First Hunger Games: Catching Fire Footage, Full Trailer Set For MTV Premiere – UPDATED

UPDATE: You can find my original post below but here, as predicted, is a YouTube version of the clip in question.

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And now, the original post…

I can’t see this teaser for the teaser for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire because I’m not at home and so I can’t convince the internet I’m in America with trickery and misdirection. I shalll keep looking for a better embed in any case. Like all other videos, this is bound to find its way to Youtube soon, I’m sure.

MTV are using this clip to promote their Movie Awards, where the full teaser is going to premiere… shortly before hitting YouTube. See above.

I’m very curious about how much Francis Lawrence will be aping Gary Ross’ style from the first film.


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