The Host Teaser: Stephenie Meyer's Freaky-Eyed Aliens Are Coming For Your Mind, Body, and Soul

The Host (2013)

It's brief, but the newly debuted teaser trailer for the sci-fi romance The Host is here to tantalize you with images of freaky-eyed pod people and star Saoirse Ronan's fierce, unearthly qualities. Adapted from author Stephenie Meyer's non-Twilight novel about a human and an alien symbiote who share the same body, The Host is headed to theaters in 2013 under director Andrew Niccol (In Time), and while this oughta give Host readers a twinge of anticipation, non-fans are likely scratching their heads wondering what Ronan's eyeballs and the vaguely Benetton-like reel of faces has to do with anything.

Just to fill in the blanks: As Ronan's voice over says, we're in a future where the world's problems have been solved. Yay! The bad news? Everything's only kosher now because aliens have descended on Earth to invade our bodies, erasing our memories. Except when it comes to Melanie Stryder (Ronan); she refuses to shove over to let her alien "soul," Wanderer, have full run of the place. And of course, this leads to a love quadrangle as host and alien fall for different boys (Max Irons and Jake Abel).

Have a looksie, courtesy of Yahoo:

The Host will hit theaters on March 29, 2013.

[Yahoo!]



Comments

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    Drive the girls there crazy....tell 'em you want a monacle.
    Sincerely,
    KRIS

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    Like how now it's stock photos that are attacking us instead of chemically enhanced mutations.

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