Just posting this newly released trailer of "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug", to update from my precedent
thread about it.
You know, just to update what we know about the 2nd Hobbit till the 11 December comes.
Looks like they're gonna finally do the Dol Guldur sequence. That scene, which was only hinted at in both The Hobbit and LOTR (the books, I mean) was
one of the most important part, for it was when Sauron/The Necromencer was finally found and brought down by the White Council
(Gandalf/Galadriel/Saruman). That scene was also the turning point for Saruman, where he turned to evil and began looking feverishly for the One Ring;
it was also then that Sauron went back to Mordor and began to rebuild his army, the premise for LOTR.
So basically, a very important scene, which got left out in the books. So I'm glad they're putting it in the movie; it's gonna show even more the
link between both stories.
So, there you go. Now, you have to wait another three months before seeing it.
Even though i believe Peter Jackson is a racist (no black actors whatsoever in the movies + he said to a actor she was too darkskinned for the movie)
i do like the story of the lord of the rings and will probably go check this one out 2.
This looks promising. So far, Jackson has brought Middle Earth to life pretty much as I had always imagined it. After reading LOTR 30+ times that's a
hard task to fulfill but somehow he comes through. Is this going to be another trilogy so we have to wait for the battle of 5 armies another year? Oh
well, at least it gives me something to look forward to.
Actually, I was relieved to see that they kept Beorn. I thought they would take him out because of his half-bear nature would have asked too many SFX,
but looks like they kept him anyway! I'm really glad, 'cause Beorn's part was really a comedic relief with Gandalf trying to subtly add 13 dwarves
to Beorn's house.
And strangely, they also kept the spiders part! Dunno if they are talking spiders, though...
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