Producers of "The Hunger Games" are probably getting tired of all the "Godzilla," "Star Wars" and superhero talk.

So to remind us all that the film adaptation of "Mockingjay," the final Hunger Games book, is coming in six months, Lionsgate has launched a website that's all about giving fans a teasing looking at the next chapter.

There's a Q&A with the filmmakers and lots of interesting nuggets. For example, director Francis Lawrence says Katniss' post-traumatic stress disorder is "ratcheted up" at film's beginning.

They'll be more Effie Trinket, even though the character -- played by Elizabeth Banks -- isn't such a big deal in the book.

There was no need for computers to help finish scenes involving the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, whose death came before he finished filming all his parts. Lawrence says the remaining scenes didn't involve dialogue and were completed by splice together existing footage of Hoffman.

The site also has a cool poster, photos (including Julianne Moore as President Coin) and a page from the script.

The website is at mockingjay.net.

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