After much teasing from MTV, the first ever “The Hunger Games” teaser trailer made its debut on MTV VMA 2011 on August 29 SGT. In case you had missed it (or if you just want to re-watch it again), Lionsgate has uploaded it on YouTube so check out the video in full HD after the jump!
What do you think of it? Please remember this is only a teaser trailer and its job is to well, to tease people. Now that teaser trailer is released, the countdown for full trailer begins. When do you think the full trailer will be released?
Andrew Sims over at hypable.com has a theory about how “The Hunger Games” full trailer might be attached to “Abduction”, which features Twilight star Taylor Lautner will be released in US on September 23, 2011 and in Singapore on September 22, 2011. Considering Gary Ross has confirmed they are aiming for a PG-13 rating for “The Hunger Games” movie in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, “The Hunger Games” will be targeting at the same age demographics as “Twilight” because this is the market that made “The Hunger Games” trilogy the success it is now. Of course, this is all guessing games and rumors for now until we hear an official word from Lionsgate.
Meanwhile, Hollywood Crush has compiled a ‘Hunger Games’ Trailer: 5 Must-See Scenes:
1. The Reaping
Sure, it’s not the most exciting or sexiest moment of Suzanne Collins’ trilogy (and we’ve already gotten a small taste thanks to that production still featuring Liam Hemsworth), but there’s no denying this pivotal moment sets the stage for everything that follows. Context. Context. Context.
Do check out the article at Hollywood Crush to see what’s their next 4 must-see scenes and their explanations for it!
Last but not least, did you catch Rue’s four note whistle at the end of the teaser trailer above? It sounds so hauntingly beautiful doesn’t it? Would you like to have it? Lionsgate has included the six seconds audio “Mockingjay Call” for free download on Facebook here. It’s perfect as a SMS ring tone!
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