The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One Trailers! *UPDATE*

This post will surely be ridiculously long by the time I’m finished with it… The first actual Teaser Trailer has been released that isn’t a faux propaganda piece from The Capitol. The marketing guys for this movie are smart, very smart.

First Teaser Trailer – 28/07/2014

Second Faux Propaganda Trailer – 10/07/14

The second trailer for the next installment of The Hunger Games movie saga has been released. These are so simple but effective and they’re getting me really excited for the movie. Props to the PR and Marketing guys behind these, using Panem propaganda is amazing, and this broadcast is interrupted by District 13 – LOVE it!

Original Post and First Trailer Below:

It’s HERE!!! Squeee! I’m so excited for this!! The Teaser Trailer is in the style of a Capitol production! And yes, I had so many problems with the third book – I’ll keep this non-spoilery – but really Suzanne, what were you thinking?? No more words though, enjoy 😉

Are you looking forward to Mockingjay Part One? Did you like the third book or did you have issues with some of the plotline??

Advertisements

About Rachel

Avid reader & book blogger. Lover of Business. A fan of drinks & dancing. Ever optimistic. Feminist.

12 Responses

  1. Oh jeez, I seriously teared up when I saw Peeta. 😦 I really like Mockingjay, and I’m looking forward to some extra Peeta scenes (missing from the book, but there is such a HUGE opportunity for the film), even though they’ll probably KILL me. It’s hard to keep this comment vague and non-spoilery, but I tried. 😉

    Like

  2. It certainly wasn’t the best of the trio, but i liked it rather a lot. Except for that pesky epilogue. I liked it when the people who made it back to 12 got back and were… less than happy… I wanted it to end there. It seemed right. I hate a forced everything-resolved ending.
    The films are nothing on the books (and never can be; there is so much detail they just can’t include), but i enjoy them well enough and am looking forward to this one.

    Like

  3. Rachael at The End of the Chapter

    Okay. A movie trend that I’m getting tired of: movie adaptations of book series in which the final book is split into two movies. This is nothing more than a scheme to make more money off of material that wasn’t even originally the movie-maker’s to begin with, and I’m tired of it. You managed to get the other books down to one movie; why is the final book any different?

    Also, as a friend of mine pointed out. This trend was probably started by Harry Potter. However, Harry Potter had to be split up or else they wouldn’t have been able to fit as much as they did into the movies. So, I just saw that Mockingjay is being split into two movies, and it was barely over 300 pages. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was over 700 pages…not seeing the logic here movie industry!

    Sorry to rant. I am still excited for the movie, and I will still watch it, but I just can’t get over them splitting it up.

    Like

      1. Rachael at The End of the Chapter

        No, I’ve noticed it too. Hollywood has gotten to where there aren’t any original ideas anymore. From a financial perspective, it does make sense to adapt books into movies because many popular books (especially young adult books) come with a built in audience that practically guarantees some kind of monetary gain. However, I don’t think Hollywood writers take into account that a book audience is different from a movie audience, and if they so much as screw up one little detail, that book audience will shun the movies like they were the plague. I guess I just wish Hollywood would understand that not everyone watches WANTS books to be adapted into movies if it’s not going to be done well. Also, you are already making enough money off this idea, why do you feel the need to attempt to make more by falsely lengthening the story like that? Another thing, I’m worried this trend of young adult books getting made into movies will negatively affect the author community in that more authors will just be out to make a buck and hope their story gets turned into a movie without actually caring about the story. Don’t get me wrong, I love it when they do a good job on an adaptation, but that just doesn’t happen as often as I would like.

        Like

Leave a comment, and start a conversation!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s