My favorite part of the movies is the trailers. I know it’s weird but I actually love when there’s lots of them. My husband? He hates them. He thinks they show the whole movie in two minutes and then he has nothing to look forward to. I know, right? How did we make it ten years? There are some great movies coming out that I can’t simply can’t WAIT to see. Since my husband basically knows everything that’s going to happen in them, guess they’re going to be girls’ nights out. Tee hee.
This is a Seussian classic. Literally one of his best stories about environmental destruction and waste ever told. I’m thrilled that it’s coming to the big screen, so that the message of “unless” gets spread a little bit further.
Snow White and The Huntsman
You may not have heard, but Chris Hemsworth is the huntsman in this movie and let’s just say I wish I was Snow White. I wrote about Chris when I went to see Thor and he has my eternal devotion now. Hubba hubba.
What? Another Snow White movie? Bring. It. On. Ever since Once Upon A Time started on television, I’m suddenly all fairy tales all the time. This version with Julia Roberts looks much lighter than the version above.
The Hunger Games
Well, it’s kind of fitting that I would see the trailer for this at another movie meant for the teen set, Breaking Dawn. I am 42 people! I swear it. I only secretly wish I was 15 again. Where were these books when I was a kid? I had Flowers in the Attic for heaven’s sake. Now that’s creepy shit. The trailer for The Hunger Games looks fascinating, so I’m going to read the books because Stephanie Meyer said she loved them. It’s on the book jacket, so it must be true. Sheesh.
A story about a feisty Scot. Who knew the Scottish were feisty? I kid, I kid. This one though is about a Scottish girl and I’m thinking Disney is going to raise the bar for females characters on this one. The trailer certainly holds promise.
I love Meryl Streep. I’m absolutely crazy for her. I think she is going to knock it out of the ballpark with this one about Margaret Thatcher. Added bonus, another strong female lead in a movie.