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Sam Claflin On 'Mockingjay': 'It's Been Difficult For Me'

'The Quiet Ones' star opens up about shooting the finale to the 'Hunger Games' saga.

Reporting by Josh Horowitz

They say that all good things must come to an end, and the box office busting "The Hunger Games" franchise is no exception.

Sam Claflin, who joined the all-star cast (Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson, Liam Neeson and Elizabeth Banks are nothing to sneeze at) with the second installment, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," is now a learned hand in the world of Panem politics and power struggles.

The cast is busy filming the final two installments of the film, "Mockingjay" parts one and two. Now that the revolution has been sparked, there's no telling what the Girl On Fire and her loyal followers might get into.

Claflin, who also stars in the new horror movie "The Quiet Ones," stopped by MTV News to chat about the top-secret "Mockingjay" filming.

"I'm like bursting at the seams but I'm going to have to keep quiet," he said.

Claflin, who plays the roguish Finnick, has bonded with his castmates and says that "people are realizing that things are coming to an end," so this is their last chance to goof off and crack up their friends on set.

"It's been very tough, especially with the things that we've been shooting recently that are a little more serious," he said.

To find out more, watch the clip above.

"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" flies into theaters November 21.