‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ Movie Is Better Split To Two Parts Says One Of The Actors; Flick Starring Jennifer Lawrence Releases Hair Raising Trailer; WATCH IT NOW!

“Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” movie is nearly done with filming.

One of the movie’s actors, Stanley Tucci, shared his thoughts about the new “Hunger Games” movie. The star who is also part of “Transformers 4: Age of Extinction,” thought that it is a good idea to split “Mockingjay” into two parts.

“I think it does make sense to split it into two movies. You don’t want to cram a lot of information into one. You’d either have one sort of very long movie or…We know those characters so well that we want to take the time to see their progression.”

Tucci is set to reprise his role as Caesar Flickerman in the “Hunger Games: Mockingay” movie. He shared that his character is “the ultimate coward” and is “terrified” of the rebellion.

Meanwhile, new posters and teasers have also been released to campaign the new movie. A series of posters reveal a suppressing theme that “salutes” the districts.

Here is a brief description of the teaser trailer according to IGN:

“Its first teaser trailer is more overtly sinister, beginning with a soft-focus public address from villainous President Snow and quickly shifting into the kind of threat that’s appropriate for the leader of a country that regularly televises the creative and bloody murder of children. He’s also sitting next to Katniss’ hapless partner Peeta, who was captured at the end of “Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”

“Hunger Games: Mockingay – Part 1” is slated for a November 2014 release, while “Mockingjay – Part 2” will be released November next year. The movie stars Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, and Josh Hutcherson.

Are you excited for the new “Hunger Games” movie? Have you read the books? How does it compare with the movies?

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