This is a photo of the "Hunger Games" film franchise stars Liam Hemsworth, Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson. (Photo : Reuters)
As fans await the release of what appeared to be the last two "Hunger Games" sequels, actress Jennifer Lawrence and the rest of the cast might have been more emotional as a photo of them was released, following the filming of their last day at work for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 2."
A photo shared by film producer Nina Jacobson showed Lawrence in what appeared to be an intense moment, as she is spotted huddled together with others in a circle with their arms wrapped around each other, Daily Mail observed. Although the photo only showed the top of their heads, the actors identified in the photo are Lawrence, co-stars Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson. Lawrence appeared to be still wearing a dark wig for the film and is wearing a striped top.
Jacobson added a caption, which read, "That's a wrap. Thank you @SuzanneCollins Thank you @Hibbits Thank you HG Fans. Other than that, I'm speechless."
Just Jared said the five were not the only emotional people after the end of the film production. Sam Clafin, who played the dashing and handsome tribute Finnick, tweeted, "I just want/ need to express my many thanks to everyone (cast, crew & fans) who have worked so hard for so long to make The Hunger Games experience what it is. But for also trusting me enough to let me be part of it. I feel privileged, honoured and so very lucky to have shared this opportunity with so many passionate & talented people. #dreamjob @TheHungerGames @lionsgatemovies x."
Daily Mail said that "Mockingjay Part 1" and "Part two" will fill the void left by "Catching Fire." Lawrence returns as story protagonist Katniss Everdeen. Hutcherson and Hemsworth play her love interests Peeta and Gale. Harrelson continues to play Katniss and Peeta's mentor, Haymitch.
In an interview with Hypable, Jacobson explained why the producers decided to film the final book of Suzanne Collins in just one continuous filming schedule. She said, "The advantage is that it is still one book, and by making all of it at once, we're able to know where the characters are relative to where they need to be. Especially since there are major transformations in this story for Katniss, for Peeta, and for Gale."
Part 1 of "Mockingjay" is expected to debut in theaters worldwide on November 21st, to be followed by Part 2, which will be released almost a year after, which is on November 20.