Julianne Moore goes gray to play Alma Coin in the new film. Coin is the president of District 13, and the leader of the rebellion.
In what turned out to be his final film role, Philip Seymour Hoffman plays game-maker Plutarch Heavensbee in the Mockingjay films. Heavensbee has joined the rebellion and serves as its commander.
Sam Claflin reprises his role as Finnick Odair, the former Hunger Games victor who is now part of the rebellion.
Jeffrey Wright's Beetee Latier appeared in the early teasers for Mockingjay — Part 1. He's a tech wizard and former Hunger Games victor who uses his skills to help the rebellion.
Woody Harrelson reprises his role as the troubled victor and mentor Haymitch Abernathy. He'll help Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) as she becomes an icon for the rebellion.
Looks like Effie Trinket is still trying to add a little of her own famous style to the drab District 13 outfits. Elizabeth Banks returns to play the former Capital citizen in Mockingjay.
Wes Chatham plays Castor, the cameraman who films Katniss for her District 13 videos. He's originally from the Capitol.
Boggs, played by Mahershala Ali, starts out as President Coin's right hand man, but eventually comes to Katniss' aid and protects her.
Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer takes on the role of Cressida, a director who joins the rebellion with her camera crew, Castor and Pollux. She follows Katniss around to film the promotional videos.
Messalla is Cressida's assistant. Evan Ross plays the character, who was also originally from the Capitol but has joined the rebels.
Pollux is a camera man working for the rebels. Pollux, played by Elden Henson, is an Avox (a rebel who the Capitol captured and punished by cutting out his tongue, rendering him mute).
Gale, played by Liam Hemsworth, sports a very different look from his drab District 12 outfits. Katniss' childhood friend has joined the Rebels and uses his archery skills to fight the Capitol.
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