Trailer Break: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014)

Happy Thursday, all! The latest trailer to make a splash on the Internet is for the next Hunger Games installment, Mockingjay Part 1 (2014), its U.S. premiere only two months away! We’ve seen multiple teasers, but we’re finally getting a a little more footage in this latest trailer.

While I’m excited for this next HG movie, I can’t help but be a bit skeptical about this film just because it’s dividing one book into two movies. As we’ve all seen before, usually the Part 1 movie is dull because it’s lacks the excitement, action, and climax of the story. Part 1 films exist as the “calm before the storm,” so to say. Regardless of what may be the stereotype, the latest trailer boasts an action-packed movie filled with excitement.

Check it out and decide for yourself:


“Miss Everdeen, it’s the things we love most that destroy us.”

Definitely get chills when I hear that line! I’m glad to see they’re adding some action to this movie. I’m expecting more drama from this film, because the major action scenes come primarily in the second half of the book.

In addition to a new trailer, there are some great official posters floating around recently. You can find the rest of them at Rotten Tomatoes.









Images found via Google Images.

It’s your turn. What do you think of the latest trailer of Mockingjay Part 1? Are you planning to see it in theaters come November? Please join the discussion below, because I would love to know your thoughts.

11 thoughts on “Trailer Break: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014)

  1. Really looking forward to this one. I have to say, though, I’m a bit wary because they divided the film into two chapters and the book was pretty boring to begin with. However, the trailer makes it look pretty exciting and action-packed, so there’s hope. Donald Sutherland is terrifying!

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    • Haha, I know! Yeah, it didn’t appear in the books . . . it seems like they’re going to probably add a little more to this movie than what was in the book (such as more Effie, I’ve read), and I think it’s probably a good thing just because otherwise I imagine we’ll have the same issue with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 – long, boring, and no conclusion. Thanks for stopping by, Jenn!


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