Full Trailer for 'The Hobbit Trilogy: Extended Edition' Theatrical Events

August 26, 2015
Source: YouTube

The Hobbit Trilogy

"The noble quest is at hand…" Warner Bros / New Line Cinema has debuted the full trailer for The Hobbit Trilogy: Extended Edition, an event being hosted by Fathom Events. Taking place in cinemas around the country this October is a series of screenings (on October 5th, October 7th, October 13th) of the complete Extended Edition trilogy from Peter Jackson. One movie will be shown each date, ending with the debut of the Extended Edition of The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies. The final movie is actually rated R for "some violence", if that adds any extra interest. The footage is pretty much most of what we've seen, but it's cool to see them make a trailer for the theatrical events. Back to Middle Earth one more time.

Here's the official trailer for Fathom's The Hobbit Trilogy: Extended Edition events, via YouTube:

The Hobbit Extended Edition Trilogy

Warner Bros / New Line and Peter Jackson have already been progressively releasing the Extended Editions of the first two The Hobbit movies almost a year after the original release of each of those. Both of those are already available on Bu-ray, but The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is last. The theatrical cut ran 144 minutes, and the video claims there's "over 20 minutes" of new footage - plus it's rated R. AMC has a listing for an event on October 13th, which is when The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies - Extended Edition premieres in cinemas. The other screenings take place earlier in October. If you're really into The Hobbit and Middle-Earth and really want to see this much, then have at it. For tickets - visit Fathom Events here.

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Missed the 3rd one in theaters. I'll probably go check it out.

David Diaz on Aug 26, 2015


I love Lord of the Rings as a whole. I own every movie in the original and the new trilogies. That said, I thought the newest trilogy was underwhelming as a whole. The more I watched the more it felt like the shameless cash grab that it was.

Russell on Aug 26, 2015


Do we really need the extended versions of these already long movies?

TheOct8pus on Aug 26, 2015


Theatrical release, meh. BD release, sure.

avconsumer2 on Aug 27, 2015


The studio does. Because they fucking love money.

capitandelespacio on Sep 4, 2015


I only saw the first Hobbit movie... they were just way too "happy" to keep my attention.

Bill on Aug 26, 2015


I remember when I was excited for the Hobbit. Maybe in 10 years I will be again.

Carpola on Aug 26, 2015



Н.И. + on Aug 26, 2015


You couldnt pay me.

Higgens on Aug 26, 2015


I hope this will be in Canada too

OfficialJab on Aug 26, 2015


I watched all three in a theater indulging my daughter's wish. That was enough for me. Not worth the money ...

shiboleth on Aug 26, 2015


To be honest, I would be more excited to the the original three get a re-release.

DAVIDPD on Aug 26, 2015


I'm mostly excited for the behind the scenes footage of the new Extended Edition Bluray. I've enjoyed those a good deal more than the actual films.

Snev De la Fontaine on Aug 27, 2015


Behhh.. . Wish they re-release the cartoon version. Much better songs as well.

mzungu on Aug 27, 2015

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