The cameras have finished rolling on The Hunger Games series, producer Nina Jacobsen confirmed on Twitter.
Jacobsen took to social media on Friday night to share this photo of who looks to be Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss), Liam Hemsworth (Gale), Josh Hutcherson (Peeta), and the producer embracing in a hug near the set:
— nina jacobson (@ninajacobson) June 21, 2014
According to another tweet from Jacobsen, filming came to a close in Berlin, Germany.
Both Jacobsen and director Francis Lawrence were tweeting comments about Mockingjay coming to a close in the days leading up to the finish line. The latter’s were typically short and to the point:
One scene left…
— Francis Lawrence (@Hibbits) June 20, 2014
Mockingjay filmed much of the movie in Atlanta, Georgia before moving overseas to Europe for sequences that appear to primarily involve the war at the end of the story. Hypable has kept track of the set photos over the past few months – see our reports here and here.
Filming on the first Hunger Games movie began in May 2011 and ran through the summer under the direction of Gary Ross. The following three movies were helmed by Francis Lawrence, who was offered Mockingjay parts 1 and 2 following his great work with Catching Fire.
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