We are so excited to see Mockingjay: Part 2, the end of The Hunger Games saga, and we are already getting emotional about it all. So, it's no surprise that Jennifer Lawrence might feel the same way about it all!
In an interview with Collider, Jennifer confessed that she felt these movies have been her life for so many years, that when she wrapped the last film and her representation of Katniss she definitely got emotional. Aww!
"I think the feeling of accomplishment will happen more when the film finally comes out. We’re not really done working on it, in some ways. We still have to represent it. I don’t know. I didn’t really feel like I said goodbye to her. It’s funny, that’s what we do on every movie," she said to Collider. "We develop these characters and, a few months later, we never see them again. I guess I’m used to that, so I didn’t really feel it so much, character wise, at the end of Hunger Games. I think it will be pretty bizarre when the movie is finally out and we’ve finished this press tour and everything is officially done. I think that’s going to be a pretty weird feeling, just on a personal level. These movies have been my life for so many years."
We can agree that the movies have been a part of our lives as well and it's going to be so emotional to say goodbye to her character and to see the franchise come to an end!
Watch an Instagram clip of the footprint ceremony in Los Angeles, California, with the whole Mockingjay: Part 2 cast and let us know if you're sad to see the series come to an end in the comments!
The footprint ceremony at @chinesetheatres! #MockingjayPart2 A video posted by The Hunger Games (@thehungergames) on Oct 31, 2015 at 10:52am PDT
The footprint ceremony at @chinesetheatres! #MockingjayPart2
A video posted by The Hunger Games (@thehungergames) on Oct 31, 2015 at 10:52am PDT