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Four character posters for the midnight IMAX screenings of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

11.28.2012
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For that who will be taking the journey to the midnight IMAX screenings of Peter Jackson's THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY next month, a special treat awaits you; that of four separate IMAX posters, featuring Bilbo, Gandalf, Thorin, and Gollum, each rendered in a stylish, artistic fashion befitting of the IMAX exclusive poster venue.  The film premiered in New Zealand yesterday to much acclaim, and actor Martin Freeman who plays Bilbo thinks it may be the best yet. “He’s done it again,” Freeman said in an interview on the red carpet. “If it’s possible, it’s probably even better than The Lord of the Rings. I think he’s surpassed it.”

Here's the IMAX exclusive posters:

THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY is going to start hauling in money by the boatload when it opens everywhere on December 14, 2012.

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Extra Tidbit: Are you going out of your way to see this in 48 fps or does it matter to you at all?

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2:35PM on 11/28/2012
I thought being in London for when the movie comes out would be a good thing. British producers and tons of British actors, you'd think the movie would be a big deal here. But i'm finding almost no theater in London is showing the movie in HFR and most are only showing it on 1 screen, meaning there are very few seats. Not to mention that here you have to pick a seat when you buy a ticket, it's not first come/first serve like it is in the States. There are no midnight showings here either, which
I thought being in London for when the movie comes out would be a good thing. British producers and tons of British actors, you'd think the movie would be a big deal here. But i'm finding almost no theater in London is showing the movie in HFR and most are only showing it on 1 screen, meaning there are very few seats. Not to mention that here you have to pick a seat when you buy a ticket, it's not first come/first serve like it is in the States. There are no midnight showings here either, which is always the best part to me. Being the first to see the movie and surrounded by fans as enthusiastic and appreciative as you. I'm still gonna see it opening weekend, but i have to settle for lesser quality. One of the first things i do when i get back to NYC is see the movie in 3D Imax at 48FPS and Atmos sound
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2:40PM on 11/28/2012
I also hate that i know more about the going on the film industry and local cinema scene than any of the people who work at the theaters.
I also hate that i know more about the going on the film industry and local cinema scene than any of the people who work at the theaters.
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