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Second Magnificent Trailer for Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit' Trilogy

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September 19, 2012
Source: Apple

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Trailer

"Home is now behind you. The world is ahead." Warner Bros/WingNut Films have unveiled the new trailer for Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the beginning of Bilbo's three-part adventure into Middle Earth. Martin Freeman plays Bilbo Baggins, and is joined by the company of dwarves, lead by Richard Armitage as Thorin Oakenshield. Of course, Sir Ian McKellen is back as Gandalf, and there's glimpses of Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving and even Sylvester McCoy as Radagast the Brown. This is a much more magnificent and, honestly, more exciting improvement over the first trailer, which I enjoyed, but I think Jackson is settling into the story and getting ready to bring us another spectacular fantasy epic.

Watch the second trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, in high def from Apple:

In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit… J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, being directed by Peter Jackson as three separate movies, is set in Middle-Earth 60 years before Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, which Jackson and his filmmaking team brought to the big screen in a trilogy ten years ago. The films, with screenplays by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Guillermo del Toro and Peter Jackson, were shot consecutively in digital 3D using the latest cameras. The Hobbit follows the journey of Bilbo Baggins, played by Martin Freeman, who is swept into an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor, which was long ago conquered by the dragon Smaug. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey arrives in theaters in 3D & 48FPS on December 14th.

Watch the first trailer for The Hobbit, to compare the glimpses PJ gives us. Ready for the adventure?

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Reader Feedback - 56 Comments

1

when he talks to smeagel, u could feel it being 48 frames per second

me on Sep 19, 2012

2

youtube goes no higher that 30fps, so no, you couldnt

JLewis on Sep 19, 2012

3

i watched mine on msn

me on Sep 19, 2012

4

Cool beans, sound is really bad though

Richie G on Sep 19, 2012

5

Awesome!!!

Ron on Sep 19, 2012

6

I don't know why my comment was deleted, but like I said I'll definitely go see it but I'm a bit doubtful about the dwarves as a company compared to the one in the LotR movies.

Paul K. on Sep 19, 2012

7

It must have been referencing the broken MSN trailer, apologies! But yes, the dwarves are many.

Alex Billington on Sep 19, 2012

8

Ah yes, I did mention in it that the right video was still available on the link included in the news. Cheers 🙂

Paul K. on Sep 19, 2012

9

I have the book running through my head now. Magical, visually stunning. This is what we've been waiting for folks. This.

Quanah on Sep 19, 2012

10

peter jackson is the man.

Joshua Addisson Roach on Sep 19, 2012

11

That head dwarf guy has an epic voice. I can't wait until 2015, when I can nerd out for an entire day and watch all 6 of the movies in order, back to back, on BluRay.

Wafffles on Sep 19, 2012

12

extended versions, of course.

beevis on Sep 20, 2012

13

There are no words. EEE!!!

DAVIDPD on Sep 19, 2012

14

so beautiful!!!! Gollum is as pretty as ever

truong18 on Sep 19, 2012

15

Beautiful blue eyes.

Xerxexx on Sep 19, 2012

16

Nice. Some of it looked artificial and I didn't get that magic feeling I got from LOTR. Especially the falling rock scene. Maybe it was the lighting or the miniature/bigature design.

christox on Sep 19, 2012

17

WETA is going to polish this thing until it glistens like no other film that has come before it. True, there is some work to be done on Gollum and Radagast, but it will be perfect when the time comes.

DAVIDPD on Sep 19, 2012

18

Can't wait! Galadriel looked amazing in that scene!

Neuromancer on Sep 19, 2012

19

cate blanchett will do that!

beevis on Sep 19, 2012

20

Indeed.

Xerxexx on Sep 19, 2012

21

Blanchett *and* McKellen = actorgasm. seriously, those two could be reading out their shopping lists and i'd be entertained, their phrasing is magical.

son_et_lumiere on Sep 19, 2012

22

I'd even see the sequel.

Xerxexx on Sep 19, 2012

23

me too.

beevis on Sep 20, 2012

24

i couldn't agree more!

beevis on Sep 20, 2012

25

SO GOOD!!!!!!

Jay on Sep 19, 2012

26

Thankfully this is a MUCH BETTER trailer than the 1st one. I'm excited!

HyperJ on Sep 19, 2012

27

The movie will definitely be EPIC in scale, but I feel the trailers are a let down. Not nearly as good as Cloud Atlas, Social Network, Inception. Those trailers gave you the urge to see it immediately. The Hobbit trailers feel flat to me. But that's a good thing going into the movie expecting less and then being blown away by such a fantastic movie.

Eli to Peyton on Sep 19, 2012

28

i couldn't disagree more with your trailer comparison. those trailers didn't leave me the the urge to see the mentioned films "immediately" (the last batman trailers left me feeling "meh" as well) - ....i still haven't seen SN - and no desire to do so....i saw inception as a rental and thought it was average; i do want to see CA - but not as bad as the hobbit films. of course, every person has different tastes.

beevis on Sep 19, 2012

29

I never had any interest in SN. A few months back I was visiting my sister and her family, and they turned it on, to my chagrin. Gotta say, it was actually pretty interesting. Didn't finish it, as it was kind of late, and everyone was crashing, but what I saw made me want to watch the rest. Obviously I've yet to do so, but I'd like to.

grimjob on Sep 19, 2012

30

i watched 15 minutes on a free HBO weekend - and turned it off....with no desire to see any more of it.

beevis on Sep 20, 2012

31

Ok then. Carry on.

grimjob on Sep 20, 2012

32

Looks good, but I still think it might feel like butter scraped over too much bread; with it being 3 movies made from a short children's book(yes, it was made for children).

David Banner on Sep 19, 2012

33

thanks, dave. after 75 years, i'm sure none of us knew it was originally a childrens story.

beevis on Sep 19, 2012

34

I've read 40 comments now on "how light it seems, and why is it funny?" The majority have not read the book.

David Banner on Sep 19, 2012

35

i want to see this like no other movie this year.

beevis on Sep 19, 2012

36

"If Bagginses loses we eats it whole." Love it. I chucked at the ending a bit.

Xerxexx on Sep 19, 2012

37

Good God... Everything I imagined in the book and MORE!!

LosZombies on Sep 19, 2012

38

What's so amazing about this?It looks almost like a parody. I know it's early, but I wasn't too sold on the effects either, I've seen better on those Blizzard entertainment trailers then this.

jah p on Sep 19, 2012

39

Every single frame just looks and feels just right. Colors look better, the range of imagination and the wild cinematography to match it just lights up in this trailer.

Nick Sears on Sep 19, 2012

40

Why aren't we getting 3D/48fps trailers? We have TVs that can play them!

Kento on Sep 19, 2012

41

This looks like more of the same... that'll please a lot of people, but I wasn't a big Lord of the Rings fan to begin with... Well, to each their own!

Greg dinskisk on Sep 19, 2012

42

This looks great!!

T-rex on Sep 19, 2012

43

Could have been worse (ogre lands on them) LMAO. I cain't wait to see how they disfigure Stephen Fry as the Laketown Master.

jez on Sep 19, 2012

44

can't wait to see the spiders of mirkwood!

beevis on Sep 20, 2012

45

Not a fan of these movies, but once again... to all U fans, I hope this is everything U have been waiting for !!!

Tester on Sep 19, 2012

46

Can't wait to see Guy of Gisborn do his thing on the big screen lol

HealthyPoison on Sep 19, 2012

47

exactly what i was thinking. Armitage has the range, and boy does he have the voice. though, after what he did to Robin, how can Bilbo trust him?

son_et_lumiere on Sep 19, 2012

48

Anyone else managed to spot the eagle? 🙂

Paul K. on Sep 19, 2012

49

YeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Carpola on Sep 19, 2012

50

Gollum is looking more spiffy than ever! Imagine if Peter Jackson had done The Hobbit first and The Lord of the Rings now!

Chris Amaya on Sep 19, 2012

51

WTH? I couodnt be a bigger fan of Jackson and the LOTR trilogy but this simply put looks awful, Everything from the rediculopus looking dorfs to the loonytoon rabitts makes me disapointed. How are the special effects SO bad!? This is just coming off way to much like a childrens movie to me.

Phil on Sep 20, 2012

52

The Hobbit was written as a Children's tale, and I'm very happy it looks like a movie that children can watch, reading that book as a kid is what got me into Fantasy. I want the songs and the shenanigans that occurred in the book on the big screen, if it didn't then it would be an awful film.

Lemur on Sep 21, 2012

53

no it would be a little more like the LOTR and a little less like snow white and the 7 dorfs

Phil on Sep 25, 2012

54

maybe you should read the book, phil. you are very wrong on this.

beevis on Nov 30, 2012

55

AMAZING...absolutely AMAZING...for Pt1, but where is "Smaug"? Are they not showing him because he will be the GRAND design of Pt2?

Triston on Sep 20, 2012

56

hey does anyone know what the thing on one of the dwarves is at 37sec. Just curious i am assuming it's unfinished cg or something but not sure.

scott on Sep 22, 2012

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