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Jennifer Lawrence Says Goodbye To 'The Hunger Games' One Last Time

If we could do a sad Mockingjay whistle right now, we would.

With reporting by Josh Horowitz

The cast of "The Hunger Games" just wrapped up their whirlwind media tour for "Mockingjay -- Part 2" in New York City on Wednesday night. Real or not real? Real. This was the last "Hunger Games" premiere ever. Real or not real? Sadly, this time, it's real.

MTV News caught up with our beloved trio -- Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth -- at last night's premiere and asked them to say goodbye to "The Hunger Games" one last time. It was a v. emotional night for the Girl on Fire.

"I got a lot of love -- I do! -- for everybody," Lawrence said. "I'm not worried about me, Josh and Liam and Woody because we'll see each other all the time. It was such a perfect group. And the movies were so good. Everything else is a mess."

Meanwhile, Hutcherson has already decided what the trio's next film together should be. "Maybe a dark comedy centered around a thriller that's set inside a Renaissance Faire." Uh-huh. Do tell us more, Peeta.

Hemsworth, however, has a different post-"Mockingjay" project in mind. "Probably porn or something." Now, THAT idea deserves a Mockingjay salute.