It’s here!

I don’t consider myself to be a particularly emotional person, but the just-released official The Hunger Games trailer nearly had me teary…

Honestly. It’s everything I’d hoped for and then some. Based on its trailer, I have 100% confidence that this movie is going to be amazing. March 23, 2012 cannot get here quick enough!

So, what do you think of The Hunger Games trailer? 

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32 responses to “It’s here!

  1. It’s beyond amazing! I’m thrilled that they’ve apparently done such an awesome job. I had confidence in them, but you still get nervous, you know? I can’t wait for March to get here 🙂

    • I felt pretty confident after the Entertainment Weekly article about the movie that was published a few months ago, but this… THIS is such a relief. Cannot wait to see this movie!

  2. I loved it! Love, love, love. I can’t even talk about it coherently. All I know is I’ve watched it a handful of times already and cannot WAIT for March. <333

  3. I can’t even. I just… I’ve watched it like ten times already and I’ve teared up with every single view. Seriously, beyond awesome.

  4. Wow! It looks great! I love when she steps up in her sister’s place.

  5. I have been living under a rock and that was my first glimpse–wow! I had a lot of doubts, about casting and other elements, and that trailer shut them up.

    • Yep. My doubts were mostly relieved after the EW article from a few months ago, but this trailer… not only is it a huge relief, but it increases my excitement about the movie X100!

  6. Me too! You’re totally not alone. I can’t wait to see it. 🙂

    • Yay! I’ll be hitting up the midnight showing for sure. (And, assuming the movie lives up to the awesomeness of the trailer, I’ll probably end up seeing it a few more times!)

  7. ZOOOOOOMG. Totally GAVE ME CHILLS. It looks like they did such an awesome job with it. GAH!

  8. I watched it this morning, and just again now! And I totally got chills up and down my arms. From what I see, it’s spot on – seriously, March can’t get here soon enough! It’s going to be crazy.
    And to even think about how Suzanne Collins must feel – I’d bet it’s all just so surreal. I’d love to be in those shoes…

  9. I LOVE IT. I can’t wait. I’ve watched it like five times already on a few different blogs and I get chills EVERY SINGLE TIME.

    Hurry up, March!

  10. There are no words. Like, really no words. My heart is in my throat right now.

    March needs to hurry up and freaking get here.

  11. March 23 seems way too far off!! The trailer looks amazing. I got a lump in my throat. My extremely literal daughter is already picking apart the characters, though, and telling me who she thinks does not look the part as she pictured it. She’s a little too serious about her book-to-movie translations!

    • I’m serious about book-to-movie translations too, and I was concerned about the casting initially, but this trailer cements my complete faith in the HG production team. So GOOD!

  12. I LOVE IT. It made me cry. It keeps making me cry. It’s perfect.

  13. I love it too. Counting down here!

  14. Will you kill me if I tell you I never read past book 1? Ugh, I know. I’m nutters. But I’ve been busy…

    ha! The movie does look like it’ll be just as intense as the book.

    • Carol! You MUST read on! I know you’re crazy-busy, but please-please-please add the second and third books to your To-Read list. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. 🙂

      • I know! I need to. I’m a stinkhead. But you’ll see. When you keep getting ARCs, it makes it hard to go on with sequels and books that have come out awhile back! I promise I will though, when things settle down. We own the books. Just haven’t made time because I’m a poop.

        • Maybe take them on your flight to Haiti? (As if you won’t already have enough to drag along with you!) Ugh… and my To-Read piles are so out of control already, they’re toppling! What’s a girl to do? 🙂

  15. I loved the book trailer, too. The Hunger Games trilogy is my second all-time favorite. The Good Earth is my favorite. One day it dawned on me that both of my favorites deal with hunger. Strange, huh? I think the basic theme is survival. I can’t wait to see the movie.