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  • ♪ (punk rock) ♪

  • (whispering) Please be Mockingjay.

  • YE--It's totally a Mockingjay trailer.

  • Yes!

  • I am so [bleep] excited! I shouldn't--

  • (Katniss) I just wanted to save my sister...

  • and keep Peeta alive.

  • (President Snow) Miss Everdeen...

  • it's the things we love most...

  • that destroy us.

  • I feel like this series...I don't know...

  • it seems a little overdone.

  • Not the pin.

  • Still haven't read any of them.

  • Oh! I want that.

  • (Peeta) I want everyone who's watching...

  • to lay down their weapons now.

  • - (Katniss) You're alive. - My bay! My bay!

  • (Haymitch) Peeta is the calf.

  • Everytime I see Woody Harrelson in it, I can't take him serious!

  • (Katniss) We will rescue Peeta at the earliest opportunity,

  • - or you will find another Mockingjay. - You said it, Katniss.

  • Don't let them push you around!

  • I remember the first one. I was like, "What is this?"

  • The second one, I'm like, "Yes! This is good."

  • And then the third one, I'm like...

  • Oh, Natalie. That chick from Game of Thrones is in there.

  • There's hardcore guns and explosions in this one.

  • I'm so hyped for this.

  • I'm so hyped. I'm so hyped. I'm so hyped!

  • Oh, I wanna see this movie so bad.

  • How does an arrow take out a plane?

  • Wait, part one? Part one?!

  • No! (laughs)

  • I can't wait. Oh my god!

  • Sometimes at school, I do that whistle.

  • And every once in a while, I get a response.

  • And it's the greatest thing ever.

  • ♪ (punk rock) ♪

  • (Finebros) So, have you seen the first two Hunger Games movies?

  • No.

  • I haven't seen any of them.

  • I've only seen the first one.

  • Yeah.

  • Yes.

  • Yes!

  • I have seen both.

  • I have, yes.

  • I have seen the first two movies.

  • Of course I have!

  • I watched it seven times in two days.

  • (Finebros) Not a lot of people haven't watched the Hunger Games!

  • I know! I don't know why they haven't interested me.

  • If I had seen that without knowing what it was, I'd think

  • that was some really cool horror movie, and I would want to go see it.

  • But now I'm like, "I don't know."

  • (Finebros) So it looks good to you, but because it's The Hunger Games,

  • you're not interested. Explain that!

  • Don't...don't believe the hype.

  • (Finebros) Did you enjoy the first two movies?

  • Yeah. They were good.

  • Yeah, I liked the second one a lot better than the first.

  • I enjoyed both of them immensely, but I definitely think

  • the second one was better.

  • I think they change too much, or they leave out too much,

  • or they just over-do it in the movies.

  • The first movie did not do the book justice,

  • but then the second movie, because it got a new director,

  • really was accurate to the book.

  • And so I'm really hoping that, because they're doing Mockingjay

  • in two movies, that they're gonna really stick to the book.

  • (Finebros) Do you feel that when a movie or TV show is based on a book

  • that comes out, it makes people read the books more?

  • Or do you think it makes them read it less?

  • If people know of the movie before they read it,

  • then they're definitely going to wait for the movie.

  • Definitely is another excuse not to read the book

  • because...why would you if it's gonna be played out right in front of you?

  • I want to say that it encourages kids to read the books more,

  • but it really doesn't.

  • My sister, she's watched both of The Hunger Games,

  • but she refuses to read it. She's just like,

  • "No, I'm not down. I don't like reading.

  • I don't wanna read that."

  • I feel like it makes them read it more 'cause I usually don't read it

  • until I hear about it.

  • I think it made them read the book more. Its popularity skyrocketed

  • once the movie came out.

  • Some people I know, they're gonna go,

  • "I don't want the next movie to be spoiled for me,

  • so I'm not gonna go read the books."

  • But other people are gonna be like, "Oh, I have to know what's happening now."

  • For me, I don't really like reading that much.

  • So when a movie comes out, I'm like, "[bleep] the book.

  • I don't need this."

  • But then I have to wait X amount of months for the movie to come out

  • and I'm banging my head against the table 'cause I'm like, "This was so good!"

  • So that's actually why I read the books.

  • (Finebros) What part of Mockingjay are you most excited to see

  • - on the big screen? - Peeta. (laughs)

  • Just Peeta.

  • I wish it was all him.

  • Anything with Josh Hutcherson.

  • When they go rescue [SPOILER].

  • ♪ (easy-listening jazz) ♪

  • I'm most excited and most nervous to see Primrose...

  • ♪ (easy-listening jazz) ♪

  • Finnick...

  • ♪ (easy-listening jazz) ♪

  • (Finebros) Even though up to this point it was one book for one movie,

  • now that it's the last book, they're breaking it up into two different movies.

  • Like every other movie nowadays! Oh my god.

  • (Finebros) What do you think about that?

  • I'm excited because that's just more movies.

  • Yeah, I love movies. Why not?

  • It's obviously for money.

  • If you divide it into two parts, that's more profit.

  • I hate it!

  • It pisses me off.

  • You can make one movie out of it.

  • You did it with all the other ones too.

  • For Harry Potter, I think it was really smart of them to do it.

  • I mean, that book's 800 pages.

  • Mockingjay, and Divergent, and May, I'm like, "Really?"

  • If the book doesn't call for it, you don't need to do it.

  • (Finebros) One of the stars, Philip Seymour Hoffman,

  • passed away before he could finish both movies, but will be appearing in it.

  • Are you familiar with any of his other work?

  • I liked Capote. That was amazing.

  • I was very fortunate to have a second of his time

  • at the Catching Fire premier and I have his autograph on my poster.

  • He's an amazing actor. I just haven't really had a chance

  • to watch his work, though I want to.

  • (Finebros) Do you think that the hype for The Hunger Games now

  • is the same, or is it less than it was a few years ago,

  • - when the first movie was coming out? - I don't know.

  • I mean, I read The Hunger Games when the hype started to happen.

  • I just think it keeps getting bigger and bigger 'cause everyone knows

  • the finale's happening.

  • Nobody talks about The Hunger Games.

  • I haven't heard anything about the new movie.

  • When the first movie came out, everyone's like, "Oh, Hunger Games!"

  • But now nobody even talks about that.

  • I was in middle school when the first one came out.

  • Everyone at my school would always talk about it,

  • and they were freaking out.

  • Even though this trailer's out, no one--I didn't even realize

  • the trailer was out. No one has talked about it at all!

  • (Finebros) So what do you want to say to the people out there

  • that have chosen not to read the books or see the movies because of hype?

  • Let's make a club.

  • Don't be biased, bro.

  • That's exactly how I felt. I thought there was gonna be

  • too much hype, but you gotta go watch it.

  • It's pretty good.

  • Stop being such a freaking hipster!

  • Get your head out of your butt and stop pretending

  • you're one of those people like, "I'm a non-conformist.

  • And just 'cause everyone likes it, I can't like it."

  • You're missing out, so if you can live with that...

  • then you do you. But...(chuckles)

  • If that's your reason, you're just a giant hipster.

  • It's lame.

  • Shut the [bleep] up. Read the [bleep] book.

  • (Finebros) We're gonna end the episode the same way we've done

  • when we covered The Hunger Games before.

  • Do you plan to see Mockingjay Part 1 at midnight, opening weekend,

  • but not at midnight, sometime in the theatre,

  • but not opening weekend, later at home, or not at all?

  • Um...probably at home sometime later.

  • Never.

  • I'll probably see it opening weekend.

  • Probably see it opening weekend.