“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 76th Hunger Games.”
And welcome to the last Hunger Games movie. In the first trailer for the series finale, Mockingjay Part Two reveals itself to be noticeably more bombastic than the film that preceded it. The conflict finally moves out of the secret District 13 and into The Capital, which I’ve always found to be the most intriguing part of the dystopian society created by author Suzanne Collins. The absurd aesthetic of the Capital, which mixes Baroque and Victorian fashion, forms a distinct visual counterpoint to the plain earth tones of the clothes worn by the outer districts. We get our first good look at Capital architecture in this trailer, and interestingly it not only draws from Beaux-Arts, but the aesthetic of industrial factories.
Anyone else wish we could get a spin-off based around culture in the Capital?
Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part Two comes out on November 20th.