The premiere of “An Unexpected Journey” takes place.

'The Hobbit' Premiere: Cinema Release in Germany 2012, Promising Cinematic Trailer – About 100,000 fans packed into New Zealand's capital Wellington for the cinematic premiere of 'The Little Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey'.

Cinema release of The Hobbit premieres in Germany

Fans often dress as wizards, dwarves, goblins, or halflings.

“An Unexpected Journey” is a prequel to “The Lord of the Rings”

The current film, An Unexpected Journey, is essentially the first prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

This tells how Bilbo Baggins, already known from previous Shire adaptations, receives the Ring with the dwarves.

Film director Peter Jackson implemented the plot of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” using 3D technology.

“The Hobbit”: double frame rate

“The Hobbit” will be the first film with dual frame rates. Accordingly, 48 images are generated per second, making cinematic action look more realistic and smooth.

Viewers can judge for themselves whether the new film can build on the success of the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, which won 17 Oscars, when it opens in cinemas in Germany on December 13, 2012.

Then “The Hobbit” comes to German cinemas. New Zealand fans are already excited, even though they haven't seen the movie yet.

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However, there are also initial criticisms. Premiere guests are allowed to talk about the new film only until American critics have seen and judged it.

What has been learned so far is that the special effects were particularly successful, there will be an exciting plot and the filming of the scenes was particularly successful.

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It was also learned that the duration of the film is more than two and a half hours. The story of “The Hobbit” was written by J. R. R. Tolkien about 20 years before the story of “The Lord of the Rings.”

There are said to be many battle scenes in “The Hobbit,” although at least ten of them are rather funny. What is particularly noteworthy is that the New Zealand landscape is shown well in the film. The new film ends roughly in the sixth chapter of the book of the same name.

The plan aims to turn the book into a film in three parts. Parts two and three are scheduled to be released next year and the year after.

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