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Warner Bros. confirms Hobbit extended edition

October 4, 2012 at 10:11 am by Altaira  - 

Thanks to Ringer Oleander Took for spotting this in the Warner Bros. press release today regarding their 90th anniversary slate of offerings:

“And finally, among the new films you can expect on Blu-ray and DVD in 2013 are The Wachowskis’ Cloud Atlas and – officially confirmed here for the first time – Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – Extended Edition (Q4). One suspects a theatrical cut will be released earlier in 2013, following the home video release pattern of the previous Lord of the Rings films. And it’s reasonable to suspect that a Blu-ray 3D version will be forthcoming as well.”

Great news for Peter Jackson, Tolkien and movie fans everywhere! Join us in the speculation about which scenes will be in the theatrical release and which we’ll have to wait for the extended edition to see. Hobbit Discussion board, Barliman’s Chat, facebook, TwitterRead More…

Posted in Blu-Ray, DVDs, Hobbit Movie, Merchandise, The Hobbit on October 4, 2012 by

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6 responses to “Warner Bros. confirms Hobbit extended edition”

  1. SomeBoddy says:


  2. jonD02 says:

    Dudes, your image says “The Unexpected Journey” but the actual title is “An Unexpected Journey”.

  3. weevil17 says:

    really didn’t expect this after the announced three movies. so happy about it. lets hope they do like LOTR and include appendices.

  4. Mark Sommer says:

    Hmmm… The above quote doesn’t sound like it’s from the Press Release. It sounds like third-party speculation. Is there a full version of the Release available anywhere? I have not been able to find it on the Internet.

  5. When all the hoo-ha is over, I would like to see an edit of the 3 films into one, say, 3 hour movie that was just the events of the book, as written; a “Condensed Edition” if you will.

  6. Joshua Gluck says:

    …so they have enough material from one book to not only stretch it out into three movies…but also to make extended versions of these movies as well?

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