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Update: Here’s 66 new photos behind-the-scenes of The Hobbit!

November 11, 2012 at 4:18 pm by Demosthenes  - 

Update: As it turns out, the images posted on the TolkienBrasil site, as well as other sites, are simply scans or iOS captures from Brian Sibley’s ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Official Movie Guide.’ Out of respect for the author and publisher, we have removed our link to the images. Please instead, pick up a physical or digital copy today! It is well worth it.  You can download a special enhanced version specifically produced for the iPad and iPhone as well. [] [iTunes]

Posted in Hobbit Movie, The Hobbit on November 11, 2012 by
Source: TolkienBrasil

Thorin Oakenshield

8 responses to “Update: Here’s 66 new photos behind-the-scenes of The Hobbit!”

  1. Oh man! Thanks for the link to these. Great detail shots on the dwarves, and the hobbit-girl outfits are wonderful!

  2. kabes says:

    They’re from the official movie guide, the ipad version. (editing out details since TORn doesn’t wanna post them)

  3. Jack Machiela says:

    Got a reddit link for us? I’d love to see them all!

  4. Catje says:

    Looking closely at the calendar photo, the name on April 10th appears to be Drogo.

  5. Jojotogi2 says:

    Was the stuff they left out screenshots from the actual film? Warners has been asking TheOneRing to not post any of the material that will appear or be heard int he film before it’s officially available to the public.

  6. kabes says:

    Well technically it’s available to the public since its in book stores and the app store.

  7. Eduardo Stark says:

    Oh man… I need to see that Photos… were can I see them?

  8. In general, we try to respect the wishes of copyright holders, sometimes initially erring on the idea that they want publicity for their work. But if we are asked to take down copyrighted material, we sort of have to.

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