Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Battle of the Five Armies -- New Photo

Like with they did for the first movie (can't remember about the second -- anyone?) Peter Jackson and Co. have released a "tapestry" photo for The Battle of the Five Armies. (Or, as I fondly think of it, There and Back Again. Infinitely easier to type.)

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First of all, I couldn't be happier with the image of Bard's silhouette facing Smaug. Looking so small compared to the dragon, but amazingly epic. As soon as I finish this, I'm going to do some cropping and add it to my computer background slideshow.

Then in the very next frame, we have "what in the world is going on?" It appears that Gandalf will be getting Galadriel into trouble. Not very nice of him.

I also really like the green section of Thorin on his throne, looking kingly and brooding and epic. And Bilbo, great as always, no surprise there.

Tauriel is looking very beat up, but Legolas is still pretty.

There's Thranduil's giant white elk again, and it also looks like one of those five armies has some giant goats at their disposal.

Then there's Thorin again in battle with his nephew's Kili and Fili, looking good.

And Bilbo in the hero shot. I am wondering about the flock (pack? swarm?) of bats above him though. I hope PJ remembered that he's already done giant bats in King Kong.

My excitement for this film has been duly kicked up another notch.

6 comments:

  1. I saw this earlier, and I agree it looks really good. It makes everything look even more epic! Can't wait to see the episode!

    By the way, for some reason, blogger is saying that I have already published a comment, and if I did, I didn't mean to yet.

    -James

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    1. Yeah, I'm just ready for it to come already! But then it'll be over, and that'll be sad.

      Huh, well, this is all I saw, so I guess blogger is just being weird again. :P

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  2. Love your review, I like how you write from your heart!!
    Nice blog, followed you:)
    June
    The Journeys' of my beating heart

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    1. Thank you June, and welcome! I've followed you back. :)

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  3. This is one awesome review of none other than The Lord of the Rings woooo!!! haha those movies are long but amazing. Love your blog!

    -M
    The Life of Little Me

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    1. Thanks and welcome, M! LOTR are awesome movies! I'm excited for the next installment of The Hobbit! :)

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