The trailer for the final installment in "The Hunger Games" franchise is packed with non-stop action, offering us glimpses of everything from the killer Muttations crawling the Capitol to the final moments of one pivotal character.
Spoilers for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" ahead.
Here are the most heart-pounding, eye-popping, cuckoo-bananas moments from the new trailer.
Katniss visits an imprisoned Snow.
Snow, in exile, in the snow. How fitting.
"Our future starts tomorrow at dawn."
Commander Paylor (Patina Miller) rallies the troops for their march on the Capitol -- the climactic battle scene at the close of the series.
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 76th Hunger Games."
Poor, doomed Finnick (Sam Claflin). We miss you already.
The Capitol's booby traps.
That toxic sludge though.
Finnick and Annie's wedding.
Prim and Katniss dance in a moment of joy at Annie and Finnick's wedding before ish really starts to go down.
"Snow has to pay for what he's done."
We haven't quite gotten a look at that iconic "I kill Snow" line yet, but if this scene is any indication, it's coming, and soon.
Crawling through the tunnels.
Handcuffed Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), soaking wet and on a mission. We'll take it. Plus, this hand-to-heart line: "Our lives were never ours. They belong to Snow and our deaths do too. But if you kill him, Katniss, if you end all of this, all those deaths -- they mean something."
Snow's last supper.
As people elsewhere starve and fight, President Snow raises a glass one last time.
Is this THE explosion?
Sure, this movie is going to be literally explosive, but there's one blast in particular we're dreading. Is this the explosion that takes Prim?
Finnick slays a Muttation.
Oh, and they're ugly.
President Coin's final moments.
She has no idea what's about to happen to her as she steps out on the steps of Snow's mansion.
Katniss and co. walking past their own "wanted" posters.
It's a dangerous time to be the Mockingjay.
A supply drop...or something more ominous.
The rebels of District 13, inspired by the sponsor gifts in the Hunger Games, begin airdropping supplies to the shut-in residents of the Capitol. Of course, this takes a darker turn when they realize they can also use the drops as a trap to massacre Capitol supporters. Is this a helpful drop, or hurtful?
The ground trying to literally swallow Katniss whole.
WELL THIS IS INSANE.
Emaciated, bald Johanna.
She may have been rescued from her hostage situation in the Capitol, but it looks like she never really came back.
Sometimes help comes with a surprising face. In this case, it's Tigris, the surgically altered Capitol furrier who helps hide Katniss and the rebels in her shop.
Katniss and Peeta appear to have made up.
Well, it doesn't look like he wants to murder her...at the moment.
That final, fateful, arrow.
It's an execution, but there's a surprise ending!
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" hits theaters November 20.