Watch: Liam Hemsworth & Jennifer Lawrence on the Hovercrafts Behind the Scenes of 'Mockingjay'

MTV has released a new behind the scenes clip from Mockingjay – Part 1.  The clip features Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth talking about on-set hovercraft shenanigains.  You can watch the clip and read the article below.

Oftentimes the greatest moments are captured in those moments between the camera rolling and the director calling “action.” It can be a flirtatious glance, a beautiful expression in an unguarded moment, or, if you’re lucky, Jennifer Lawrence repeatedly tempting fate.

Such was the case on the set of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.” Lawrence, who stars in the franchise as hero Katniss, spends much of “Mockingjay” zooming around Panem in a hovercraft, visiting Districts under assault from the villainous Capitol. In reality, Lawrence and her co-stars were in a hovercraft that was legitimately pretty high off the ground and moving over the movie’s impressive sets. While the stars were all wearing harnesses, Lawrence liked to lean out just enough to make everyone around her really nervous.

In celebration of the home release of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1? — you can download the movie in Digital HD Feb. 17, and the DVD and Blu-ray will be available March 6 — MTV News is sharing the exclusive behind the scenes clip of Lawrence’s on-set hovercraft shenanigans.

Yes, that’s her saying, “If the cable snaps we’ll all die.”

“I’m also great to fly with,” the star remarked in the featurette when asked about her time foretelling doom in the hovercraft.

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1? will be available on Digital HD February 17 and DVD and Blu-ray March 6.

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