Archery gets very little attention in movies, the last time I remember bows getting any love in a movie is Robin Hood. So with the movie "The Hunger Games" coming out tomorrow we should see some nice bow work. I hope people don't get upset with the accuracy of the movie saying, "That's not how you aim a bow", "you can't load a bow like that" or other such things. Hopefully people can just relax, enjoy the movie and have fun.
I hope these young actor's do a good job and it is not a Twilight tween movie, with good looking actors/actresses but horrible acting.
Ironically this year there will be two big screen movies with archery in them, "The Hunger Games" and "The Avengers" with Hawkeye. And the Avengers looks awesome.
So who's going to see this movie?
I wonder if interest in archery will go up with this movie similar to how the movie "Fast & Furious" was a boon for the auto industry, especially Asian cars and aftermarket parts shops.