How fans reacted to new The Hunger Games: Mockingjay trailer

There was an awful lot of waiting. But then it arrived in all its rebellious glory.

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Knowing that there was another The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 trailer on the way was a good thing. But it meant a lot of waiting. 

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Waiting to see if Donald Sutherland as President Snow was spreading his Capitol propaganda once again (he is), if Josh Hutcherson as Peeta was still standing eerily alongside him (he is), if Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss would appear (she doesn’t) and if anyone from the districts was doing something to bring the rule of Snow down (they are). 

Here’s how fans felt about the wait, and the trailer itself…


Waiting for it was an event in itself

https://twitter.com/LiamKelsall/statuses/486575989020168193


Fans clubbed together to wait

https://twitter.com/THGPrblms/statuses/486222684184125441


And wait a bit more


Some chose to say it with SpongeBob


Because everyone just wanted to SEE. THE. TRAILER.

https://twitter.com/DamnItsPeeta/statuses/485853807306608640


Fans were starting to worry about Peeta

https://twitter.com/THGPrblms/statuses/485839295077310464


And that the trailer was never going to come at all

https://twitter.com/Everlarkbaby/statuses/485529083002884096


Then it finally came

https://twitter.com/HGgirlonfire/statuses/486904960492527618


The rebellion pleased people

https://twitter.com/LiamKelsall/statuses/486902287928139776


A LOT of excitement about the appearance of Beetee

https://twitter.com/panempropaganda/statuses/486902026904035328


Including from actor Jeffrey Wright himself

https://twitter.com/jfreewright/statuses/486901818057052160


Then fans got back to the business of counting down the days until the film’s release


And of course re-watching the trailer

https://twitter.com/Wandiola101/statuses/487186007633436672


Which you can watch again here:

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 is released in UK cinemas on 21 November 2014