It will come as no surprise that the movies I want to see in 2012 are all science fiction or fantasy. What can I say, I am that kind of girl. I’m sure there are other movies coming out, but the ones below are the ones I can’t stop watching and waiting for. Movies are listed in order of their release date.
These books by Suzanne Collins are amazingly addicting. They may be young adult, but I’ve seen anyone and everyone reading them. Harry Potter will always be my first fantasy love, but honestly these books have become a close second. The books are considered the next Twilight, but I beg to differ. The only thing I can say they are the same as is, the fast pace fan growth. I wrote about these books previously on here, but let’s talk about the trailer.
When that trailer came out, I was jumping up and down. This trailer was wonderfully made. It did just what it was supposed to do…. stir anticipation. I think I need to thank T-Bone Burnett and James Newton Howard. The music is intense and it has this great sound to it.
Speaking of great sounds, Taylor Swift has just released a new song that will most likely be used as the end credit song. She performs “Safe and Sound” with The Civl Wars. I was a little nervous because I love T-Swift’s music, but I didn’t know how it would fit in with the gritty nature of The Hunger Games. Quite frankly, I love it. It has this great southern, coal miner daughter’s sound to it and that’s just what you want. Hello, Katniss Everdeen is from the District 12, the coal mining district.
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I’ve already discussed this two months ago… I just want to see this movie to see more of Tony Stark. This movie is gonna be pretty sweet because it combines a lot of comic book heroes together. They are the Avengers… duh. The only one I’m not excited for is Black Widow. She’s just not my favorite person. Hopefully Hawkeye and Tony Stark make up for it. I do still have to see Thor and Captain America before I see this. I even think Mark Ruffalo is going to be awesome.
New Fact: Disney has decided to make The Avengers available in 2D and 3D format. Before, it was just 2D. Personally, I don’t see 3D movies because I’m poor and I’m biased that Avatar is still the only movies with outstanding 3D.
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone… do I have to say anything else? I’m sure everyone was anxious that Columbia decided to reboot this franchise. Tobey Maguire and James Franco kinda put it to bed after the third one. Director Marc Webb’s trailer looks promising and the only thing I’m slightly afraid is when the audience becomes Garfield and is web-slinging around the city. I know Webb plans on doing parts of the film like this, hopefully it doesn’t feel like a bad video game.
Hans Zimmer and Chris Nolan do it again. Nolan does not kill a trilogy, he drives it up and makes it exciting. You have Christian Bale back plus Tom Hardy as Bane, Anne Hathaway as the slinky Catwoman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard and more. I don’t even know how to describe my excitement. I don’t know what all the fans think of the trailer, but from a movie-goers point of view, I can’t wait.
One interesting thing that came out of the trailer: Warner Brothers is afraid that Bane is too hard to understand. Fans started to complain that Bane’s voice is too muffled. According to the Hollywood Reporter: Nolan is up for altering the sound mix, but not that much. Click on the picture for the Hollywood Reporter for more details.