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Jul 30 2012, 6:07pm

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Oh no...

I think that 3 movie is too much for a book like The Hobbit. It seems to me that two was good enough to explore the story without neglecting and 'shortcutting' lots of elements as has been done with the LOTR trilogy. They give the argument that a third will allow them to explore even more of the storie and his background but my guess is that they're gonna add lots of 'invented' stuff, fan-fiction style based on their interpretation and perhaps even stray at times from the the main story which is Bilbo's adventure. I mean that's what The Hobbit is about. I may be wrong but one might thing that there is money question behind this, that they will stretch this as much that it can possibly be done because there ain't gonna be anything else of Tolken's work on screen. Thrid film for The hobbit when FOTR got one, not so consistent to me...

(This post was edited by sam90 on Jul 30 2012, 6:13pm)

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Post edited by Sam20 (Lorien) on Jul 30 2012, 6:09pm
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