'Mockingjay - Part 2' Premiere Gives Fans A Three-Fingered Salute

Mockingjay Part 2premiere Gives Fans Three Fingered Salute

Though the premiere was rather subdued in light of the recent attacks in Paris -- a city where a portion of filming was done for the final ' Hunger Games ' installment -- the ' Mockingjay - Part 2 ' U.S. premiere in Los Angeles, California was still a star-studded event, giving tributes a farewell three-fingered salute after years of tireless fanfare.

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Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and the full 'Mockingjay' gang came out for one last mission with boots (in some cases, heels) on the ground. Feast your eyes on the pics.

  1. Jennifer Lawrence - Katniss Everdeen Getty Images
  2. Josh Hutcherson - Peeta Mellark Getty Images
  3. Liam Hemsworth - Gale Hawthorne Getty Images
  4. Willow Shields - Primrose Everdeen Getty Images
  5. Sam Claflin - Finnick Odair Getty Images
  6. Jena Malone - Johanna Mason Getty Images
  7. Elizabeth Banks - Effie Trinket Getty Images
  8. Woody Harrelson - Haymitch Abernathy Getty Images
  9. Donald Sutherland - President Coriolanus Snow Getty Images
  10. Natalie Dormer - Cressida Getty Images
  11. Jeffrey Wright - Beetee Getty Images
  12. Suzanne Collins - 'Hunger Games' Author Getty Images
  13. Francis Lawrence - 'Mockingjay - Part 2' Director Getty Images
  14. Meta Golding - Enobaria Getty Images
  15. Eugenie Bondurant - Tigris Getty Images
  16. Stef Dawson - Annie Cresta Getty Images
  17. Wes Chatham - Castor Getty Images
  18. Elden Henson - Pollux Getty Images
  19. Nelson Ascensio - Flavius Getty Images
  20. Patina Miller - Commander Paylor Getty Images
  21. Erika Bierman - Snow's Granddaughter Getty Images
  22. Omid Abtahi - Homes Getty Images
  23. Evan Ross - Messalla Getty Images
  24. Misty and Kim Ormiston - Leeg #1 and #2 Getty Images
  25. Amandla Stenberg - Rue Getty Images

While at the premiere the cast, filmmakers and studio execs paid tribute to the victims of Friday (Nov. 13)'s vicious attacks on Paris, which claimed the lives of 129 people, by wearing tri-color ribbons of red, white and blue.


'We stand with them tonight,' Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer told the crowd . 'We want to express our solidarity for the brave people of Paris and share our sympathy in grieving.'