The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) this was a great beginning to the story of The Hobbit. The film kept an even pace that made the running time a breeze to get through. Left the viewer excited to see how the rest of the book translates to film.
Concept art for Galadriel from "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" (2012). The gown as completed for filming was a simple silk chiffon fabric with light beading, a cowl neck and a more streamlined silhouette.
Nori, brother of Ori and Dori. Played by Jed Brophy. Fun trivia, Jed Brophy was also in The Two Towers (as Sharku, an orc, who supposedly kills Aragorn, and an orc scout named Snaga) and in The Return of The King (as an orc).
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey . A prequel to the current set of LOTR movies. Its a little slow in places, but the film serves to explore the startings of each character. Storywise, its great. Special Fx, its as as good as it gets. Action: Not too much, as compared to the other LOTR movies. But a good serious movie for LOTR fans.
John Callen, Dean O'Gorman, Stephen Hunter, and Aidan Turner in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)