The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Teaser

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Fans had a long Comic-Con panel Saturday * and a preview of the third and final film of The Hobbit, but it seems that Peter Jackson and company do not want to wait general public. So here we have this theatrical initial challenge The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies, which will end the trilogy of The Hobbit into three parts on December 11, 2014 Warner Bros. (Time Warner, Inc.) version has little to show financially in terms of Peter Jackson in the middle of the franchise of the Earth, although it will be all-but-surely help Warner Bros. end the year on a positive note after a less-then-spectacular summer season relatively quiet fall (more or less if the spin-off Conuring Annabelle plays more like US Marshals). Of course, back in the old days (the 1990s and early 2000s), which was the top of a tent pole.

People like to complain that The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug earned less than The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, but $ 258 million domestic take of the sequel is bigger than anything else in 2014 and its sad and pathetic $ 952m is just a touch rough in Transformers: Age of Extinction ($ 966m) but otherwise around $ 200 million ahead of anything else in 2014 that all your failures be this tragic. The interesting thing about this third film is how little is at stake. While New Line Cinema version is not "free", this is the third film in a series that only have two images supppsed therein.

Much of the filming for this third picture material was merely material that was recorded during the initial production for what was supposed to be the double Hobbit film adaptation until Peter Jackson allegedly decided he had enough material for three films. Yes contracts had to be renegotiated with various talents and yes shoot additional days are required, but I would say any extra charges for the third image is likely to be made by the end of the Christmas holidays. If by some strange chance and insane this third film tanks (say, less than $ 500 worldwide), Warner Bros. already had two installments made a $ 1.1 billion and $ 958m worldwide, respectively, for the trilogy. This third entry almost counts as a freebie in terms of financial risk.
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