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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by TheNesMan, Dec 20, 2011.
Surely this time I am first?
So awesome! I Thanks for posting this. Nice to finally see a trailer after all the obstacles this film has had to overcome. Looks great!
I should watch the other LotR films first. Never actually watched any of them.
Well chronologically The Hobbit comes first. So watch The Hobbit - then the trilogy. Sorted!
I am amazed by the sheer continuity they are keeping in the look...
That in itself is impressive.
Oh man, I can't wait.
*attempts to start a flame war*
Oh man, this is going to be so much better than Star Wars.
^which is way better than Star Trek
Totally, but let's not kid ourselves, even Harry Potter is better than Star Trek.
And how about them Twilight movies, amirite?
Psshh, nothing compared to the Justin Bieber film.
Which is nothing compared to the hannah montana movies
Best movie ever? Jersey Girl.
Well LOTR was better so it's not a huge leap.....
Speaking of Star Trek, I wonder if Leonard Nimoy is going to do another Bilbo Baggins song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC73PHdQX04
The Hobbit is going to be a two-parter right?
Add to that the inevitable extended editions of the hobbit somewhere being released around Christmas 2014...
So coming 2015, we can watch all 5 Tolkien extended movies in a marathon lasting the better part of a day. Holy shit!
The Hobbit is a two-parter? Oh man, in all due respect, I hope Ian McKellen doesn't die before then.
I just don't care.
Well, the news that the Hobbit would be a two-parter is pretty old and I haven't been keeping up to date on the project, so i don't know if it still holds true. However, from what I was able to piece together from the trailer I've seen nothing that relates to the Lonely Mountain or the men of Dale. So I guess, the story barely progresses past Rivendell, the Elves and the Trolls, which I think is roughly the half-way mark. It has been a couple of years since I last read the Hobbit though.
Also, I think they are expanding the story a bit to show a bit more of the Battle of the Three Armies, because a Jackons/Tolkien movie wouldn't be complete without at least one major combat scene.