During the 5th inning of Game 4 of the World Series, Lionsgate released the final trailer for the upcoming movie Catching Fire.
There is already 2 full trailers, teaser trailer, and TV spots that have been released by Lionsgate (They can be seen below). In the trailers we’ve seen, the tone for the movie has certainly been expressed and they offer a little look at a twist in the story, but definitely not giving away anything big about it.
List of trailers for the movie:
Full Trailer 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9ccg1zPNOc
Full Trailer 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAzGXqJSDJ8
TV Spot 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uURGmP__kE
TV Spot 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS3L5Bb1pLk
The trailer starts with Katniss (played by Jennifer Lawrence) figuring something out about the games.
From there, we see chariot ride of Peeta (played by Josh Hutcherson) during the pre-games.
Riot of the districts in various districts.
Scenes from the games and the riots occurring in the Districts. The scenes from the games include some baboon looking monsters, a fog, and Katniss screaming 'Prim'.
Katniss and Peeta running towards each other before Peeta tries to comfort her, telling her it's not real.
Peeta/Katniss being attacked by birds. Katniss covering her head from the birds.
The trailer can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoKj7TdJk98&feature=youtu.be
Best line of the trailer is Snow’s voice over Katniss saying, “You fought very hard in the games. Would you like to be in a real war?” granted this line was already used in a trailer but it’s still a great line.
In the trailer, we get a first look at the games. Unlike with the first movie that didn’t offer any scenes until after the movie was released. I expected that to happen again with this movie, but I was pleasantly surprised when we got to see some scenes from the games. It wasn’t much, but it was definitely enough to get me pumped up.
These games are different the first games and you get the sense of urgency in the trailer which is important for this movie. I had been a bit weary about the director change, but after seeing the minute or so of footage, I am starting to feel more comforted with Francis Lawrence’s job with this movie.
What did you think of the final trailer?