First Photos From Hobbit Are Intrigueing To Say The Least

Entertainment Weekly has done it again by being the first to have the new photos from The Hobbit movie. Some of which are from the actual movie and include Martin Freeman as the main character, himself.

The amazing imagery portrayed in this photo should make fans of the book expressly excited. The photo seems to be showing the initial scene from which we learn that Bilbo Baggins is needed on a very long, dangerous journey.

Peter Jackson was definitely excited by Freeman’s likeness to the character

‘He fits the ears, and he’s got some very nice feet,” Jackson says of his Bilbo. ”I think he’s got the biggest hobbit feet we’ve had so far. They’re a little bit hard to walk in, but he’s managed to figure out the perfect hobbit gait.” ‘

It is said that Gandalf will have a much bigger role in this film and possibly have even more chances to show how much of a bad-ass he truly is.

Peter Jackson said:

“He’s in fantastic form,” Peter Jackson says of McKellen. ”In a way, his role in The Hobbit has more technical difficulties than Lord of the Rings did, because he has scenes with 14 smaller characters — obviously the dwarves and the hobbit are shorter… I remember saying to him [laughs], ”Look, this isn’t Waiting for Godot or King Lear. This is The Hobbit. This is the real thing.”

Do the new photos get you as stoked as it does us? Tell us in the comments.

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