Final 'Hunger Games' to be screened on Nov 20

The blockbuster science-fiction series The Hunger Games will soon reveal its final part in China this coming Friday.

It's director Francis Lawrence has recently promoted the final installment in Beijing.

"I think this is the biggest, probably the most epic, emotional and thrilling of the series. It's also the end, each of the movies, up until now has been a cliff hanger…. In this one, we finally get to see the history of the characters, their journeys, everything, all the ideas and themes we've been exploring finally all come together."

In 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 2', Katniss Everdeen played by Jennifer Lawrence, will leave District 13, and team up with her friends, Peeta and Gale, as they aim to liberate the citizens of a war-torn Panem.

Josh Hutcherson continues his role as Peeta Mellark and Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne. In addition, there are some new actors who will be in the finale, as film producer Nina Jacobson explains:

"Some of our actors; they pursue the role, somebody like Julianne Moore wanted to play President Alma Coin. We had actors to chase down and who we thought someone like Natalie Dormer would be perfect president. And then we've had actors and we had to convince sometimes, like Woody Harrelson didn't know the books at first. We had to have him talk to his daughter to find out that he wanted to do it."

Based on The Hunger Games novels by the American author Suzanne Collins, 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1' in 2014 pulled in over 100 million yuan, or some 15.7 million US dollars, in the first three days of its release in China.