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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

  1. Now Come the Days of the King: Stephen Colbert Transforms Into The Hobbit’s Legolas, Bilbo, & Gandalf

    And may they be blessed.

    Ok, this guy really likes Tolkien, I guess.

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  2. Everything That Happens In The Tolkien Universe After The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

    First things first: Yes, even before Peter Jackson sat down to make the film, we knew what would happen after The Hobbit. The Lord of the Rings, all 480,000-plus words of it, was already a fairly excessive sequel to one children’s book. But if you know anything at all about John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, it won’t surprise you that it doesn’t end there.

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  3. Holy Smaug Pile! Peter Jackson Spent How Much Making The Hobbit Trilogy?

    Enough to buy multiple giant elks.

    Last year word was Peter Jackson's time on The Hobbit trilogy so far cost double what The Lord of the Rings trilogy did to make. But a new report has the films running Smaug hoard numbers.

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  4. Peter Jackson’s Third Hobbit Film Officially Has A New Name

    There And Back Again

    Oh dammit! Just the other day we had a report on how recent trademark applications meant Peter Jackson's last film in The Hobbit series might be getting a title other than the previously announced, The Hobbit: There and Back Again. Now we've got confirmation from the horse's mouth. " 'There and Back Again' felt like the right name for the second of a two film telling of the quest to reclaim Erebor, when Bilbo’s arrival there, and departure, were both contained within the second film. But with three movies, it suddenly felt misplaced—after all, Bilbo has already arrived 'there' in the 'Desolation of Smaug,' " Jackson explained on his Facebook page. Yadda, yadda, yadda, the new title for the third film is

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  5. This Genderswap Cosplay Of The Hobbit Cast Is Hair And Back Again

    There And Back Again

    This isn't the first time we've seen some genderswapped Hobbit cosplay, and while these ladies are certainly beardless, we have to admit they did it with style and class. Check out their efforts photographed by Alexander Turchanin.

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  6. Congratulations, The Hobbit, You Are This Year’s Most Pirated Film

    My Precious!

    An Unexpected Journey, the first installment of the Hobbit trilogy, was kept neither secret nor safe this year.

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  7. New Hobbit Clip Takes Us Behind The Scenes of the Battle of Moria

    There And Back Again

    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey coming out on DVD means one thing: hours and hours of special features. This is a Peter Jackson Tolkien film, after all. This particular clip shows how the Battle of Moria flashbacks in the first movie were filmed, and we get to see a bit of Andy Serkis in his role as second-unit director. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  8. In Case You Needed More of The Hobbit, Here’s Some Extended Footage From The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

    My Precious!

    This new clip from the extended edition of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey gives you the first look at the footage you will gaze at with joy early in your The Hobbit movie marathon, before you realize that you decided to marathon the extended versions of all three Hobbit films, just like The Lord of the Rings before them. And yet the new footage is still incredibly charming. The new scene, a sweet exchange between Bilbo and Elrond, is part of the 13 extra minutes of Hobbit-filled footage that will be available to watch in the extended cut of the first film in the trilogy. (via Bleeding Cool) Previously in The Hobbit

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  9. The Hobbit Finally, Definitely Wrapped Filming. For Real This Time.

    There And Back Again

    Middle Earth has already released the likes of Martin Freeman, Sir Ian McKellen, and Orlando Bloom back into the real world, and now, finally, even director Peter Jackson is saying goodbye to the The Hobbit sets. Filming for the final Hobbit film concluded on Friday, assuming, of course, that Jackson does not decide to split the book up further into six or twelve movies, at which point it will officially have more installments than Sherlock. Regardless, it was a melancholy day for Jackson and his crew as they wrapped up shooting, and Jackson shared photos of his final hours on the franchise that has been part of his life for 15 years on his Facebook page.

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  10. Martin Freeman Says Goodbye to The Hobbit

    There And Back Again

    Sir Ian McKellen and Orlando Bloom have both left the set of The Hobbit for the last time, and now Martin Freeman has as well, assuming Peter Jackson doesn't decide to add even more movies to the series. Jackson posted the photo above, and another of Freeman with costar Benedict Cumberbatch, on his facebook page, and shared some thoughts on the impending close of the filming of The Hobbit. Read on to hear what Jackson had to say, and to see Cumberbatch petting Freeman's hobbit feet.

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