The above photo is one of several on a new websitefilled with exclusive Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1content. Also on the site, Moore, a huge fan of theHunger Games books, talks about playing the rebellion leader:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shxqf5GGr3s
"Clearly that was the only part I could play. Coin is very sparingly drawn, because … she's only spoken about from Katniss' point of view. Katniss immediate distrusts her in a way that sometimes a young person distrusts an older person that's in a position of authority … She's not about to risk revealing herself and her population in a fight when she know that they're better served by lying low and letting it blow over."
In addition, the film released a written scene from the movie, featuring Plutarch Heavensbee, Coin, Boggs and Katniss. It begins:
Katniss walks quickly, and Boggs moves alongside her. Her fists are clenched. He notices her angry tears. On his normally implacable face, it's obvious he's not used to displays of emotion. He's certainly not used to anyone like Katniss.
Boggs, Coin's right-hand man who becomes Katniss' protector, is played by Mahershala Ali. The movie site reveals what he looks like, too. He's on the left, standing next to director Francis Lawrence:
If that wasn't enough exclusive content, the site also has a "filmmaker roundtable" for fans to read. In it, we learn:
Shooting Mockingjay – Part 1 and Part 2 at the same time is tough.
Katniss has PTSD at the start of the movie.
Although Effie Trinket isn't really in the Mockingjay book, author Suzanne Collins wanted her in the movies.
Julianne Moore is a great actress.
Filmmakers aren't creating any digital or robotic versions of Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died with a few days of shooting left on his schedule. Instead, they rewrote the dialogue so other characters say the lines originally written for him, but never shot.
The writers elaborate on certain small details from the book for the film.
The first Mockingjay is about Katniss trying to get Peeta back and being a foreigner in a strange land.