Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Skywalker, Mar 21, 2011.
Sounds pretty good to me.
No, no, no, actually the technical term is "icantfuckingwait!"
"The Hobbit" trailer to premiere on December 20th.
Also, speaking of "squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"...
Spoiler: Empire Magazine feature
Only 3 days till the trailer then. It's getting closer!
That picture... *swoon* (in a Tolkien fan way, don't look at me that way)
Can't wait for Peter Jackson's The Hobbit? No prob, the Russians have got you covered: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=My8FH77tgNg
Wow, it kinda looks like a Sid & Marty Krofft version!
Here are some images from Total Film Magazine's upcoming issue in February, which will include a feature on The Hobbit:
And here's a high res version of that pic from Empire Magazine (click the thumbnail):
All together now: squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!
ETA (no pun intended): Warner Bros. announced on their Facebook page that the trailer will debut tonight (December 20) at 7 PM PST!
How many times can I say icantfuckingwait until it properly sinks in?
Damn, I can't wait.
I'll say it once more for you.
I thought it was supposed to be up on ITunes Trailers at 7:00PST?
I managed to find a Youtube link.
MERRY FRAKKING CHRISTMAS, PEOPLE!
Follow the link for glorious 1080p!
ETA: Damn you, Brandonv!
I loooooooooooooooooooooove it!!!!!!!
I was honestly not particularly excited about this movie, but that was a great trailer. I love the singing!
Well I watched it on apple actually at 6:50 PST, so they started it at some point before 7.
They are probably how shall we put it buried at the moment.
Squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllll!!! I absolutely loved it. Have to admit to tearing up during the trailer. I can't wait until next December.
ohmygodohmygodohmygod! Loved it!
I hate to wait a year..... I mean Trek was always my first love (as media goes) and I still love, love it. But LoTR (book and Film) were so superior in every way to what Trek has done. Just, just can't wait to see how the Hobbit turns out.
Loved the use of the song, something that was a huge part of the books, but not much a part of Lord of the Rings (though they did include some), worked far better then I would have ever thought.
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