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Thread: The Hobbit - The Battle Of The Five Armies (2014)

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    The Hobbit - The Battle Of The Five Armies (2014)

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    Woot, saw this on Facebook!

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    Of course! Who wouldn't want an extra $300 million?
    But yea, I'm excited.
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    im not complaining, but its sort of going to be weird that the hobbit is just as long as the whole lord of the rings saga.

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    If Jackson does it right, it should be good. I'm willing to bet it will be far and above the Avatar sequels!!!
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    This is pretty much the most exciting movie news ive had since Lucas announced the prequels. I can't wait for more hobbit! I can't believe new line is finally letting him do it right.
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    Jackson's never let me down when it comes to Middle Earth. I'm not even a bit worried. As far as I'm concerned the LOTR trilogy was too short.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DagMarus View Post
    Jackson's never let me down when it comes to Middle Earth. I'm not even a bit worried. As far as I'm concerned the LOTR trilogy was too short.
    I'm not a big fan of fantasy/tales movies but LOTR is the big exception. This awesome trilogy is close to perfection, the only issue I also have is that it was too short.
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    I'm sure if they had the chance to do things over again, each book in LotR would have gotten a movie - meaning six movies total.

    I have mixed feelings about this news, I just hope there's enough content to fill three films (not to mention extended editions, which I doubt will happen...we'll see). If anyone has the capability to pull it off though, Peter Jackson and his creative team do.

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