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The First 'Mockingjay - Part 2' Trailer Is Here & It Will Give You Chills for Days

Emma Goddard
by Emma Goddard Published on June 9, 2015

Start fangirling, because the teaser trailer for "Mockingjay - Part 2" has finally arrived and it is epic. "Mockingjay - Part 1" was a bit anticlimactic for my liking but I'm ecstatic for this upcoming film and how badass Katniss Everdeen is in it. I could honestly start whistling the mockingjay song right now and raise my hand into the air if that was even mildly appropriately in the workplace and my co-workers wouldn't send me to a mental institution. I just can't contain my excitement.

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Promising all the feels with Annie Cresta and Finnick Odair's wedding, but chock-full of action as an intense revolution breaks out against the Capitol and President Snow, we're in for a real treat. After the last "Hunger Games" movie premiered in 2014, I've really missed seeing Gale, Katniss and Peeta's faces; it's been too long. Not to mention, it was pretty damn cool seeing Gwendoline Christie make an appearance as Commander Lyme alongside her "Game of Thrones" castmate Natalie Dormer, who we know best as Cressida. If you wanted a film about powerful boss ladies, look no further.

Premiering on November 20, 2015, "Mockingjay - Part 2" is guaranteed to draw in enormous crowds of teens, adults and the like lining up to see the close of this famous trilogy. I'll be there crying in the back row, but you can just ignore me. Until then, throw your arrows up, and welcome to the 76th Hunger Games.

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This article was written by Emma Goddard. Follow her on Twitter @egoddardhokie.

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by Emma Goddard