LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Monday night’s premiere of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” was visually stunning, but the event itself was far more subdued in the wake of the deadly Paris attacks.

A portion of the film had been taped in Paris, where at least 132 people lost their lives after Friday’s terrorist attacks.

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Because of the events in Paris, Lionsgate announced that stars would not conduct interviews at the premiere out of respect for the victims.

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As a result, the press line at the plaza of L.A. LIVE was restricted to a relatively small group of photographers.

“With everything that’s going on in Paris, it’s kinda sad,” said Kenia Mendoza, a movie fan. “And everything around the world, it’s really sad and we should all honor it.”

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“Hunger Games” opens in theaters Friday.