It’s finally here – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire trailer. Liam Hemsworth, who plays Gale Hawthorne, took to the stage at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards to introduce two and half minutes of the first ever seen footage of Catching Fire.
What did you think? Give us your reaction in the comments below.
No fooling this time – MTV has just announced that they will be premiering the exclusive first look at the Catching Fire teaser trailer during the MTV Movie Awards, airing April 14, 9:00 pm Eastern / 8:00 Central.
And apparently it’s not just any old trailer, but two and a half minutes of “not-to-miss” footage from The Hunger Games sequel.
MTV also posted a video where we can catch the first glimpses of the film!
MTV TO EXCLUSIVELY WORLD PREMIERE
THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED TEASER TRAILER
FOR LIONSGATE’S “THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE”
DURING THE “2013 MTV MOVIE AWARDS” LIVE
SUNDAY, APRIL 14 AT 9:00 P.M. ET/PT
Film’s Star Liam Hemsworth Will Introduce 2 ½ Minutes of Not-to-Miss Footage
Entertainment Weekly has come out with this exclusive preview of the extras that will be available on ‘The Hunger Games‘ DVD and Blu-ray. The video details the 3-hour behind-the-scenes experience that features exclusive interviews discussing casting, training, filming and much more!
Take a break from speculating over Johanna and Finnick casting, and treat yourself to this exclusive trailer for the behind-the-scenes extras on The Hunger Games Blu-ray and DVD, out August 18.
Listen to Josh Hutcherson talk about “powerful” Jennifer Lawrence, and get the inside scoop on the training the Tribute actors had to go through to make the arena fighting realistic.
If you weren’t excited for the DVD release before, I bet you are now!
There have many actresses considered by fans for the role of the intense Johanna Mason in ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire‘. Among them is ‘Glee’ star Dianna Agron, who Clevver TV considers for the potential casting in this episode. Check out the video above!
Starring: Christian Von Krause, Jenny Orellana-Giron, Emeka Agada, Brandi Shink, and Nathaniel Voll Directed, Edited, and Filmed by: Joshua Chislett Written By: Christian Von Krause and Joshua Chislett
Set 51 years before Katniss Everdeen stepped foot in the arena was Cirrus Quell, the 17 year old District 7 volunteer for the 23rd Annual Hunger Games. The real reason why the Quarter Quell was created.
As requested by Avalin, one of our blog readers – here are the snapshots of the fan-made teaser trailer for the Cirrus Quell: A Hunger Games Story.
It’s the news that Hunger Games fans have been waiting for. The Hunger Games movie will be released on Bluray and DVD in the U.S at one minute past midnight as the clock ticks over to August 18th. A digital download will also be available on the same day.
For those of you counting, that’s 12 weeks from now. If you can’t wait you can pre-order your DVD/Bluray copy from Friday.
“The motion picture event of the year is poised to become the home entertainment event of the year,” Lionsgate’s VP of Home Entertainment Ron Schwartz told EW. “With a midnight launch and midnight retail events scheduled at stores around the country, we expect to replicate the same level of consumer excitement generated by the film’s theatrical debut.”
EW has revealed that The Hunger Games release will be a two-disc set and will include three hours of bonus material.
Apparently we’ll get to see an eight-part documentary about the making of the movie, interviews with the cast and crew. There will also be a feature on changes that were made from the book and The Capitol propaganda film that was shown at the Reaping in District 12 will also be in there.
Watch the trailer for the DVD right here!
So will you buying your very own copy? Of course, we can’t wait!
The fan favorite to play Finnick Odair in Catching Fire was once resoundingly Alex Pettyfer, but it seems times have changed and so have the legions of Hunger Games fans. Now the huge buzz is building for Glee actor Grant Gustin to take on the role in The Hunger Games sequel.
Our friend Kaleb Nation decided to put the question out there, to see just what fans are thinking when it comes to one of the most anticipated casting decisions of the year for his 60 Second Rant.
So what do you think? Could he REALLY play Finnick? Let us know in the comments below.