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Hobbit in 5 – Benedict Cumberbatch, Larry Curtis Article.

Hobbit in 5 – Benedict Cumberbatch, Larry Curtis Article, Nori Character Study

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVYgO_49zcc
On this episode of Hobbit in 5, we discuss Benedict Cumberbatch’s role in The Hobbit, the small explosion at Stone Street Studios in NZ, the cast and crew’s involvement in the Christchurch Earthquake Relief telethon (and wish Ian McKellen a very happy birthday), and give an excerpt from Larry Curtis’s article from movies.com. We also take a look at Nori in this week’s character study.
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