“Hunger Games” cast not ready to say goodbye to franchise
HOLLYWOOD – ENTERTAINMENT – Julianne Moore, Elizabeth Banks and the cast of “The Hunger Games” reunited for the premiere of the penultimate film in the series at the Los Angeles premiere of “Mockingjay, Part 1” on Monday (November 18) evening.
The film is the first of a two part ending for “The Hunger Games” franchise. While filming has wrapped, many members of the cast are not ready to say goodbye to Katniss Everdeen and her team of rebels just yet.
“There is light at the end of the tunnel and I’m staying away from the light. Yeah, I don’t want this to end, I really don’t. Luckily we have another film to celebrate next year collectively. How much I’ll be involved I don’t know but, you know, it’s a real treat to at least have another reason to celebrate together, to be reunited, to be sharing these experiences with the people you love is a real treat. So, long may it continue,” says Sam Claflin, who reprises his role as the handsome survivor of “The Hunger Games”.
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