Finally, A New The Hunger Games Trailer Is Here

You'll get chills.

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A new trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is finally here.

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The previous trailer—released in May—was the ultimate tease, featuring just a burning mockingjay pendant. This sneak peek shows President Snow addressing the citizens of Panem in a propaganda-filled speech, with none other than the newly captured and brainwashed Peeta by his side. Entitled Together as One, the video captures the extreme creepiness and evil of the Capitol's president, who says, "Since the dark days our great nation has known only peace." Yeah, right.

The only bad news about this video is there's no Jennifer Lawrence present—but we'll just hope for a follow-up trailer featuring our June cover star ASAP. Watch below:

The two-part adaptation of Suzanne Collins' final The Hunger Games novel will premiere with Part 1 opening November 21. Part 2 is scheduled for release on November 20, 2015. Catching Fire director Francis Lawrence is returning for the final two installments.

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