Update on The Host Expected Next Week

The Host Facebook Page posted that there will be an update on The Host next week.  There has been a very long lull in any news about anything, so this is very welcome news.

 

The Host Facebook Page is also taking fan art submissions.  If you are creative enough, your art may be featured on the page.

If you have not already “liked” the official Facebook page, do so now.  We also have a Facebook page for this site, which you may “like” as well.

I am curious as to whether we will be seeing the fruits of that photo contest anytime soon.  A teaser trailer, even without any film footage, would be great to see if only to get a feel for the direction they are going.

Source: The Host Facebook Page, The Host Movie Fans

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  • Susan Payne

    Would really like to see something!

  • Jill

    ” teaser trailer, even without any film footage, would be great to see if only to get a feel for the direction they are going.”

    Wouldn’t a teaser trailer, an official one, be done by the studio WITH footage? I mean, just by definition, a trailer consists of actual scenes even if the duration only lasts 4 seconds.

    In saying that, I think those who are anticipating can form a picture on the possibility of the direction by watching Andrew Niccol’s filmography. It gives hints to his directing style (cinematography, costume design, script set-up). His signature 1950s retro look will be displayed thanks to a gracious extra who took a picture of the costumes. We know his futuristic cars from the-not-to-distant-future will appear thanks to a  youtube video taken by an observer which also shows the 1950s costumes. What we don’t know is how the production design will look like and that’s what trailers reveal.

    • I disagree on the trailer front.  Take a look at the teaser for The Dark Knight (not The Dark Knight Rises) and the teasers for The Social Network.  Real teaser trailers are not very long and do not necessarily contain any footage for the film.  It is a great way to get the audience excited for the film very early on.

      • Jill

         Ah, thanks for the correction. I hope that’ll be the case.