‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ review: The film that changed the genre

The latest installment in the “Hunger Games” trilogy stars Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence and newcomer Josh Hutcherson as Katniss Everdeen and the film is being released in more than 150 countries.

The film was released on March 13 and is rated PG-13.

The first film was the highest grossing movie of all time at $1.4 billion and was followed by “The Hunger Game” series two, which made $1 billion.

The latest entry in the trilogy, which has sold more than 4.4 million copies worldwide, stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutchersons Oscar winning “Hunters” franchise, and Matthew McConaughey as the lead role.

The film stars Jennifer Garner, Michelle Monaghan, John Boyega, Liam Hemsworth, Mandy Patinkin, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Pena, Oscar Isaac, Marion Cotillard, and Oscar Isaac as well as Oscar winner Idris Elba.

It also stars Jennifer Jason Leigh, Liam Neeson, Liam Cunningham, and Tom Wilkinson.

“The Hunger Girls” stars Mandy Patterson, Christina Applegate, Ashley Judd, Olivia Munn, and Ashley Tisdale as well.

The movie was directed by Quentin Tarantino and features Oscar-winning cinematographer Michael Fassbender.

The latest installment of the “Mockingjay” franchise was released in December.