Final 'Catching Fire' Trailer Prepares Katniss for War

“Would you like to be in a real war?” 
The final trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hints at the broader, more dangerous path taken by Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), the “Girl on Fire” who stands as a symbol of hope – and revolution – for her people. And as the teaser points out, “Hope is stronger than fear.” 
The contemporary themes of fear mongering and media terror rise to the surface in this new clip, the last we are bound to see before Catching Fire hits theaters. And it shows, in greater detail, more of the in-battle hardships Katniss, Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) and the crew will endure as they brace for the inevitable: war with the political, governing body that awaits in the two-part Mockingjay
We’re not there yet. Catching Fire continues the film adaptations of Suzanne Collins’ best sellers. Francis Lawrence takes over directing duties for Fire and the two-part Mockingjay adaptations.
They will be in theaters for years to come, but for now, you can get Catching Fire tickets here, and start screening the movie on November 22.  
And don’t forget to bookmark our Hunger Games Movie Guide, where you can keep up with the latest news, videos and fan-friendly releases meant to get you pumped up for the upcoming sequel!






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