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The Hobbit Trailer


Watching and rewatching this is making me incredibly happy. Especially the part where Richard Armitage sings. *quietly fangirls*

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  1. What a particularly awesome thing to have seen today. Thank you for pointing it out, Angie. Come on NEXT December! :D

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  2. I am also thrilled to death that Richard Armitage is in this movie!

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  3. Oh how I love me some geek fantasy! And Richard Armitage? Still looks good, even as a dwarf.

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  4. No surprises that the RA singing bit was my favourite part too!

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  5. Precious.....Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Ack, I HAVE to read the book before this comes out. I'm already ashamed enough that I haven't read it already. It looks amazing!

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  7. I am so there with you. I mean, with a voice like that, I figured he could sing, but...still.

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  8. Is any one else tempted to start calling him "Thorton" Oakenshield?
    So excited for this. Equally excited for June 2012 when the Hobbit and LOTR Lego sets hit the stores.

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  9. LOL - I think I need to go re-read this book so I can imagine Richard Armitage in it. I didn't know about him when I first read it years ago.
    Usually I don't like to have the movie characters in my head while I read. I like my imagination better. But in this case, I will make an exception. :)

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  10. sigh....no matter how you dress him up, you can't hide the awesome that is Richard Armitage.

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  11. Kenda, I know. A whole year . . .

    Lin, *highfive* Yay for RA!

    Melissa, lol. So true. So true.

    Marg, I knew you'd be particularly pleased with that bit. ;)

    baby, my pleasure.

    Melanie, doesn't it? And, naturally, I really do recommend the book.

    Chelle, indeed. I just . . . sigh.

    Kim, HA! That is what I am calling him from here on out.

    Misti, if ever an exception were warranted, it's now!

    Liz, you are so right.

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