New 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2' Poster Portends President Snow's Doom

Lionsgate recently released a series of new posters for its upcoming "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2" spelling the downfall of President Snow.

A series of new posters on "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2" website have given audiences a chilling look at President Snow's future when the last part of the Suzanne Collins dystopian trilogy hits theaters on Nov. 20 this year.

In the first part of the "Mockingjay Part 1," Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and the rest of the rebels successfully rescued their captive friends from the Capitol, and while Johanna Mason (Jena Malone) and Finnick Odair's (Sam Claflin) fiancée, Annie Cresta (Stef Dawson) are extracted none the worse for wear, Peeta Mellarck (Josh Hutcherson) is physically emaciated and has been psychologically programmed to hate Katniss.

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Readers of Collins' trilogy and fans of the movie franchise will know the second part of the film to be Katniss' and the rebels' final stand against President Snow (Keifer Sutherland) and the Capitol.

One poster features an imperial-looking President Snow seated in his presidential chair flanked by a waifish-looking Peeta Mellark and an elegantly-dressed Johanna Mason in a stark white collage.

The next poster features President Snow, still seated, but cracked diagonally and broken into pieces like a clay statue, his head on the ground at his severed feet. On the wall above him, the symbol for the Mockingjay has been painted using what appears to be blood, and in its beak it carries an arrow that has seemingly cut Snow's head off from the rest of his body.

Based on the books, Katniss will be leading her team of rebel soldiers into the Capitol and navigate booby trapped streets and avenues, defend themselves against hordes of Capitol soldiers, and other vicious creatures to liberate the Districts.

According to director Francis Lawrence, the final film will take the characters away from District 13 and into the Capitol and other districts, which have rapidly turned into a battleground, Cinemablend writes.

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