The Hunger Games's premiere volunteers as tribute out of respect for Paris victims
Film distributer Lionsgate had partnered with MTV to bring a live stream from the red carpet at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles tonight.
But organisers have now revealed that they have cancelled many of their plans out of respect for those who lost their lives in Paris.
In particular organisers have announced that interviews will not be conducted with cast members, including lead actress Jennifer Lawrence.
The cast won't partake in interviews (FilmMagic)
A statement by Lionsgate read: "Out of respect for the very recent events in Paris, we have decided to modify our red carpet and we will not conduct interviews at Monday’s ’Mockingjay 2′ premiere.
"We will proceed with the rest of the event as planned in honor of the incredible fans who have always supported our films with such passion."
A portion of the franchise's final installment was filmed in Paris, the spot where at least 129 people lost their lives on Friday.
Jennifer will be one of the stars in attendance (Rex)
The movie is currently set for a New York premiere on Wednesday but it's unknown whether that event will also be scaled back.
In light of the events in Paris, the French premiere of Tom Hardy' s film Legend has been cancelled as well.
The Legend premiere has also been cancelled (Getty)
A statement about the decision read: "Following the tragic events of this weekend, we decided to cancel the premiere of the movie.
"Legend which was scheduled tomorrow, Tuesday, at the Olympia. We thank you for your understanding.”