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Hobbit Movie Titles, Sets, Jackson Answers Questions


Hobbit in 5 - Hobbit Movie Titles, Set Pictures, Peter Jackson Answers Question


June 3rd, 2011 - Episode 20

On this episode of Hobbit in 5, we introduce you to our new website,
reveal the official titles for The Hobbit, talk about possible LOTR
extended edition screenings in NZ, look at some set pieces, and Sir
Peter Jackson begins to answer fan-submitted questions! We also cover
Oin in our character study!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bjv1ERIFTs

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