Dec 7, 2013

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A look inside Beorn’s House

With just a week to go until The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug hits theaters, Denny’s has posted an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Beorn’s house. Have a look.

  1. MarineJane says:

    What a beautiful home to live in! The wood is cleverly carved, I hope I can get a house like that one day! #nerdForLife

  2. Hadrielia Undomiel says:

    I hope so much that, in the movie, Gandalf will introduce the dwarves to Beorn in the same way as he does in the book… I find that one of the most typical and astonishing moments.. it would be a pitty when they would change that, I guess.
    But anyhow, the house looks terrific!

    xxxx greets from Belgium.. still only five days until the big release! I’ve already bought my tickets!! 😀

  3. That looks amazing! I can’t wait the 5 days to see it in the film!!!! SO EXCITED!

  4. Best Birthday Pesent EVER!!! (and yes, Gollum, this does include the Ring.)

  5. i cant wait till the movie comes out:-) i hope they do it by the book also! my favourate dwarf is bofur.

  6. I wish I could walk in there!!

  7. Amazing!The new film is a masterpiece of Cinema. Your work is amazing! It’s like a dream, a fairy tale! Congratulations. My best wishes for a huge box office success, from Greece!

  8. Luke Skywalker says:

    I’m so excited!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

  9. Well the long awaited release date has come and gone and after seeing this tripe, I wish I had kept my money in my pocket. No one who has read the book and enjoyed it could fathom the ridiculous changes PeterHead Jackson made. Where is this dangerous dragon that can kill so easily. He let a pack of dwarves and a hobbit run willy nilly through his lair unable to kill even one of them. In the book we see a nail biting exchange of wits between Bilbo and Smaug, but not in PeterHead Jackson’s world. Apparently a gaggle of midgets can steal and run amuck under the very feet of this scary dragon and suffer no harm. And why did they keep saying, “we are trapped,” and, “there is no way out”? Hey! PeterHead, how about the secret door and tunnel they came in? And speaking of secret door, why did the light of Durin’s Day have to be changed? Must you put your own twist on everything? Try to think beyond your incredible ego. J.R.R. Tolkien wrote the story, not peterhead jackson. Everything about this movie was wonderful except your runaway rewrites. Well no worries. In a few decades a real director will do the story justice.

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