Here's a photo floating about the 'net showing Bilbo swathed in spider webs and leaning (thrusting?) on Sting.
Purchase the DVD/Blu-ray of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey before March 24th, and you can get a sneak peek at the 2nd Hobbit Film.
Though it seems to me that The Hobbit just came out in theatres, it looks like we'll be able to watch it at home starting March 19th (in the US at least)!
Vulture talked to Hobbit screenwriter Phillippa Boyens recently and found out some interesting information about how we'll see details of the story fleshed out in the second film.
The bigger question that this brings up for me is this: Where exactly will The Desolation of Smaug end? Entering Smaug's lair? Over Laketown with Bard firing his arrow? After Smaug's defeat? What do you think?
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey broke records for a film opening in December both domestically and internationally.
The Hobbit drew huge crowds on Friday, setting a new December opening day record with an estimated $37.5 million.
Now that you've seen it... what'd you think? Good? Bad? Too much? Too little?
Peter Jackson has released the final production video for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and this one's all about the premiere in Wellington, New Zealand.
After a couple of years of waiting, watching, hoping, sweating, and wishing, we will all have the opportunity to see The Hobbit this weekend!
Now you can drink in the same pub as Bilbo and Frodo as The Green Dragon begins serving visitors to the Hobbiton set near Matama, New Zealand.
Here's another pic from Entertainment Weekly showing The Great Goblin in his greasy, jowly, massiveness confronting Gandalf and the Dwarves...
Entertainment Weekly has published an official photo from The Hobbit: There and Back Again (the 3rd film in the trilogy) with both Legolas (Orlando Bloom) and Bard!
AncalagonTheBlack returns with an update to The Complete List of Film Changes that lists differences between The Hobbit films and book.
Take a look at this short 40 second clip from The Hobbit--it shows how Peter Jackson is expanding on what's written in The Hobbit to fit in more with The Lord of the Rings.