Warner Bros. Belgium has debuted an extended 13-minute featurette for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, to whet your appetite for this Middle Earth adventure next weekend. Cast members Martin Freeman, Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, and Richard Armitage talk about their experience in making this big-screen adventure in this video, which is being used as an international TV special. Director Peter Jackson also reveals an interesting factoid that they spent 266 days in principal photography on all three movies, the exact number of days he used to make The Lord of the Rings trilogy. In addition, a new photo has debuted from Entertainment Weekly's tablet edition with a first look at the third movie in this trilogy The Hobbit: There and Back Again, featuring Luke Evans as Bard and The Lord of the Rings star Orlando Bloom as the archer elf Legolas.
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