Jennifer Lawrence, Hunger Games

Jennifer Lawrence, Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2

Hollywood rare action heroine, Jennifer Lawrence the last stands of Hunger Games Mockingjay part2 farewell finale.

LOS ANGELES, USA – Jennifer Lawrence is bidding farewell to The Hunger Games, the wildly popular fantasy franchise that made her a megastar and rare Hollywood action heroine.

Lawrence is back as bow-and-arrow badass Katniss Everdeen, leading her rebels deeper into the fight against injustice in their dystopian world in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2, opening around the globe November 18-20. (WATCH: First trailer of ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2′)

But the movie marks the final chapter in the hugely successful saga that saw Lawrence – at 25 already an Oscar winner and the world’s highest-paid actress – catapulted to fame.

“I think it will be pretty bizarre when the movie is finally out and… everything is officially done,” Lawrence told reporters in Los Angeles Saturday during a press preview.

“This movie has been my life for so many years.”

The series, adapted from the teen novels of Suzanne Collins, tells the story of Katniss’ battle to survive in a reality TV-style life-and-death game in a post-apocalyptic future state.

In last year’s The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 she not only battled for her life, but became the symbol of a revolution.

In the finale, she tries to lead the rebellion against the totalitarian government of District 13.

“I didn’t really feel that I said goodbye to her,” Lawrence noted of Katniss.

In the final installment, Katniss must cope with the emotional instability of her lovelorn admirer Peeta, played by Josh Hutcherson, while still enjoying the support of the other man in her life, best friend Gale (Liam Hemsworth). (‘Mockingjay: Part 1’ Review: The revolution will be televised)

‘Entire world changes’

Lawrence said it took her a while to adapt to her new life in the spotlight amid the massive Hunger Games success – and the pressure that accompanied it.

“There were a few years of getting used to it, your entire world changes,” she said.

Fans the world over have embraced the Hunger Games since the first film came out in 2012, with the franchise passing the billion dollar mark at the box office.