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Catching Fire Trailer


I don't know why I do this to myself. November? Gah. But I'm pretty sure it's because all I wanted to do when the credits on The Hunger Games rolled was watch Catching Fire. Immediately. 
Oh. And also GALE!

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  1. AAAAHH!! I'm so excited!!

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  2. I avoided clicking on the trailer until now for the very reason you listed, Angie, but I just couldn't resist any longer. Trailer is awesome! Cannot wait. But we'll have to. *cries*

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    1. Hehe. Sorry to push you over the edge, Wendy. It looks SO good. Why is November so far away?

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  3. I got chills watching that!!!

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    1. So did I, Lin! I'm vibrating with excitement.

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  4. Catching Fire was my favorite of the books, so I am crazy-excited for this movie. And I'm so interested in the political stuff they're adding in to explain what's happening beyond Katniss' POV. Eeeeeee!

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    1. It's such a super middle book. I can't wait to see it all play out on the big screen.

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  5. what! I hadn't even known this was out until this very moment. Wow. It looks even better than the first one and more true to the book. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. It reduces me to a puddle of anxiety and excitement. Cannot wait.

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  6. November?! I thought it was going to be released in the summer for some reason. BLERG.

    But anyway, GALE. Interesting that they left Finnick out of the trailer.

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    1. Ugh. Depressing, isn't it?

      Yeah, I was kind of waiting to see the other victors (ESPECIALLY Finnick), but I'm kind of glad they didn't show them so there's more to anticipate.

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  7. It's entirely too long to wait. It looks awesome and I got prouder chills seeing Katniss, Peers and Haymitch in front of the whipping post.

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    1. The whipping post . . . *sob*

      I <3 Haymitch. Seeing the three of them together does make me proud. Mockingjay is likely going to kill me.

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  8. Awesome trailer! I am so in love with it and it's gonna be great! I'm soooo excited. :)

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    1. It is definitely going to be great.

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  9. that was beyond awesome! and we didn't even see the arena. looks a little more gritty and a little more funded. (who wouldn't throw more money to their cash cow?) i was excited for november, but now i can't wait. i had goosebumps.

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    1. I know! It seems like they took stuff just from the first section of the film. Which was smart, I think. I'm still jumpy.

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  10. I can not stop watching this!

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    1. It's addicting. I love Jennifer Lawrence. I'm so glad she's Katniss.

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  11. definitely waiting!! I've heard this is good.

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  12. I'm so excited for this! I really liked the first movie so I think the 2nd one will be just as good.

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