At this point, does it even matter what scenes they put into the trailer for Mockingjay? I mean, we all know that we’re going to see it and we’re probably going to love it, right? They could probably release this film without doing a bit of advertising and it would still make box office history.
But what fun would that be?
Here’s the latest teaser f0r Mockingjay! It’s interesting to note that, along with the expected emphasis on Jennifer Lawrence, the trailer really is dominated by Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Lee Brown Coye was born in Syracuse, New York and, with the exception of one night class that he took when he was a young man, was a totally self-taught artist. Though Coye was best known for his horror and fantasy-related illustrations, he was also a painter, a photographer, a sculptor, and muralist. Coye’s work can be found in many collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Everson Museum in Syracuse, and the Picker Art Gallery at Colgate University.
A small sampling of his horror-related work can be found below.
It hasn’t been received as well as Jackson’s own The Lord of The Rings trilogy, but The Hobbit did hit it’s stride with 2013’s The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. People still haven’t bought into Jackson’s decision to film the prequel trilogy in the 48-frame rate format which gives the films an ultra-definition look that anyone with an HDTV will recognize when watching with the anti-judder effect on.
Yet, this is The Hobbit and any flaws and ill-timed decisions made still hasn’t diminished it’s hold on those who have read the book and on those who were pulled into the cinematic world adapted by Jackson. We now see the final film in the Middle-Earth cinematic universe about to come down on audiences this 2014 Holiday. This weekend at the Comic-Con saw the first teaser trailer air at Hall H to the delight of those in attendance.
Warner Brothers has seen fit to release a shorter version of the teaser shown at Hall H, but it still shows that all the set-up and slog through the first film will have an epic pay-off with the final leg of this trilogy: The Battle of the Five Armies.