Martin Freeman, Orlando Bloom, Andy Serkis, Elijah Wood, Hugo Weaving, Ian McKellen, Cate Blanchett, Richard Armitage, Jed Brophy, Adam Brown, John Callen, Stephen Fry, Ryan Gage, Mark Hadlow, Peter Hambleton, Stephen Hunter, William Kircher, Sylvester McCoy, Bret McKenzie, Graham McTavish, Mike Mizrahi, James Nesbitt, Dean O'Gorman, Lee Pace, Mikael Persbrandt, Conan Stevens, Ken Stott, Jeffrey Thomas, Aidan Turner
Film synopsis Part three of the story that led to The Lord of the Rings. A contented and unadventurous hobbit called Bilbo finds himself swept along with twelve dwarves and a wizard in a quest for buried treasure. Along the way, he finds a golden ring...
Well I hear that it's going to be enormous, so let's hope the excitement and epic ness from The Desolation of Smaug lives on. A lot. Desolation had a cliffhanger that no one would expect (and even was an exciting one), so let's hope the beginning (of There and Back Again) will be a great cliffhanger that we were all thinking that was going to happen to end Desolation (people that have seen Desolation will hopefully know what I mean). Hoping the running time will be more appropriate than the prev More
I was never a big fan of The Lord Of The Rings trilogy so i wasn't entirely excited for The Hobbit trilogy so I never went to see "An Unexpected Journey" when it was out in the cinema but i did buy it when it was released on blu ray and i must admit i was blown away by the sheer epicness of the soundtrack, visual look of the film and the plot as well as the star studded cast. Once The Desolation Of Smaug was released I made sure i was front of the que to see the amazing Martin Freeman More
After TDOS, looking forward to Part 3 immensely. I predict that they will be looking to one-up ROTK's MinasTirith/Pelennor Fields sequence. Any film that begins with what would have been the grand climactic sequence of the previous movie must end with something grander. More
This may all be excellent but smacks slightly of the studios milking the idea by turning it into a huge franchise. I love the book and the visuals are amazing but for me it all hinges on the script and the LOTR films got progressively more 'Hollywood' and ignored important story elements that left some people, (Christopher Lee included), with a bad taste. It depends if Jackson is the loyal fan he claims to be or if he has a new found taste for money and can happily ignore the voices of dissenter More
If it was a bridge film between Hobbit and LOTR I might be excited but if Jackson is going to once more shove Hobbits down our throats the way he did in the first three films, ah that would be DVD only, maybe