Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Did You See That // Desolation of Smaug the Terrible's Trailer

Oh my goodness grievous.

The absolutely awesome trailer for the next Hobbit movie was released this morning.

I'd show you the video on here, but I can't figure out how. {Heheh}

But here's the link anyway {link}. Note: it goes to a video on pinterest, and on our board for the DOS.

Oh wow, you can actually see Fili in the background. Hi Fili!

{The reason I'm happy about that, is that the guy who was going to play Fili quit whilst they were filming the Unexpected Journey, and they had to hire current Fili [Dean O'Gorman] to fill his shoes. So most of that movie you can play "See Where Fili is" because some shots of him are not current Fili}

And of course, Kili, Bilbo, Dwalin and Thorin are in this shot. Though Bilbo should be wearing his normal clothes, those that he's wearing are from Laketown. Tut tut.

[Below: Smaug admires Bilbo's feet.]

Fun note: Benedict Cumberbatch, i.e. Sherlock, voices Smaug. And you can totally tell.




  1. Wow! I didn't know that the first Fili left I thought that Dean O'Gorman was the only Fili. I don't see how some one would quit playing whoever in the Hobbit.
    Impatiently waiting for the Hobbit to come out.....

    1. Mary B: I read it on Wikipedia last year. No idea why I remembered it. It says he left for "personal" reasons. I would never leave, though :)

  2. It is my delight, darling Willow, to inform you that I, Les, have returned to this wondrous world of blogging. But do know that in my absence I have still been [silently] reading of your adventures! And how can I leave one comment on your blog without at least a single reference to LOTR/The Hobbit? ;) I simply cannot wait for December 13th! xx

    1. Wow Les, that's awesome! I'm glad you're back! I've missed your comments :)

  3. Yay!! I haven't watched this trailer yet, but I'm so excited for the movie!!!
    I nominated you for the Liebster Award:


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