Monday, August 29, 2011

The Hunger Games teaser-trailer aired last night on the MTV VMA's

For those of you who have no idea what I'm talking about, don't worry, I didn't watch the Video Music Awards last night either. But hopefully you heard that the very first official Hunger Games trailer for the movie releasing next spring was aired live on MTV last night! Though there wasn't much, it was enough to get me pretty stoked. And I like how they did Katniss. For some reason, the incident where the actress that played Victoria from New Moon was replaced in Eclipse came up in my head, and all I kept thinking was that Victoria #1 looked fierce and cat-like (perfect fit from the book) while Victoria #2 just looked frightened and innocent the whole time. I was nearly expecting that for Katniss, because there's just so many ways they can screw up this movie. But I think they picked a good actress. Goodness, I like to blab, don't I? You probably didn't even read this! I can't wait for more of this movie. Well, here's what you clicked the link for:

1 comment:

  1. I felt the same way about the Victoria's. Although, I think they got pretty close as far as looks go. I wasn't a huge fan of the "trailer" they showed. It told you nothing about HG. If you didn't already know what the story was about, the trailer did nothing to interest you.
    Happy reading,
    Book Sniffers Anonymous


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