New Mockingjay Part 2 TV Spots and Stills

With less than a month until The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 hits theaters everywhere, Lionsgate has begun releasing television spots to promote the movie and to kick the promotion off they released not one but two promos earlier this today.

 

With less than a month (actually 28 days but you know who’s counting?) until the release of the last movie of The Hunger Games Franchise, now that all the trailers have been released, it’s time to make way for the TV spots.

Early this morning, Lionsgate released not one, but two new TV spots for Mockingjay Part 2. The first TV spot, titled, Her Story, shows some of Katniss’ most iconic moments of the past 3 films such as her 3 finger salute to Rue and her interview with Caesar in The Hunger Games, the carriage ride with Peeta in Catching Fire. But we also get to see a glimpse of new footage of Katniss and Gale running through the Capitol, and some of our favorite characters like Finnick, Johanna and Peeta.

 

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The second TV spot, titled, Final Battle, starts off with a voice over of President Coin essentially narrating a summary of Katniss’ journey from the moment she volunteered for Prim to the moment she led the districts into rebellion against the Capitol. This TV spot consists mainly of the footage we saw in the final trailer a few weeks ago, with most of it showing the fight in the Capitol. The way this TV spot was made along with President Coin’s voice over makes me feel like I’m watching one of the Rebels’ propos!

 

 

We’ve also got some new stills from the film which have been released through the Official Mockingjay Part 2 Twitter account. Check them out!

What did you think of the new TV spots and stills? Like them? Hate them? Feel meh about them? Let us know by dropping a comment below, or on our Facebook or Twitter page!

 

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