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'Mockingjay - Part 2' Premiere Gives Fans A Three-Fingered Salute

Check out the stunning cast at the film's L.A. premiere Monday (Nov. 16) night.

Though the premiere was rather subdued in light of the recent attacks in Paris -- a city where a portion of filming was done for the final "Hunger Games" installment -- the "Mockingjay - Part 2" U.S. premiere in Los Angeles, California was still a star-studded event, giving tributes a farewell three-fingered salute after years of tireless fanfare.

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Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and the full "Mockingjay" gang came out for one last mission with boots (in some cases, heels) on the ground. Feast your eyes on the pics.

  1. Jennifer Lawrence - Katniss Everdeen
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  2. Josh Hutcherson - Peeta Mellark
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  3. Liam Hemsworth - Gale Hawthorne
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  4. Willow Shields - Primrose Everdeen
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  5. Sam Claflin - Finnick Odair
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  6. Jena Malone - Johanna Mason
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  7. Elizabeth Banks - Effie Trinket
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  8. Woody Harrelson - Haymitch Abernathy
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  9. Donald Sutherland - President Coriolanus Snow
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  10. Natalie Dormer - Cressida
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  11. Jeffrey Wright - Beetee
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  12. Suzanne Collins - "Hunger Games" Author
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  13. Francis Lawrence - "Mockingjay - Part 2" Director
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  14. Meta Golding - Enobaria
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  15. Eugenie Bondurant - Tigris
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  16. Stef Dawson - Annie Cresta
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  17. Wes Chatham - Castor
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  18. Elden Henson - Pollux
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  19. Nelson Ascensio - Flavius
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  20. Patina Miller - Commander Paylor
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  21. Erika Bierman - Snow's Granddaughter
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  22. Omid Abtahi - Homes
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  23. Evan Ross - Messalla
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  24. Misty and Kim Ormiston - Leeg #1 and #2
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  25. Amandla Stenberg - Rue
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While at the premiere the cast, filmmakers and studio execs paid tribute to the victims of Friday (Nov. 13)'s vicious attacks on Paris, which claimed the lives of 129 people, by wearing tri-color ribbons of red, white and blue.

"We stand with them tonight," Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer told the crowd. "We want to express our solidarity for the brave people of Paris and share our sympathy in grieving."