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Comic-Con 2011 Hobbit Panel by TheOneRing.net


Comic-Con 2011 Hobbit Panel by TheOneRing.net

We have now posted all 4 parts of our panel on The Hobbit from last weekend's Comic-Con. Take a look! Special thanks to Justin from slaveboyfilms.com for all his hard work on this.

TheOneRing.net kicked off San Diego Comic Con 2011 with the very first panel of the convention, Thursday 10 a.m. in room 7AB. Over 1,500 people lined up to secure one of only 480 seats in the room! Hosted by Larry D. Curtis (MrCere) and Cliff Broadway (Quickbeam), with special guest Daniel Falconer of Weta and our friends at Warner Brothers, TheOneRing.net previewed all the Hobbit actors in character and demoed a voiceover clip from Benedict Cumberpatch, the voice of Smaug doing a reading. TORn also announced its fan event surrounding two Sideshow/Weta Gandalf statues that fans in the U.S. and Europe can participate in. (Fandalf@TheOneRing.net) Each fan at the panel was then invited to an exclusively War In The North event and prizes were awarded from Badali Jewelry.

Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7IdntTU5ZM

Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDYidYt4_Ns

Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vnFF2VAUbA

Part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bay8NcZfS9c


Sincerely,

Michael Regina Editor in Chief - TheOneRing.net


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