Discussion in 'Community' started by -Courtney-, Nov 25, 2006.
Why you calling her Kate?
why do you think? you think she just popped into existence to play an elf in the hobbins and the adventures of smog?
what is awesome and amazing? a girl aged? i'm confused.
hobbit 4: a girl aged
Ten year run time.
Why are either of those actors at the premiere? Are they in the movie?
Yes I have bought my tickets for Boxing Day (as that is the day it is released in Australia)
No they are not in the movie, they were invited guests
Production Video #13
Less than 10 days left to wait!
So I'm hearing that Smaug is a wyvern now? What's going on with that?
Then lets hope its extended editon is even longer than the last one.
Whats weird like I said about An unexpected journey extended edition is you noticed more added stuff compare to the other movies with 12 -20 mins you don't notice a thing.
How does peter jackson do it?
Still Extended editon of The Hobbit An Anexpected Journey rules and its closer to the book.
The EE of the LOTR, you notice more added stuff considering the EE are longer than the Hobbit's EE
Its more like extended seconds and mins of added stuff in each of the scenes from an unexpected joruney and it felt longer then 13 mins.
True, i think EE hit 3 hours
No he's actually Sauron who is actually Sauraman.
Vermithrax was a wyvern type and she was awesome.
And here are the first reviews, both positive:
Empire gave it 5 stars, when last year only gave 4 to AUJ
A few more odds and ends.
Luke Evans about Bard the Bowman, in which they show they kept it in the family by having the daughters of James Nesbitt (Bofur) get their first-ever acting roles as Bard's daughters:
An interview with Benedict Cumberbatch:
An essay about Thror's key and map to the Lonely Mountain:
And a link to Middle-Earth's Six Degrees of Sauron:
A translation of a special feature by German magazine Nautilus:
And an essay on the Dwarven Rings of Power:
And last but not least:
A quiz telling you which Hobbit character you are (I got Galadriel):
And an article linking to a scientific study of the climate of Middle-Earth: