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No, seriously, it’s hot.  Like, everything’s on fire. Peter Jackson released the poster to the final installment in ‘The Hobbit’ film series and it looks like Smaug woke up on the wrong side of the bed (but we knew that already, didn’t we?) The poster, which was released at this year’s Comic Con can be […]

 

No, seriously, it’s hot.  Like, everything’s on fire.

Peter Jackson released the poster to the final installment in ‘The Hobbit’ film series and it looks like Smaug woke up on the wrong side of the bed (but we knew that already, didn’t we?)

The poster, which was released at this year’s Comic Con can be seen below:

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Word is that the first footage from the film will be released this weekend at the San Diego Comic Con.  ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ will be released later this year, thus completing the three-part adaption of J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic book.

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  • Michael Burns • 8 years ago

    Still not sure how I feel about the title change from “There and Back Again”, but that poster is siiiick! Can’t wait, the movie is going to be epic!

  • Angus • 8 years ago

    Yeah! Why did they change the title?

    • Saul Marquez • 8 years ago

      I think it was something about the “There and Back Again” not being very relevant to the plot. But I agree, I like the original title. There’s something charming about it.