I Am Number Four – Movie Trailer and Film Tie-In Cover

16 Dec

Since I really enjoyed this book, I thought I’d post this for other fans. πŸ™‚ I get gooseflesh every time I watch the trailer (yes, the book was *that* much fun), and I’m really excited to watch it. πŸ™‚ First off, here’s the movie’s poster:

Number Four’s glowing hands look pretty damn cool. πŸ™‚ Next up, the trailer:

Yep, you can find me in line to watch it as soon as it’s released in South Africa. πŸ™‚ And finally, the film tie-in cover (no word yet on whether it’ll get to us, but I’m thinking the chances are very good):

So, what do you think? I think we’re looking at the next craze – perhaps not as massive and singularity-like as The Twilight Saga – but at least something to divert attention, at least until Breaking Dawn Part 1…


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