In 2012, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, and more brought the works of Suzanne Collin's beloved books to the silver screen. While it's only been a few years since we saw the first installment of The Hunger Games franchise in theaters, it feels like we've known this cast for a lifetime.
Last night was the world premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 and the cast and crew gathered to start saying goodbye to the characters they played. Because it feels like so much time has passed, we wanted to see what the cast looked like from their first Hunger Games premiere to the final one last night. As it turns out, not much has changed except for maybe a few million more in each of their bank accounts.
Four Hunger Games movies and one Oscar win later, Jennifer Lawrence absolutely nailed this red carpet look.
Looking bit more weathered than his first stint as Peeta, Josh Hutcherson is still as handsome as ever.
The biggest difference between Liam's premiere last night and his first Hunger Games red carpet was that he didn't have ex-fiancée Miley Cyrus on his arm. But being as gorgeous as he is, I don't think he's lacking in the romance department.
Elizabeth Banks looks like a beautifully toned down Effie Trinket in her long floral pattered gown.
A new suit and a bit more facial hair, but Stanley Tucci has looked pretty much ageless for as long as as I can remember.
With the white rose on his jacket pocket, Donald Sutherland has never looked more like President Snow than at last night's premiere. Do you think it smells like blood?
Probably the biggest difference in appearance is Willow Shields, otherwise known as Prim. Of course she was very pretty before, but last night she looked absolutely stunning!
It's been a wild ride and it's hard to believe we're already at the end. No matter their red carpet looks, I think we can all agree that this gang always looks great, but they look their best when they're having fun with each other.
The last film in the franchise, 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2' will premiere in theaters starting November 20, 2015.