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Just because Peter Jackson is holed in his native New Zealand filming pick-ups for the final two films of his Hobbit trilogy, doesn't mean he's forgotten about the fans eagerly awaiting the arrival of the second film, The Desolation of Smaug. To kick off the countdown to the movie's release on December 13, Jackson posted a first teaser poster on his official Facebook page.
Focusing once again on Martin Freeman's titular character, the poster sees Bilbo standing just outside the incredibly imposing but ruined entrance to the Lonely Mountain, aka the final destination of the first film's Unexpected Journey. The big tease here comes not in the location of our hero but in the glimpse of fire and billowing smoke at the heart of the image. That tell-tale glow seems to be the only sign Jackson's prepared to give us of the cunningly dangerous creature within.
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Now, TV Fanatic staff members Steve Marsi, Douglas Wolfe and Christine Orlando have assembled for our weekly Round Table Q&A discussion of various events and topics from this installment.
Join in as we analyze this season-ending, entertaining hour of TV's #1 show!
1. How would you describe this week in one word (or two, or three, or four)?
Doug: Together in separation.
Christine: Walk away.
2. What was your favorite quote or scene from "Damned If You Do?"
Doug: I actually laughed out loud when Franks started shooting the fish. The grin on Gibbs' face was pretty cool to see too.
Christine: Admiral Aj Chegwidden! As a fan of Jag, the show NCIS spun off from, I was positively giddy when he walked in as Gibbs attorney. These two are kindred spirits. Heck, "Aj" even stands for Albert Jethro! »
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2 items from 2013
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