Hunger Games fan sites joined up with Movies.com to share what they want to see in any clips that might be release for The Hunger Games before the film hits theaters in a month.
Lindsay of HG Girl on Fire
The movie business has changed with the growth of the internet. It feels like you see an entire movie in clips and previews before you step foot in the theater. I have absolutely loved that we have not seen more than a few seconds of scenes in the arena, and those are only the moments at the very start of our characters’ journey inside the arena. My hopes for any upcoming clips are not for what we get to see, but what I hope they don’t show. I’m hoping upon hope that no more of the arena footage is revealed. I want to see it all brand new in the theater and experience the devastation of those scenes (the cave, Rue, the Cornucopia) without having been spoiled with bits and pieces of them beforehand. If I must provide something I do hope to see in clips, it might be a glimpse of the Hob, or perhaps more of the train ride to the Capitol showing some of the tension between Katniss and Peeta.
Melanie of HungerGamesMovie.org
I am hoping to see a cave scene clip with Katniss and Peeta, and not because there is some steamy lip action. Admittedly, I do want to bear witness to that, however, I am truly looking forward to seeing how Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson portray their characters’ chemistry for each other. How Lawrence will show Katniss expressing her ‘love’ to the naive Peeta, while also convincing us, the audience, it is an act for the Capitol, will be a testament to her acting ability. Actually, I hope to not see any kissing scenes prior to it being on the big screen, as there is more behind the kiss than girl likes boy. I am hoping, in any scenes shown, that the camera action will be smooth and not jerky. Yes, I do want to feel like I am with Katniss in the woods, but I do not enjoy feeling like I am on a ship in the middle of an ocean being tossed about. Either way, being able to see more scenes from the film gives us more clues on the quality of work put out by those in front of and behind the camera.
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