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A new The Host trailer will arrive in theaters with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, it was confirmed today.

The information was revealed via a hash-tastic tweet from Access Hollywood’s movie critic Scott Mantz:

The teaser trailer for The Host debuted way back in March and featured fans who had won a Facebook contest.

There’s no running time or information on what we can expect in this trailer, but we’re hoping it’ll reveal a boatload of footage from the film. In July footage was screened by Stephenie Meyer at Comic-Con San Diego. In one part of the preview, “The scene turns to a series of flashbacks with, in each shot, much of the frame blurred. Ronan explains that the girl was named Melanie Stryder and that she managed to escape the early wave of attacks on Earth. We see a home in Louisiana where Melanie’s father kills himself rather than let his body be taken by men in all-white suits with white ties.”

The recap of the footage continued, “When the alien in her body reveals that she has a brother, Melanie’s personality fights back in her head, furious that her own mind is being used against her.”

We’re not sure if this same footage will be included in the trailer, but we do know the studio feels comfortable presenting these specific scenes to an audience.

The Host will be released in theaters March 29, 2013. It stars Diane Kruger as The Seeker, Saoirse Ronan as Melanie, William Hurt as Jeb Stryder, Max Irons as Jared Howe, and Jake Abel as Ian O’Shea. It is written by Andrew Niccol who also wrote the screenplay.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 will be in theaters November 16, so expect the trailer online that week or the next.

  • http://twitter.com/emilyecstasyTM Emily Bryan

    Not surprised they’d put it in front of Breaking Dawn. I haven’t read The Host, is it good?

    • http://twitter.com/Miss_Y_Turner Yasemin Turner

      its reallllllly good. don’t judge it just because its Stephanie Meyer, its amazing. some of my friends hate twilight and they absolutely loved the book.

      • http://twitter.com/emilyecstasyTM Emily Bryan

        I’m not one to judge based off the author, though I’m cautious of it. :] Thanks!

    • Esca

      I’ve read the Host and Twilight. I wouldn’t say I’m a hater, but I honestly don’t care much for the series. The Host was an interesting read, and if you like that type of story it’s a good book. If you don’t like sci’fi or have something against romance then it’s not your best bet.

      • http://twitter.com/emilyecstasyTM Emily Bryan

        I’m not usually one to go for sci-fi but I do like giving things a honest chance. I’ll check it out anyway :D

    • http://xyue-mayx.deviantart.com/ Dreamer

      I personally thought it was much better, both in plot, characters, and writing. A bit of a forewarning, the start is a bit slow but after about 70ish pages it gets really good. I thought the characters were more complex and the themes that she tackles are more complex than the ones in twilight. It’s a sci-fi book, but it’s not super heavy on it.

      • http://twitter.com/emilyecstasyTM Emily Bryan

        Good to know! Yeah after about 70-80 pages of The Hunger Games, I couldn’t put it down. I felt that book had a slow start, but once I got past it, I read and finished it in a few hours. Thanks!

  • KleppMelk

    Just as I thought it was ending. :|

    • TeamBella76

      Too bad go cry in your room

  • TeamBella76

    I loved the Host and for the haters STEPHENIE MEYER ISN’T GOING ANYWHERE HAHA ….

  • http://twitter.com/glasswatar Sarah Sutherland

    The Host is a much better book in my opinion than the Twilight series. Although, I shouldn’t have read the Epilogue. The book would have been better without it. The last part seemed like a fanfic. But y’know. Stephanie Meyer always has to have her happy ending. Which is fine. I’m not saying that I hated it, but still…

    Really excited about this though! I can’t wait for the movie!

  • Corin Boswell

    Looking forward to seeing this. It took me 3 tries to get started with this book but once I got past the first 50/60 pages I couldn’t put it down. My only issue w/ the above footage description… didn’t Melanie’s father get “taken” and lead Seekers back to his home/hideout? I can’t remember.

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