Get ready, Katniss fans: It looks like The Hunger Games camp has something big up its sleeve to reveal tomorrow. While the final two films of the franchise, Mockingjay — Part 1 and Mockingjay — Part 2, were largely filmed at the same time last year, one key piece of the final installment was saved for later: the epilogue. Conditions weren't right at the time to shoot the scene (as director Francis Lawrence told Collider, the landscape needed to be greener), so the last bit of the movie was put on hold. Until this past weekend, that is, when star Jennifer Lawrence, producer Nina Jacobson, and several other Hunger Games actors reunited in Atlanta to shoot the epic story's final moments, Collider reports.
Today, Lawrence and actor Josh Hutcherson, who plays Katniss' love interest and fellow tribute Peeta Mellark, posted some of the first photos from Mockingjay — Part 2, each paired with a caption of tomorrow's date and the hashtags #MockingjayPart2 and #Unite.
And if that wasn't enough to pique your interest (it certainly got our attention!), then take a look at this: Many editors clicked into their inboxes this afternoon to find an ominous piece of momentum-building email with the subject line, "The Mockingjay Will Be Heard."
So, what's on deck for tomorrow? Our guess is the very first trailer for the much-anticipated franchise finale, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2. And we can't wait.