Back in June this year we heard how The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 had wrapped filming, despite the fact it's not due in theaters until next year. However, now it seems that's not quite the case after all.
To promote the imminent release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, director Francis Lawrence (who also helmed Part 2) had a chat with MTV's Josh Horowitz about the final scene of the final film.
Much to everyone's surprise, Lawrence revealed he hadn't in fact filmed the crucial final scene to the franchise, explaining:
I don’t because honestly we haven’t shot it yet. It’s the one thing we haven’t shot.
It seems the unseasonable cold spring in the film's Atlanta location prevented Lawrence from capturing the final scene as he wanted it. With this in mind, the Hunger Games gang are planning a get together to add the finishing touches. Lawrence continued:
We’re going to have a reunion, a little ‘Mockingjay’ reunion.
Lawrence didn't reveal what the final scene would actually look like, or who would be featured in it, but MTV claim he wanted it to have a 'Springy' feel.
Will you be seeing The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 on opening weekend?