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The Hobbit Extended Edition is a version of Peter Jackson 's The Hobbit film trilogy . These versions have new editing, scenes, special effects and music, and also more scenes and content than the theatrical versions.

  • An Unexpected Journey contains 13 minutes of additional footage.
  • The Desolation of Smaug contains 25 minutes of additional footage.
  • The Battle of the Five Armies contains 20 minutes of additional footage.
  • 1.1 An Unexpected Journey
  • 1.2 The Desolation of Smaug
  • 1.3 The Battle of the Five Armies

Extended scenes [ ]

In the Extended Edition, many scenes appear that don't appear in the theatrical edition. These are those scenes:

An Unexpected Journey [ ]

  • Prologue: The Fall of Erebor (Extended)
  • Mr. Baggins (Added)
  • Blunt the Knives (Extended)
  • Rivendell (Extended)
  • A Short Rest (Extended)
  • The Last Homely House (Added)
  • The White Council (Extended)
  • The Great Goblin (Extended)

The Desolation of Smaug [ ]

  • The Quest for Erebor (Extended)
  • Queer Lodgings (Added)
  • Where the Shadows Lie (Added)
  • Elven-gate (Extended)
  • Mirkwood (Extended)
  • The Master of Lake-town (Extended)
  • The World of Men (Extended)
  • The Prophecy (Extended)
  • A Warm Welcome (Extended)
  • The Parting of the Company (Extended)
  • The Lonely Mountain (Extended)
  • The Spell of Concealment (Extended)
  • Son of Thrór (Added)
  • The Enemy Revealed (Extended)

The Battle of the Five Armies [ ]

  • Bard the Dragon Slayer (Extended)
  • Attack on Dol Guldur (Extended)
  • "Summon Our Friends" (Extended)
  • The Elven-king's Aid (Extended)
  • The Night Watch (Added)
  • An Honest Burglar (Extended)
  • Dáin Ironfoot (Extended)
  • The Clouds Burst (Extended)
  • The Darkest Hour (Extended)
  • "To the King!" (Extended)
  • A Call to Arms (Extended)
  • Thorin's Plan (Extended)
  • The War Chariot (Added)
  • Courage and Cowardice (Extended)
  • An Unforeseen Remedy (Added)
  • The Battle at Ravenhill (Extended)
  • To the Death (Extended)
  • King Under the Mountain (Added)
  • Lord of the Rings
  • 3 Aragorn II

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Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit, is persuaded into accompanying a wizard and a group of dwarves on a journey to reclaim the city of Erebor and all its riches from the dragon Smaug.

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Directed by Guillermo del Toro, Peter Jackson. Starring Adam Brown, Barry Humphries, Cate Blanchett.

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  • Director ‏ : ‎ Guillermo del Toro, Peter Jackson
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  • Release date ‏ : ‎ November 5, 2013
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This is a cinematic world so fully realized that leaving it is a sad prospect.

A wonderfully satisfying fantasy adventure that not only connects to the previous films, but charts its own ground with great effectiveness.

When it comes to the fantasy genre, it really doesn't get more epic than this.

This is a film for true Tolkien connoisseurs.

In the end you're left wondering how it went that way, and how in the hell are they going to squeeze two more movies out of this?

'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' is an expected journey that radiates entertainment, majesty and wonder. [Full review in Spanish]

While it doesn't have the same sense of urgency and darkness as the LOTR trilogy, An Unexpected Journey is a fun and welcomed adventure, filled with humor, spectacular visuals and great action sequences. [Full review in Spanish]

Despite a few minor flaws, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is a superb (and suitably epic) addition to Peter Jackson's past adaptations of Tolkien's work. See it in 3D and 48fps for the ultimate experience.

It feels more scattershot than Jackson's prior films, a pastiche of set pieces that don't add up to a unified story.

It feels much like a gentler, more humorous and watered-down version of The Fellowship of the Ring.

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  • Genre : Action, Fantasy, Drama
  • Release Date : December 14, 2012
  • Languages : English
  • Captions : English, Spanish
  • Audio Format : 5.1

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The theatrical cut of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey already feels like an extended edition, but it turns out there's plenty more footage to expand the first film of the The Hobbit trilogy.  Personally, I wouldn't mind getting to know more about the individual dwarves, but it doesn't look like there will be much of that.  As far as the dwarves go, Peter Jackson tells Empire, "You are going to get some serious Dwarvish disrespect of the elves at Rivendell."  There will also be more time spent at some of the film's key locales.  "You are going to get more of Hobbiton," says producer / co-writer Philippa Boyens . "We always wanted to wend our way through Hobbiton, but in the end Bilbo has to run out of the door."  I think we're all pretty familiar with Hobbiton, so I'm not sure where else there is to go.  Co-writer Fran Walsh adds that we'll also be spending more time in the Goblin Town and hear the Great Goblin sing his song.  "It is a great song," says Walsh, "but it was just another delay in terms of moving the story along."

Hit the jump for what else will be included on the extended edition, and how it will tie in to the next movie, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug , which opens on December 13th.  The extended edition is expected to arrive sometime in November.

Speaking to Empire , Jackson says:

"We are putting things in the extended cut that are going to play straight into the second film," explains Jackson, "like this character Girion, who is defending [the city of] Dale using black arrows against Smaug. And the black arrows play a part in an ongoing story, for they are the one thing that can pierce the dragon's hide." "There are also issues with [king of the elves] Thranduil (Lee Pace)," Jackson adds. "We get some of the reason why he and the dwarves had a falling out - to do with these white gems..."

Even though I found An Unexpected Journey to be a bit of a disappointment, I'm still curious to see how the extended edition plays in relation to Desolation of Smaug .  I imagine that things like the black arrows and the white gems will be reiterated similar to the way Jackson handled Lembas bread in the extended edition of Fellowship of the Ring and the theatrical cut of The Two Towers .

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Tuesday brings the Blu-ray release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Extended Edition . Ever since The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring , director Peter Jackson has been releasing one version of each of his Tolkien films theatrically, reserving a longer version for DVD. In the case of the Lord of the Rings films, when one book equalled one movie, the extra few time helped flesh out the stories and improved already fantastic films.

Since The Hobbit , which is shorter than any of the Lord of the Rings books, has already been stretched into three films, the theatrical version itself feels quite long and drawn out . Adding 13 minutes might not sound like the best thing and, in terms of pacing, it's not. The Extended Edition additions, which are largely in the beginning and middle sections of the film, make a long movie feel eternal. On their own though, there are some great scenes in there including some ominous teases to The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Read about the extended scenes below.

The additions start quickly, in the prologue that gives background to the dwarves. We see Lee Pace' s elf-king Thranduil a bit earlier, helping give context to the feud between elves and dwarves. This is something that plays into all six movies so while it's an interesting addition, later scenes serve the same purpose.

We also learn a bit more about Thorin's ( Richard Armitage ) time between losing the Lonely Mountain and setting off as the quest. He does a few odd jobs and while the scene is incredibly short, I felt it added some depth to the character.

Next, there's a brief scene of Bilbo ( Martin Freeman ) as a child, playing with Gandalf (Ian McKellen ). This is also a welcome addition. The Hobbit is Bilbo's story, yet in the theatrical cut we only see the homebody Bilbo, never the playful character Gandalf refers to. This quick scene serves that purpose.

In a scene that serves very little purpose, however, Bilbo is avoiding Gandalf at the market and buys the fish he later tries to eat for dinner. (He purchases it from a Hobbit played by Eric Vespe of Ain't It Cool News.) It's a funny scene but we didn't really need to know where he got the fish.

With all these additions, it now takes about 43 minutes from the start of the film to Bilbo's decision to go on the quest. The film remains largely the same for the next hour or so while until the group finally arrives at Rivendell to seek the council of Elrond ( Hugo Weaving ).

The dinner scene, where the dwarves complain about green food, has a bunch of new bits. First up, Kili ( Aidan Turner ) flirts with one of the Elf girls, then mistakes a male for a female, which gets all the dwarves to laugh at him. Bofur ( James Nesbitt ) then leads the group in the first of several song additions lasting about a minute or so. Both scenes are cute, but unnecessary.

For the rest of this section, the film adds a lot of Bilbo exploring Rivendell, helping establish what will become a lifelong fascination with the place. The first such scene sees him walk by the the shards of Narsil and a painting of Sauron having the ring cut off. He lingers for a second as the camera zooms in on the ring in the painting. While this is a nice link between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings , the actual purpose of the ring is so far away in terms of story, this was a wise cut. Bilbo has no idea the consequences that will follow him taking the ring from Gollum later in the film. Even a suggestion he knows what the ring is distracts from the story. The scene itself is great, but doesn't really help The Hobbit as a whole.

Bilbo later chats with Elrond about Rivendell, and they playfully rib one and other about their place in the world. Elrond then tells Bilbo he can stay there whenever he likes, an offer he of course takes up about 60 years later.

In the next added scene Lindir ( Bret McKenzie ) complains the dwarves are stretching the resources of Rivendell. It then cuts to a long shot (so no closeups) of the dwarves bathing, naked in a fountain. It's very funny.

As Bilbo does some more exploring, he overhears Gandalf and Elrond talking about the extreme risk and dangers in this quest. How the dragon Smaug could do some very bad things and other people (who we'll see in later films) will not be okay with the dwarves trying to take back the mountain. Bilbo is then joined by Thorin, so they both hear the concerns.

Once Saruman ( Christopher Lee ) comes to Rivendell to talk with Gandalf, they now talk about the legend of the rings and "The One" having gone missing long ago. Saruman flat out says the other rings are pointless without the ring of power and they believe it washed out to sea. Again, as a fan of the original films, these connections are incredibly cool, but considering the main story of The Hobbit has yet to even begin at this point, looking too far ahead is a distraction.

That's the final addition in Rivendell, and by the time the dwarves sneak out, the movie has been going on for 110 minutes.

From there, the film then goes back on the theatrical track for a little bit until the dwarves are captured by the Goblins. The Goblin King is so excited by the event, he sings a brand new song which he says he wrote himself. "Catchy, isn't it?" It actually is, but it feels a little too Return of the Jedi . Meaning it's cute, but ultimately takes away from the tension of the scene.

Right after that, when the King asks the dwarves why they're there, a few of the them come up with humorous improvs as a way to protect the fact Thorin is among them. Then, of course, he shows himself, which is in the film.

And that's it. The battle afterward is the same, the Gollum riddle game is the same, and the film ends exactly the same.

If you are a fan of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey , the extended edition has some very interesting additions. Overall, though, they hinder an already poorly paced film. Of course the set also comes with two full discs of extras that are likely incredibly awesome so it might be worth buying just for those.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Extended Edition is out November 5 .

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Peter Jackson has never attempted to inject brevity into his Middle-earth films. The Lord of the Rings trilogy clocked in at over nine hours across three films, and Jackson then released extended cuts that pushed the running time up even further. However, those extended editions were celebrated by fans — rather than using poorly-produced deleted scenes, Jackson wove a significant amount of material seamless back into his movies, complete with full special effects and a rewritten score. Now, Jackson and Warner Bros. have formally announced he's doing the same for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

It's not a surprise, as Jackson has mentioned the possibility of extended Hobbit cuts pretty frequently (most recently when he liveblogged his last day shooting the trilogy ), but now we know all the details behind the upcoming release. On November 5th, you'll be able to pick up an extended cut of the film on Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, or DVD with an extra 13 minutes of footage as well as a whopping nine hours of bonus material covering pre-production, shooting, digital effects, and much more. It's quite a bit less added footage than Jackson put back into his Lord of the Rings films — but The Hobbit was already stretched pretty thin . We're glad to see Jackson not force too much footage back in for the sake of a big number on the box.

While some may question the need for a longer running time for the first Hobbit film at all, the die-hard fans this package targets surely won't mind spending a little more time in Middle-earth, and the bonus features should be another big attraction. The Lord of the Rings extended cuts contained similarly extensive behind-the-scenes features and pretty much set the standard for showing how movies are made from conception all the way to release. If you're not the kind of person who cares about physical media or packaging, you'll be able to pick up a digital copy on October 22nd. Those who wait for the disc versions will also get an Ultraviolet copy of the movie, as well.

If you want to spoil the content of one of those 13 precious new minutes, Yahoo has an exclusive clip which you can see below.

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Great Goblin : What are you going to do now, wizard?

[Gandalf pokes him in the eye with his walking stick, then slashes his belly open with his sword. The Great Goblin grabs his belly, looks down at his belly. then back up at Gandalf]

Great Goblin : That'll do it.

[Gandalf slashes his throat, then he falls into the crevice]

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Gandalf's Most Important Lesson for Frodo in The Lord of the Rings

  • Mercy and pity were some of the most important themes in The Lord of the Rings .
  • Bilbo, Frodo, and Sam all chose to spare Gollum's life, which allowed for the One Ring's destruction.
  • J. R. R. Tolkien saw war as a necessary evil, and he did not glorify bloodshed.

Most of The Lord of the Rings ' heroes were excellent warriors. The likes of Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, Gandalf, and Boromir cut down countless Orcs and other monsters over the course of the War of the Ring; even the hobbits engaged in some fighting. Despite this, the story did not glorify bloodshed. J. R. R. Tolkien's novel often skipped over the specific details of its many battles, focusing instead on the devastating aftermath. Tolkien was a veteran of World War I, and he lost many of his closest friends to the conflict, so he knew that war was not as glorious as the ancient legends he loved so much made it seem.

Peter Jackson's film adaptations put more emphasis on fight scenes and pulse-pounding action, but they still did not glorify violence for the sake of violence. Two of the main themes in The Lord of the Rings were mercy and pity. Even when they were tempted, the heroes did not kill their enemies other than in the heat of battle -- aside from the Mouth of Sauron in the extended edition of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King . The destruction of the One Ring was only possible because Bilbo, Frodo, and Sam sympathized with those who opposed them and chose the path of nonviolence. Gandalf played a major part in instilling these virtues in Frodo, which was one of his most important actions in the story.

Gandalf Taught Frodo the Importance of Pity

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The themes of mercy and pity were most obvious as they pertained to Gollum. In The Hobbit novel and Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey , Bilbo needed to escape Gollum's cave after winning the game of riddles. He was armed with Sting and invisible thanks to the One Ring , so he considered killing Gollum on the way out. However, as he looked upon Gollum, he felt sorry for the strange monster. In the chapter "Riddles in the Dark" from the novel, "A sudden understanding, a pity mixed with horror, welled up in Bilbo’s heart: a glimpse of endless unmarked days without light or hope of betterment, hard stone, cold fish, sneaking and whispering." Bilbo therefore spared the miserable creature's life, risking his own in the process. He jumped over Gollum, nearly "cracking his skull" on the ceiling of the cave, and ran to safety before Gollum could catch him.

Frodo and Gandalf discussed this event early in The Lord of the Rings . In the chapter "The Shadow of the Past" from The Fellowship of the Ring , Frodo believed that Gollum deserved death and said Bilbo should have killed him all those years ago. Gandalf replied with one of the most important quotes from Tolkien's entire legendarium:

Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgement. For even the very wise cannot see all ends... My heart tells me that he has some part to play yet, for good or ill, before the end; and when that comes, the pity of Bilbo may rule the fate of many -- yours not least.

Frodo took Gandalf's words to heart, as he showed mercy to Gollum throughout The Lord of the Rings , even when Sam did not want to. Frodo realized that Gollum was a victim of the One Ring much like himself, and he did not wish to add to his suffering.

The Hobbits' Mercy Saved Middle-earth

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  • Gandalf's viewpoint may have been influenced by Nienna, the Lady of Pity, a Vala with whom Gandalf spent much time in Valinor before coming to Middle-earth.
  • In the film, Gandalf and Frodo's discussion about Bilbo showing mercy to Gollum occurred in Moria instead of Bag End.
  • By the end of The Lord of the Rings , Frodo did not even want to carry a sword, as he was staunchly against violence.

Sam was not nearly as kind to Gollum. He intuited that Gollum posed a threat to Frodo, so he distrusted him and took every chance to insult him. On the slopes of Mount Doom, Sam had an opportunity to kill Gollum, but he felt the same sense of pity that Bilbo had experienced in The Hobbit . In the chapter "Mount Doom" from The Return of the King , Tolkien wrote that Sam's "mind was hot with wrath and the memory of evil," yet he could not bring himself to murder a scared, tormented creature. At that point in the story, Sam had carried the One Ring , though only briefly, which gave him a greater understanding of Gollum's struggle. Jackson's film framed this scene as Sam simply ignoring Gollum so that he could help Frodo in the Cracks of Doom, but he still refrained from killing Gollum when he easily could have done so. Ultimately, Frodo could not destroy the One Ring , but Gollum inadvertently completed the hobbits' mission by stealing the One Ring and falling with it into the lava. If Bilbo, Frodo or Sam had chosen violence, this outcome would have been impossible, and Sauron would have dominated Middle-earth. Gollum never redeemed himself, but that did not stop others from giving him the chance.

The themes of mercy and pity applied to another vile character in The Lord of the Rings : Gríma Wormtongue. He was one of the story's most reprehensible Men. He manipulated King Théoden , openly lusted after Éowyn even when she made it clear that he disgusted her, and indirectly caused countless deaths by cooperating with Saruman. Despite all of this, Théoden let him live in The Two Towers -- a choice that Aragorn needed to convince him of in the film. He even gave Wormtongue a chance to regain his trust by fighting alongside the Rohirrim, though Wormtongue was too cowardly to accept this offer. Like Gollum, the choice to spare Wormtongue had positive consequences in the long run. He ended up killing Saruman either during the Scouring of the Shire in the novel or after the Last March of the Ents in the film. He did so for personal reasons, but it still removed one of the greatest threats to the peace and safety of the Free Peoples of Middle-earth. In the novel, his act also allowed the hobbits to keep their hands clean, which was important to Frodo.

Violence Was Not the Point of The Lord of the Rings

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If Sauron won The War of the Ring, an ominous passage dictates what the dark future of Middle-eath would have been like.

  • In the novel, Frodo seemingly cursed Gollum to fall into the lava.
  • In a letter, Tolkien speculated that Gollum might have purposefully sacrificed himself to destroy the One Ring if he had not fallen out with Frodo and Sam.
  • Tolkien often capitalized the words Mercy and Pity to emphasize their importance.

Gollum and Wormtongue were not the only villains whom the heroes spared. The Elves usually treated their prisoners, including Orcs, humanely . After the Battle of Helm's Deep, the Rohirrim allowed the Dunlendings who had fought on Saruman's side to go free, after which Tolkien never made mention of the Dunlendings troubling Rohan. Aragorn pardoned the Easterlings and Haradrim after the War of the Ring, ushering in an era of peace across Middle-earth. The Valar even gave the Dark Lords Sauron and Morgoth second chances. Showing mercy to dangerous individuals was risky, and in some cases, it led to further death and destruction, but The Lord of the Rings conveyed that it was a risk worth taking.

Tolkien was not a pacifist. He believed that war was sometimes a necessary evil to prevent greater evils such as tyranny. A quote from Faramir , a character to whom Tolkien deeply related, encapsulated this viewpoint. In the chapter "The Window on the West" from The Two Towers , Faramir told Frodo:

War must be, while we defend our lives against a destroyer who would devour all; but I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness, nor the warrior for his glory. I love only that which they defend.

The last word was especially pertinent, as throughout the War of the Ring, the forces of Sauron were nearly always the aggressors. Even the Battle of the Black Gate , which the Free Peoples of Middle-earth instigated, had the goal of protecting Frodo by distracting Sauron. Though Tolkien wrote about and even praised mighty warriors like Aragorn, they were not the focus of his stories; there was a reason that he chose peaceful folk from the Shire as the protagonists of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings . The overarching themes of mercy and pity made Tolkien's legendarium resonate in a way that many other fantasy epics have failed to.

The Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings is a series of epic fantasy adventure films and television series based on J. R. R. Tolkien's novels. The films follow the adventures of humans, elves, dwarves, hobbits and more in Middle-earth.

Created by J.R.R. Tolkien

First Film The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring

Latest Film The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Upcoming Films The Lord of The Rings: The War of The Rohirrim

First TV Show The Lord of the Rings The Rings of Power

Latest TV Show The Lord of the Rings The Rings of Power

First Episode Air Date September 1, 2022

Cast Charlie Vickers, Liv Tyler, Hugo Weaving, Sean Astin, Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Sean Bean, Andy Serkis, Richard Armitage, Martin Freeman, Cate Blanchett, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Morfydd Clark, Billy Boyd, Orlando Bloom, Viggo Mortensen, Miranda Otto, John Rhys-Davies, Dominic Monaghan

Character(s) Sauron, Gollum

Video Game(s) The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of The Rings: Battle For Middle-Earth 2, The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age, The Lord Of The Rings: Battle For Middle-Earth, LEGO Lord of the Rings , Lord of the Rings Online, The Lord Of The Rings: Gollum, The Lord of the Rings: War in the North

Genre Action-Adventure, Fantasy

Where to Stream Max, Hulu, Prime Video

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