The cast of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (which included a VERY streamlined Jennifer Lawrence), are jetting around the world to promote the new movie but you'll need to brace yourself for the latest clip.
The small trailer includes one of the most anticipated moment in the entire series – for Team Peeta, at least.
If you have read the book, you'll understand that the first strangely romantic "real or not real" line will be just as powerful in the movie as it was on the pages.
In the clip, Peeta, played by Josh Hutcherson, is looking very emotional as he relives the torturous times of being in President Snow's reigns.
But then when Katniss advises her star-crossed lover to rest up, he asks, "You're still trying to protect me. Real or not real?"
“Real,” she replies. “That’s what you and I do. We keep each other alive.”
It must be tough for the actors to be back on set after the death of their co-star Philip Seymour Hoffman, but the show must go on.
We have to say it is exciting to see the lovely Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth back as Katniss and Gale – we can’t wait for the next movie.
Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth returned to filming yesterday for the first time since Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death at the weekend.
Jennifer looked sombre as she entered the set, having earlier expressed her sadness over her co-star’s sudden death, calling him “such an incredible actor”.
Hollywood waits for no man and the cast had to return to finish shooting the final installment of The Hunger Games, which will be split into two parts – Mockingjay Part 1 and 2.
Reports say Hoffman, who plays Plutarch, had only one scene left to shoot in the franchise and it appears to be an incredibly emotional and poignant scene for both his character and Jennifer’s Katniss.
While his death won’t affect release dates, a film exec has said some work will need to be done to cover up the missing scene.
However, that same exec assures fans they have a lot to look forward to in Hoffman’s scenes: “His performances in both [remaining] movies will be up to the best of his craft. We feel it will be a good tribute to him.”