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Submitted by MrBeasticles 1026d ago | news

The Hobbit Premiere to Take Place in ‘Middle Earth’

BBC:
Next month's world premiere of The Hobbit will see New Zealand's capital Wellington renamed Middle Earth, after the film's fictional setting.

The city will spend 1.1 million New Zealand dollars (£557,800) preparing for the event on 28 November.

The film is the first in a trilogy, with director Peter Jackson returning to JRR Tolkien's novels after his hit adaptations of Lord Of The Rings. (Cinema, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey)

Saviior95  +   1026d ago
Sorry hes not at his PC at this moment but he will be fixing shortly.
Saviior95  +   1025d ago
can someone remove the these comments.
calibann  +   1025d ago
What comments?
Saviior95  +   1025d ago
My ones above, the guy that posted this works with me and the link was originally to my site but its been redirected to BBC now.
twsty  +   1025d ago
sick

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