Filming wraps on last ever Hunger Games scenes

Jennifer Lawrence has officially hung up her bow and arrow as the cameras stop rolling in Panem


Katniss Everdeen has hung up her bow and arrow. There will be no more tributes, girls on fire or rebellion propaganda. It’s all officially over. After three bestsellers turned into four films, the final instalment in The Hunger Games movie franchise has wrapped. 


Director Francis Lawrence tweeted yesterday that the cast’s “short reunion” to film the movie’s last ever scenes was almost over, before letting fans know six hours later that it was all done and dusted. 

One of the film’s producers Nina Jacobson also took to Twitter, sharing this striking image from the epilogue, which is set around 20 years after the rebellion in Suzanne Collins’ book. 

As well as the crew’s bittersweet feelings during the franchise’s final day. 

It’s sad, sob-worthy news. The end of an era for Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Hunger Gamers everywhere.

But, thankfully, it’s still not quite the end for fans, who have the franchise’s final offering to look forward to later this year.


Mockingjay – Part 2, which sees Katniss leave District 13 and head to the Capitol to stage an assassination attempt on the President, will be in UK cinemas 20th November. 

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