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Two New Stills From The Hobbit And Catching Fire


We’ve got the latest stills from Catching Fire and The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug! Looks like this still is of Katniss getting ready to dive back into the arena for the Quarter Quell. She’s come a long way from where she began in the first movie.

So what’s up with the official still from The Hobbit? Head under the cut to find out!

Looks like we’re getting more elf shots, this time of Legolas (Orlando Bloom) and Tauriel (Evangeline Lily). Considering the amount of press they’re getting, it’s safe to speculate that the elves will be a big part of the upcoming second installment in this prequel LOTR trilogy.

(via SuperheroHype and ComingSoon.net)

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  • http://anna.balasi.com/ AnnaB

    Both these movies make me go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jason Atkins

    The “prisoners of the elves” part of The Hobbit is one of the most obvious places for Peter Jackson to flesh things out, IMO. They’re in captivity for days/weeks, and Tolkein glosses over all that in a handful of sentences. If they want to convey that passage of time in the movie without some sort of cheesy montage, having a bunch of stuff happen that invisible Bilbo observes is probably the smartest/easiest way.

  • http://wrongsirwrong.blogspot.com/ Magic Xylophone

    Hate to say it, but that’s some bargain-basement production design on display in Catching Fire.

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    The “prisoners of the elves” part
    of The Hobbit is one of the most obvious places for Peter Jackson to
    flesh things out, IMO. They’re in captivity for days/weeks, and Tolkein
    glosses over all that in a handful of sentences. If they want to convey
    that passage of time in the movie without some sort of cheesy montage,
    having a bunch of stuff happen that invisible Bilbo observes is probably
    the smartest/easiest way.

  • Brian

    “What with one thing and another, five years passed.”

    - The Princess Bride, in the ultimate ‘glossing over’.

  • Charlie

    I’m a big time Tolkien fan and I’m glad they have made some room for a female character. I’m really excited to see Tauriel.

  • Anonymous

    Princess Bride gets a pass for being awesome.

  • Brian

    Well, also for Goldman’s parenthetical aside in the book that explains how colossally boring the glossed over portion was :)