HD or the odds will never be in your favor.
Raise your hand I you've been waiting for this and this past month felt like a fucking hell ._./
WHAT A BADASS TRAILER, I STAYED ALL THE PEASANT AWARDS TO SEE IT AND FREAKING LORD I SQUEELED! You do remember I'm a hardcore hunger games fan right? ;____;
I got this idea from months ago, I was going to do THG but then I just said: neeeh, let's wait for Catching Fire. This was difficult and at the same time easy to do, idk .-. surprisingly the clips from this movies fit really well! but only using CGI can be hard most of the times. So good I'm so comfortable with it (: There was multiple scenes I just got stucked and did not know what to fucking do. I know some things feel really awkward because of that. AND THAT KISS. GAH. Never do CGI kisses again. NO. Mostly if one of your characters never kiss in the entire movie. Dam, sorry for the crappynes.
May I say Merida and Hiccup were born to be Katniss and Peeta? And that this trailer has a lot of Katniss x Gale? And that I really did not use Hiccup? Y u keep ignoring Peeta, Panem? he was in fire too ;__;
No Jack nor Rapunzel this time, sorry ): but you know what character I'm saving for him right? ;D And as final, I started this like 3 minutes after the trailer was on TV. I saw it, turn off the tv, downloaded it and got to vegas. This could have been uploaded last tuesday but I had no time ):
Rate, comment, suscribe ^^ And if you did not like it, don't be such a pussy and cowardly click de unlike button. Tell me why you didn't like it and I'll work that out. If you're just a hater then stfu.
Movies used: Brave How to Train your Dragon Wreck-It Ralph Rise of the Guardians Tangled The Lorax
- Chins up, smiles on! ^^
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