Josh Hutcherson Shares How They Wrapped Up For The Final Filming Of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’

By Rosella Jane Vargas | 11 months ago
Josh Hutcherson Shares How They Wrapped Up For The Final Filming Of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’

Josh Hutcherson became a familiar figure for book lovers and fans of the “Hunger Games” saga. Now that they have completed filming for the last installment of the film, he opens up about different things that are memories for keeps. Read more to know the details.

In an article from People Magazine, Hutcherson shared the ambiance of the last day of filming for the movie.


“The final moment when we wrapped the movie, was pretty poignant. That was the moment when everything came to an end, so I really vividly remember that – it was me, Jen, Liam, the whole cast all together on set, and that’s just a great time.” Hutcherson said.

Their director, Francis Lawrence, added, “There were a lot of tears: a lot of champagne [and] a lot of tears,” The friendship among the cast and production crew has been rock solid since they were together for more than four years in the film adaptation of the Hunger Games trilogy. No wonder their final day became a remarkable moment for everyone.


As for Hutcherson, he believes the end of the filming would not indicate the end of his friendship with co-stars Liam Hemsworth and Jennifer Lawrence. Hitcherson said, “We have a text chain, we talk, we fly around to see each other – we make it work in many ways,”

According to Mirror, when he was asked if they are already feeling any separation anxiety now that the filming is over, he replied no but has a good reason behind it. He responded, “I wouldn’t say so and I’ll tell you why, because we don’t separate, that’s the trick.” That’s a very touching message from the actor. He is indeed looking forward to strengthening their friendship.

With how Josh Hutcherson values their bond, he will have a deep connection with Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and everyone from the film.

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