The Hobbit: The Battle Of Five Armies Trailer

Nov 7, 2014

Category: Entertainment

Well, here we go… it’s time for the last of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit films, and perhaps his last cinematic dealings with Middle-earth ever. Ahead of its Dec. 17 opening, Warner Bros., New Line and MGM have released the final trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, and it looks chock full of fantasy action.

The 2:33 clip features dwarves battling hideous orcs, sweeping shots of armies going to war, cities on fire, thousands of arrows flying across the air, and that trademark epic feel that Jackson’s flms have had, dating back to Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, which is now – damn – 13 years old. Ian McKellen is back as Gandalf, and in the trailer proclaims, “You have but one question to ask yourselves: How shall this day end?” Let’s just hope the movie ends before three hours.

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