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Premiere Fan Costume Photos: The Walk Of Hobbit

Premiere Fan Costume Photos: The Walk Of Hobbit

Photos by Lyndon Hood


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Fans were out early (some had stayed overnight) to grab a good spot for the red carpet premiere of The Hobbit at Wellington's Embassy Theatre today. Some were dressed a creatures from Middle-Earth, some were (confusingly) just Welligtonians.

More information of the schedule for The Hobbit premiere (or here, in Warner Bros' statement, which contains a number of errors in spelling of names and describe Sir Richard Taylor as "Costume Designer".)


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