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*POTENTIAL SPOILERS* Updated "Unexpected Journey Scroll"
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Rohan


Sep 10 2012, 5:03am

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i hope [In reply to] Can't Post

though i'm sure it'll have some of the 12 min footage we saw at the comic con. But i still expect a treat for everyone, comic con goers and non goers.


MrCere
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Sep 10 2012, 6:16am

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I had a good idea this was true.

“ The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” will end (at least in my mind until the cinema shows me otherwise) at the conclusion of a major conflict and a narrow escape. You can see it on the chart above. My conclusion is that it goes something like this: Frodo frames the story for Bilbo. After a good deal of setting the table in Bag End (savor that pun), the journey begins. We meet trolls. Before long bad luck and Goblins show up, combat mayhem ensues, Bilbo is lost, he Riddles in the Dark, by luck he joins Thorin and Company again but pursued by goblins and wolves, they get out of the frying pan and into the fire. The rescue from there makes a grand film ending for me, grand indeed. Audiences will feel satisfied but also hunger for more. The first six chapters of “The Hobbit,” along with considerable historical background make for — at least in my mind — a really strong trilogy opening. "

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imin
Valinor


Sep 10 2012, 12:08pm

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For me it has not reduced my excitement but it has reduced my expectations and i have more a feeling of whatever now as someone else above has said.

These changes are happening at a late stage which is a big risk in terms of getting the movies right. The more announcements they make the more im thinking 'whatever, i will go see it and if its good great, if not then oh well'

i was super excited from the beginning by the way and only negative about it going to three films though more positive about that now they are changing the ending to 1.


kzer_za
Lorien

Sep 10 2012, 12:58pm

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Even Zombie Azog? ;) [In reply to] Can't Post

 


AinurOlorin
Half-elven


Sep 11 2012, 6:45am

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It has to get further than the rescue. They have to at least [In reply to] Can't Post

be taken to the Aeryie, speak with Gwahir, and be carried into Wilderland, for it to not be abrubt. If their feet are dangling in the air over the fringes of Rhovanion (bear in mind, you have to assume that all viewers are already in the know for the Eagles to even be universally viewed as benevolant saviours. To any uninitiated viewer, they might just be another, seperate menace, planning to have dwarf as a lesser bird might have rabbit, which Bilbo initially feared
). , then they might as well ditch whatever melodic piece Howard Shore is considering for the ending, and replace it with "Dant Dun Daaaaaaaaaaaant!" al la some 50s Soap Opera.

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I had a good idea this was true.

“ The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” will end (at least in my mind until the cinema shows me otherwise) at the conclusion of a major conflict and a narrow escape. You can see it on the chart above. My conclusion is that it goes something like this: Frodo frames the story for Bilbo. After a good deal of setting the table in Bag End (savor that pun), the journey begins. We meet trolls. Before long bad luck and Goblins show up, combat mayhem ensues, Bilbo is lost, he Riddles in the Dark, by luck he joins Thorin and Company again but pursued by goblins and wolves, they get out of the frying pan and into the fire. The rescue from there makes a grand film ending for me, grand indeed. Audiences will feel satisfied but also hunger for more. The first six chapters of “The Hobbit,” along with considerable historical background make for — at least in my mind — a really strong trilogy opening. "


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