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Josh Hutcherson & Jena Malone Star in 'Mockingjay' Motion Posters!

Josh Hutcherson & Jena Malone Star in 'Mockingjay' Motion Posters!

Have you seen the new motion posters for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1!

Dressed in white, Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) and Johanna Mason (Jena Malone) stand and circle around an all-white background in the new posters — a striking, yet haunting image.

In Mockingjay Part 1 finds Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) in District 13 after she literally shatters the games forever. Under the leadership of President Coin (Julianne Moore) and the advice of her trusted friends, Katniss spreads her wings as she fights to save Peeta and a nation moved by her courage.

The flick is out on November 21st!

Click inside for the posters…

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  • xxx

    @CINEMA NEWS REPORT: except it’s not

  • Agree

    @CINEMA NEWS REPORT: I agree. So lame…the books, too.

  • Anon

    The movies are mediocre.. The second one was tolerable in comparison to the first but I’m sick of these wanna be Harry potter franchise movies (aka twilight, hunger games, divergent, mortal instruments, etc). People only go crazy cause crazy Tweens/teens find Hutcherson & Hemsworth ‘hot’ and lawrence ‘sooo awesome.’ Yawn.

  • Seriously!!

    @anon I’m so over the whole copy cat of the two part finale bullshit too. This book was like less than half than any HP book, why is it in two parts?

  • Wtf

    @Anon: If you’re so sick of these movies why do you come to comment ? why do you waste your precious time commenting it ? If you want to “yawn” just go to sleep and don’t go to see the movie. It’s as simple as that. And the comparison with HP is stupid sorry. People who grew up with HP never are objective because the universe changed their childhood. Nothing is as good as HP to them. Yes HP was good but wtf is this comparison ? THG books are very clever. You have to read it several time to not miss the point. The topic is more than ever important (look what happen in israel, in ukraine) Thg can teach you lessons. Don’t try to resume it as a “teenager thing”

  • Anon

    @Wtf: you’re obviously butthurt someone doesn’t like something YOU do. Listen, I’m not saying the movies are on twilight level of bad BUT as a fan of the books, I just get sorely disappointed with how it has all turned out. It’s all about “who’s hot” in these movies and the message is lost. It’s just tiring for people to try so hard to become what Harry potter is/was. The YA novel movie adaptation level is just trying too hard with these love triangles and less than creative “post-apocalyptic” plots

  • Anon

    @Wtf: also, nice try on being smart to compare a teenage novel to a war that’s going on right now……

  • Wtf

    @Anon: Believe me or not but I agree with some things you said. I also think that the first movie was crap for example but I’m tired that some people try to compare HP and THG. It doesn’t make any sens for me. I also don’t like that they try to adapt EVERY books into movies but I don’t put THG and the mortal instruments at the same level at all. CF beat Iron man III at the box office so it’s a proof that not only teenagers in love with the actors went to see it. Stop the clichĂ©. I can also understand that you think that the “post apocalyptic” plot is put behind the love triangle but F. Lawrence did a better job with catching fire and I think that “Mockingjay” can underline the major plot. Si why not give it a chance ?
    And I wasn’t trying to be particularly smart with my comparison. Not only teenagers read YA novels, and even when they do, they’re not necessary dumb. So I do think of all the wars, riots, revolts in the world when I read books like THG . I use my brain and ask myself “what I would do ?” and I’m not gonna apologize for this

  • anon

    @Wtf: the only link i have between HP and THG that i’m pointing out is the whole YA novel scenario, that’s it. I’m not comparing it through any other means cause they’re obviously two separate entities/plots/characters.. I get that there is always a need for the ‘next best thing’ for teens but I just feel like the post apocalyptic hoo-ha has been overdone especially as of lately.. like, there’s obviously a rip off from the Hunger Games books by Divergent (i read the series and Veronica Roth basically wrote a THG 2.0) I’m only connecting TMI, Divergent, THG, etc because you’ll get the same gist from all of these.. love triangles, female protagonist, etc.

    I get that teenagers read YA novels.. they ARE “young adult” novels for a reason.. I just think your connection of something like the war in Gaza and somehow saying THG (something FICTIONAL) is just a little dumb. I get that there needs to be an awareness towards governments, wars, and all these things because they are important and many die.. but c’mon, half of the teenagers i’ve been in the movie theater with while watching these movies only care about screaming whenever Josh or Liam come on the screen, movie damned to hell because ‘who cares? they’re soo cute!!’

  • anon

    @Wtf: However, i do agree Francis Lawrence has done a superior job with CF.. the movies are more about what actually happened in the books and not the half-assed attempt we got from Gary Ross…