First Real Trailer For The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug

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Picking up right where The Hobbit left off, this trailer gives a glimpse of the troubles that our band of dwarves and one little Hobbit must face. Lee Pace returns as Thranduil, Orlando Bloom has a few good white-hair-flipping moments as Legolas, and Evangeline Lilly makes her debut as Tauriel. Check it out!

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Already we can spy the secret barrel escape, the deadly spider scene, and butterflies! Plus we've gotten our first good look at Luke Evans as Bard the Bowman — so many new characters and so much foreboding. But no dragon... yet! [EDIT: I wasn't wearing my glasses holy bananas DRAGON!]

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug will be in theaters on December 13th. And here are some new high-res photos the studio just released:

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ComradeDread

For some reason, I just don't feel the enthusiasm for this series.

I mean, I should. I loved the books. I liked the LotR movie trilogy.

But this is just leaving me sort of feeling 'meh.' I didn't hate the first Hobbit film, I kind of liked it, even though I don't find it that memorable at all.

Maybe it's all of the padding and dragging a 300 page story out over 9 hours of film.