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Hunger Games trailer to debut Monday on Good Morning America

Nov. 10, 2011by: Alex Riviello
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Not much more to report than that. Fans that have been clamoring for a full trailer for THE HUNGER GAMES ever since the teaser premiered on the MTV Video Music Awards will get their wish come Monday, November 14th.

Star Josh Hutcherson (who appears as Peeta Mellark in the film) will introduce the trailer for Lions Gate's most expensive film sometime on Good Morning America after 8:00 AM.

Anyone in NYC can check out the trailer playing on the Good Morning America jumbotron in Times Square.

In case you're somehow unaware, the film follows a 16-year old girl named Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) who lives in a futuristic world. Every year the government (known as the Capitol) sends one man and one women to compete in The Hunger Games, a fight-to-the-death competition. Karniss decides to take her sister's place when she's chosen by lottery and has to band together with Peeta (Hutcherson) to survive.

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6:22AM on 11/11/2011
Thanks for the heads up. Looking forward to seeing how this movie adaptation was handled since I read all three of the books. I like the casting, especially Jennifer Lawrence, so hopefully this will turn out well.
Thanks for the heads up. Looking forward to seeing how this movie adaptation was handled since I read all three of the books. I like the casting, especially Jennifer Lawrence, so hopefully this will turn out well.
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1:00AM on 11/11/2011
I am so excited for this!!!
I am so excited for this!!!
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11:04PM on 11/10/2011
Yay for slow news days. This movie really is striving to be the next Harry Potter/Twilight, what with all the announcements about teasers and trailers and photographs that are made a big deal. It will be nice to finally see how the film looks, but I still say the movie will probably suck, as the books really aren't that great (even by young adult literary standards).
Yay for slow news days. This movie really is striving to be the next Harry Potter/Twilight, what with all the announcements about teasers and trailers and photographs that are made a big deal. It will be nice to finally see how the film looks, but I still say the movie will probably suck, as the books really aren't that great (even by young adult literary standards).
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