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Four New Hobbit Banner Posters Arrive
Plus a darker international one-sheet

08 October 2012  |  Written by Ali Plumb  |  Source: Facebook

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Four more The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey posters are here, and this time they're really rather, um, landscape.

There's the band of treasure hunters walking up the side of the Misty Mountains; a beautiful Gollum, Bilbo and Sting number; Gandalf by Bilbo's door not Weta Workshop's finest photo manipulation there, to be honest and a lettuce-centred scene inside Bag End, all ale and smiles and songs and laughter.

The team behind all these The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey posters have really been spoiling Tolkien fans of late, as these banners follow on behind such other beauties as this Muppets-like dwarves poster, this character scroll poster, this plot-revealing scroll poster, and, as you'll see from our Hobbit future film page, a whole lot more.

Then there's this international Hobbit poster from Argentina's Cine1 complete with watermark in the top corner which is the darkest, most sinister poster yet. Take a look below and let us know what you think... 

 

 

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey finally gets here on December 14.


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I kind of question the decision to make one of the dwarves look like he's wandered out of a yu-gi-oh cartoon. I understand the need for distinctive silhouettes on what could be quite indistinguishable characters in the wrong hands but i hope that guy has the prescence to stop the look being too jarring. More

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That international poster is something I would love to get for my wall if it wasn't for the absence of the actual hobbit himself! Bilbo should be there really (unless the film-makers are being sly and he's meant to be wearing the ring at that point or something) More

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