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New dwarf-centric movie poster debuts on Facebook

September 27, 2012 at 1:02 pm by Altaira  - 

A new movie poster for “The Hobbit: an Unexpected Journey just debuted on the official Hobbit Movie Facebook page. The new poster is all about dwarves, dwarves and more dwarves. In fact, they managed to get all thirteen of them in the poster. All of them are very much in character which is that much more encouraging that Peter Jackson and crew will be able to pull of the challenging accomplishment of distinguishing thirteen major characters (and then some) and make them unique and memorable for the audience. What do you think the poster says about each of the dwarves’ personalities? Join us in our chatroom, on our facebook page or on our Hobbit Movie discussion board and let us know!

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2 responses to “New dwarf-centric movie poster debuts on Facebook”

  1. Tuor son of Huor says:

    They look great, although some of the noses look very prosthetic-y, especially Oin’s.

  2. jond02 says:

    Looks a little too Hollywood – they look like they are a movie cast winking at the audience. Bombor eating food? Really? I want to feel like I’m seeing a historically based movie, like LOTR. The characters of the Hobbit have been doing way too much posing for the camera so far. They need to get back to work and make a movie worthy of JRR Tolkien.

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