The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is finally available on Digital HD platforms NOW and March 22 on Blu-ray/DVD! To celebrate, Lionsgate has been releasing some exclusive clips from “Pawns No More: Making The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2” 8-Part Documentary from home entertainment the bonus features over the last couple of weeks.
Here are all of the clips that have been released so far, including a NEW clip about the lovely Hayffie surprise we got at the end of MJ2.We've posted most of these before, but we're going post them again, all together, so you don't have to look all over the site to watch them all at once!
Woody Harrelson and Nina Jacobson weigh in on that Hayffie kiss:
A great clip with Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Willow Shields and Julianne Moore talking about the cast saying goodbye to The Hunger Games:
Interviews with Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Willow Shields talking about Josh's amazing transformation into Hijacked Peeta:
Two Johanna Mason featurettes - All about how Jena Malone and director Francis Lawrence approached Johanna Mason's MJ2 look and character:
Francis Lawrence talking about Suzanne Collins' Role in The Hunger Games films. Plus a little snippet of Josh Hutcherson, which is always a plus!
Piece on the filming of that intense sewer scene with the lizard mutts:
Clip on Katniss' special effects makeup featuring interviews with make-up supervisor Ve Neill and special effects make-up guru Glenn Hetrick:
Julianne Moore, Jeffrey Wright and Francis Lawrence talk about the significance of the shooting locations in Europe:
Production Designer Phil Messina talks about the huge green screen set they used for some of the more elaborate scenes in Mockingjay Part 2:
Featurette called on the significance of The Hunger Games featuring Elizabeth Banks and Stanley Tucci on how meaningful the books and movies are worldwide:
Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth, plus Production Designer Phil Messina discussing how they created the bombed-out Capitol sets:
Francis Lawrence, Nina Jacobson and Jon Kilik explaining why they split Mockingjay into 2 films: