The film kicks off a new trilogy, following Jackson’s incredibly successful three films for The Lord of the Rings, and with the first instalment on the cusp of release, EW have treated us to our first look at the final film, The Hobbit: There and Back Again.
The image below gives us a new look at a familiar face in Orlando Bloom’s Legolas, with startlingly sharp eyes here. And it also gives us our very first look at Luke Evans, starring as Bard the Bowman.
“Bard is an interesting character, but [in the book] he’s kind of a random character who comes in after the fact,” says screenwriter and producer Philippa Boyens. “We take more time introducing him. We know from »
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