The studio will use CGI (Computer-generated imagery) technology to edit the film rather than rewriting the script or hiring a new actor to take Philip Seymour Hoffman's place, reported Us magazine.
The actor was set to reprise his role as Heavensbee in Parts 1 and 2 of 'Mockingjay' and had already completed most of his scenes for Part 1, he still had seven days left to shoot on Part 2.
"These days the technology of using someone's likeness is a whole lot easier to do. I won't say you could generate a Philip Seymour Hoffman with all the acting ability, but you could certainly replicate him for a shot or two," said Rob Legato, veteran special effects supervisor.
The Oscar-winning actor first appeared in 2013's 'Catching Fire'. Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found dead at 46 in his NYC apartment on February 2 from an apparent heroin overdose, will be honoured in a private funeral service.