Several sets of arms would embrace me. But in the end, the only person I truly want to comfort me is Haymitch, because he loves Peeta, too. I reach out for him and say something like his name and he’s there, holding me and patting my back. “It’s okay. It’ll be okay, sweetheart.”
Mockingjay: Parts + The beginning and the end.
"Auryn" - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Trailer Music.
I love this clip. It’s just a split second but shows more than we think. Watch Peeta. Then watch Caesar.
There’s such posturing going on between the two of them. If this were a western, they would be facing each other with their fingers twitching over the gun in their holsters at this point.
Caesar’s actions and stance come across with an air of almost gloating. And Peeta’s actions and stance scream defiance. Even in the precarious situation he knows he’s in, he’s doing what he can to rebel.
Which means that at this point, our Peeta is still there. He hasn’t yet disappeared behind the haze of tracker jacker venom.
— Mockingjay, p27
(On shaving her head for Mockingjay Part 1) I had kind of reconciled myself to it by the time I sat in the trailer and they got the razor out. [The cut] opens you up to exploring more kind of punky, funky looks on the red carpet or at events. But I was actually quite surprised at Comic-Con—there’s a lot of lopsidedness going on. Girls are doing the lopsided thing, very tight…down one side so it almost looks like they’re shaved. That seems to be en vogue and I seem to be ahead of the curve. I don’t know if the Katniss Everdeen thing is catching on as well, but a lot of girls are wearing plaits to one side. - Natalie Dormer