We’re less than a month away from the release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and the final trailer is giving us a peek at the inside of the jungle arena as Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) have to fight to the death once again.
The trailer may only be one-minute long but it’s filled with brand new footage, including the fog that paralyzes the tribute, the super scary monkeys and the jabberjays that look incredibly traumatizing flying around the arena.
It never fails – once you get sucked into another book trilogy, you wait ever-so patiently for it to be turned into the next big film franchise, topping the box offices while reliving our favorite page-turning moments on the big screen. The latest of this trend is the upcoming book-turned-movie Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, starring Lily Collins.
Following New York City teenager Clary Fray (Lily) as she discovers her long family history of Shadowhunters, she joins forces for this half-angel group to rescue her mother from a dangerous demon. The whole plot has “Box Office Gold” written all over it.
Mortal Instruments joins the long list of book trilogies that have turned into major movie franchises and we’re ranking our top five from the past years! See our top five after the jump!
What’s one way to bond with her fellow co-star? Well, according to Liam Hemsworth, it’s gorging yourselves with White Castle and then throwing it up. This isn’t really one we want to try.
The Aussie star stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote his new thriller Paranoia and explained what American film inspired him to step into the acting world and how he and Josh Hutcherson actually bonded over it.
San Diego was the place to be last weekend with pretty much every major star hitting up 2013 Comic Con. While there were plenty of panels and red carpet interviews going on throughout the entire weekend, there was only one thing us Hunger Games fans have been waiting for – the brand new Catching Fire trailer. And guess what --- we have it!
Let the games begin! The official teaser trailer for Catching Fire was finally shown at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards and we just can’t seem to stop talking about it! And since it’s been the topic of conversation all day long, we obviously have to bring it to you! You’re welcome.