Awesomeness guaranteed in Hunger Games' teaser trailer

  • Soumya Srivastava, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Jun 26, 2014 18:27 IST
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Now this is what is called making a grand entry! The Hunger Games has released a teaser trailer for the third part of the

franchise

, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, and we promise you it is nothing short of awesome. Check it out!





Talk of Donald Sutherland and Josh Hutcherson, and you know the two will never disappoint you. What's even more refreshing is that the rest of the crew too seems to be stuck knee-deep in the feel of the movie. The short clip looks like a campaign of sorts wherein President Snow (Sutherland) and Peeta (Josh) are robed in blinding white while the former addresses the 12 districts through a video.



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More than an address, it is a warning: “If you resist the system, you starve yourself. If you fight against it, it is you who will bleed. I know you will stand with me, with us, with all of us, together, as one,” says the cruel leader of the Hunger Games universe.



Even the description of the video reads: “CITIZENS: The Capitol requires your viewing of President Snow's official Panem Address, "Together As One," brought to you by Capitol TV in stunning 4K. Register for Capitol TV updates at

http://TheCapitol.PN

. This is a Capitol Ministry of Information mandate. #OnePanem.” Now this is what we call ‘setting the mood’!

Peeta looks like Snow’s personal lap dog in the video and we can only wonder what has got into him (read Reek and Ramsay Bolton of Game of Thrones). We saw him get abducted from the game field at the end of the last movie (Catching Fire) with Katniss venturing out to find him.

The much anticipated movie, featuring Jennifer Lawrence, will release in November this year and will be the penultimate part of the series.

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