I want the one that Katniss is using while we shoot. It’s all scratched up. That bow means a lot to me.”
We got another quick peek at Mockingjay Part 1 via the 2nd teaser clip "Tomorrow." A quick flash of Katniss and Gale taking aim, suited up in their rebellion gear with their Beetee-enhanced bows (GAH!!! District 8??) is all we get to warm us up for the big debut of the official Mockingjay Part 1 worldwide trailer, The Mockingjay Lives. Are you excited, tributes?
Tune in around 9:00am PT/ noon ET (our best guess on the time ) at TheHungerGamesExclusive.com to watch the trailer AND check out Series 2 featuring exclusive behind the scenes interviews and images!
“These are crimes,” he said of the massive hack. “These are absolutely crimes against human rights.”
“The fact that people react the way they do and look at that,” said Hutcherson, “It’s so unbelievably embarrassing to have somebody look into your private life,” he said. “It’s really disheartening to see that this is where the world of entertainment has gone and it’s gone that way because of greed and media and people feeling like they deserve something and have a right to something that they absolutely do not.”
Hutcherson said he hasn’t spoken to Lawrence since her photos were posted online.
“Everybody deals with those sort of situations on their own, in their own ways,” he said.
“None of us signed up for our private lives to be made public,” he said. “I started acted when I was nine years old, Jen started when she was 12. You don’t have this idea of celebrity at that age. You have the idea of wanting to make movies and have a passion for storytelling. It’s what we’re good at. It’s what we do. It’s not like we just made this choice and decided ‘Oh yeah, I want to be an actor because I want to make movies but also there’s a fame element…’ No, we didn’t think like that. At least I didn’t and I know Jen didn’t.”
Josh recently saw the finished The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, which is set for release in November.
“I loved it. I’m so proud of it. I’m so glad that they split it into two movies because there’s so much that happens in that third book that if you tried to squeeze it into one two hour movie you would have lost so much,”
Hutcherson insisted fans will be thrilled by Mockingjay.
“It’s really dark, it’s really intense and the way you see how these characters try to recover and then build up a counterstrike against what they’ve experienced is really intense,” he said. “You’re absolutely going to love it.”
The star said it was hard to wrap production and walk away from cast and crew who worked together for a big part of the past four years.
“We’ve gone through some big changes together, just personally and professionally, that it’s hard to know that you’re not going to be 12 hours every day for months at a time with them,” said Hutcherson. “We’re still close, we’re still friends, we talk all the time — but it’s not the same so I’m definitely going to miss it.”
Did Hutcherson take a souvenir from District 12?
“I actually took the pendant that I gave Katniss — the one that opens and has the picture of her family, from that scene on the beach. I took that. It’s my one memento,” he confessed.
“It’s in my house in my desk drawer. I’m going to try to purposefully lose it — but in a way that I know I will find it in the future.”