Oh my gosh tributes! This is the deleted scene we’ve been waiting for! Katniss and Haymitch discuss their broken promise to save Peeta and that they are “still in the game”
Thanks to a great find from our friends at QuarterQuell.org you can quench your thirst for Mockingjay Part 1 just a bit, by watching the first 3 minutes of the film. This video courtesy of South Korean VOD service, Naver TV, should get you geeked for the HD release coming this Tuesday, February 17th! (If the embedded video below is not working, then head over to Naver TV to watch)
Thanks again to Quarter Quell!
Here’s our first look at one of the deleted scenes for Mockingjay Part 1! This one features Effie swooping in to save the day as the uhh glam squad of District 13 attempts to make her up for her propo.
You can see more deleted scenes when Mockingjay Part 1 releases on Digital HD on February 17th and Blu-ray March 6th.
WATCH: Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth Talk Hovercraft Shenanigans on the set of Mockingjay Part 1
More BTS goodies to share today! This time Liam and Jennifer talk about filming the hovercraft sequences on the set of Mockingjay Part 1.
Yes, that’s her saying, “If the cable snaps we’ll all die.”
“I’m also great to fly with,” the star remarked in the featurette when asked about her time foretelling doom in the hovercraft.
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ will be available on Digital HD February 17 and DVD and Blu-ray March 6.
Entertainment Weekly also has an exclusive first peek at bonus footage from the Mockingjay Part 1 Blu-ray In this latest BTS clip, we not only get to see Natalie Dormer’s head shaved for her role as Cressida, we also get to hear about the thought process that went into the style as well as her vine tattoo.
The video isn’t embeddable but you can check it out over at EW’s website.
You can check out more BTS goodies when Mockingjay Part 1 releases on Digital HD on February 17th and Blu-ray/DVD, March 6th.
We are getting another look at BTS footage from the Mockingjay Part 1 home entertainment release. This clip via Yahoo Movies features Jennifer Lawrence and costume designers Kurt & Bart discussing both the District 13 and Mockingjay costumes.
We also get a closer look at images from Cinna’s Sketchbook thanks to Yahoo as well:
This clip is part of the two-hour behind-the-scenes documentary The Mockingjay Lives: The Making of Mockingjay — Part 1 which is available as bonus material on both the Digital HD release (available Tuesday) and on the Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack and VOD (out March 6).
The Hunger Games social media accounts just shared a great behind the scenes glance at Mockingjay Part 1 from the home entertainment release. Watch below as Sam Claflin talks about playing Finnick and we get a glimpse at that infamous Finnick and Katniss scene that was cut.
— Mockingjay – Part 1 (@TheHungerGames) February 11, 2015
Mockingjay Part 1 arrives on Digital HD on February 17th and Blu-ray/DVD on March 6th.
Recently Insight Editions released three FANtastic Mockingjay Part 1 journals. Each decked out in its own theme, (Mockingjay, Capitol, District 13) these hardcover ruled journals are a perfect place to write down all of your Hunger Games memories.
Keep reading for details on each journal and find out how you can enter to win a complete set of Mockingjay Journals!
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced via Twitter today that Josh Hutcherson would be a presenter at this years Oscars. This is an exciting honor, as Josh was just invited to join the Academy this past year. No details yet on what award he will be announcing.
Josh won’t be the only Hunger Games cast member at the Academy Awards, remember our very own President Coin, is nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for her role in Still Alice.
The Academy Awards will air LIVE Sunday, February 22nd on ABC.
Congratulations to our President Coin, Julianne Moore, for winning this year’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for Leading Actress! Julianne took home the prize for her incredible performance in Still Alice.
Check out her short, but beautiful acceptance speech. She also humorously thanked Lionsgate for giving her the time off to make the movie.
Julianne has achieved consistent success at award shows this season; it’s very likely she will finally nab an Oscar at the Academy Awards on February 22nd. Fingers crossed!