The Lord Of The Rings fans can rejoice as the franchise is back with the prequel to the blockbuster trilogy. The Hobbit is the tale ...
Bilbo Baggins (played Martin Freeman) journeys to the Lonely Mountain with a vigorous group of Dwarves to reclaim a treasure stolen from them by the ...
Like all the other films from the franchise, The Hobbit has also been directed by ace filmmaker Peter Jackson.
The Hobbit is a prequel to the Lord Of The Rings series and it's about the escapades of Frodo's uncle Bilbo Baggins.
The Hobbit will once again see Cate Blanchett playing the Great Elven woman Galadriel.
The mighty wizard Gandalf is played by none other than Ian McKellen.
In this picture, elves King Elrond is seen in the foreground, while Galadriel and Gandalf stand in the background.
Sly and slimy Gollum will be seen in this LOTR franchise The Hobbit too.
Peter Jackson's The Hobbit has exceeded the milestone of $500 million in worldwide earnings since its December 12 release, announced the film's production companies this week.
In just two weeks, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Voyage has earned $523.7M, with $179.7M from the US and $344M from international markets. The epic Middle-earth fantasy sold a record number of tickets in Australia on its release day there.
The journey of the Hobbit doesn't end there, but it will be a difficult one if the film is to see the same results as Peter Jackson's previous Tolkien trilogy, The Lord of the Rings. That series's first installment, The Fellowship of the Ring, brought in $870M, less than The Two Towers ($924M) and The Return of the King. The final episode generated more than $1.1 billion, for the sixth-best worldwide box office performance of all time.