'Hunger Games' team pays tribute to Paris attack victims
Stars of "The Hunger Games" paid tribute to Paris terror attacks victims at the US premiere of "Mockingjay, Part 2".
Los Angeles: Stars of "The Hunger Games" paid tribute to Paris terror attacks victims at the US premiere of "Mockingjay, Part 2".
The whole cast, including Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Banks and Woody Harrelson wore Mockingjay ribbons adorned with the French flag as a tribute to the those killed in Friday's attacks, reported Variety. "Our hearts are with you France where we have so many amazing fans," Banks tweeted.
"I'd like to note the horrific events that occurred three days ago in Paris. We want to express our sympathy to the brave people of Paris. We stand with them tonight," said Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer.
The film, whose many scenes were shot in Paris, had its Parisian premiere on November 9.
Following the attacks, the stars of the hit franchise had also called off all media interviews for the LA event.