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July 28th, 2014
We’ve been waiting months for the first official trailer of the upcoming Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and like the Second Rebellion, it has finally arrived.
While we’ve had a glimpse of that capital thanks to two teaser videos featured President Snow and recently captured Peeta and Johanna Mason, we’ve yet to see Katniss. Until now.
The teaser trailer only clocks in at one minute, but there are still some very important moments.
1. It’s our first look at District 13. Up until now we’ve only heard of District 13, which even Katniss not sure whether to believe it’s real. Well, it is. Here’s a shot of the ship rescuing Katniss, Betee and Finnick from the arena.
2. Inside District 13 looks an awful lot like The Hob where Katniss would go to sell animals she killed while hunting.
3. Plutarch Havensbee, played by the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, is busy in District 13 promoting his theory that Katniss is strong enough to lead to the Second Rebellion against the Capitol.
4. This is our first glimpse of Julianne Moore, who plays, President Alma Coin, President of District 13.
5. We also get our first look at of Games of Thrones star Natalie Dormer, who plays Cressida, a woman in District 13 who oversees a camera crew. I have a feeling that half-shaved hairstyle is about to come back into fashion in a big way.
6. ICYMI, Gale is still super-hot.
7. President Snow still wants Katniss and everyone who carries the symbol of the Mockingjay dead. Such a broken record with this guy, amirite?
8. Someone is really, really good with crop circles.
9. The Dark Days are back again, with the Second Rebellion officially underway. In today’s teaser trailer, we see Peacekeepers from the Capitol shooting at residents of a district as they attempt to flee the bullets. It’s going to get really ugly in Mockingjay Part 1.
Check out the full teaser trailer below. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 hits theatres on November 21, with Part 2 arriving November 2015.Tweet