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  1. Entertainment

    Ian McKellen Continues to Be the Best, Shows up Unannounced to Midnight Hobbit Screening

    We already know that, in his spare time, Ian McKellen likes to run around New York taking ridiculous pictures with his BFF Patrick Stewart. So what, did we all just expect him to sit around at home while the The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug opened last weekend? Of course he was going to crash some theater's midnight screening.

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  2. Entertainment

    Never Get Lost on Your Way to Erebor Again with This Interactive Middle Earth Map

    Google Maps has been good to us nerds. First there was their Street view tour of Diagon Alley, located at the Warner Brothers studios in England. Then there was the Street view TARDIS easter egg, located... well, wherever the hell it wants, because it's a time machine. Now they've given us an interactive map of Middle Earth to play around with.

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  3. Entertainment

    Check Out This Awesome (And informative!) Middle Earth Travel Guide

    The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smug is only a month away from being released, so it's time to get obsessed with Middle Earth all over again. In order to get us reacquainted with Tolkien's magical realm, HRS UK put together this lovely travel guide so you won't find yourself saying the wrong thing to the locals.

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    The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Teaser Trailer Redone Entirely With LEGO [Video]

    Say what you want about the fact that they're squeezing The Hobbit into three movies, but that trailer for The Desolation of Smaug looked pretty impressive. Wanna know what's even more impressive? Brotherhood Workshop did a dead-on-balls accurate, shot-for-shot remake of the whole thing in HD. LEGO Thranduil's paper-clip elk crown, man. It's so frickin' majestic.

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    The Hobbit Trilogy Watch: Part 2 Gets a Name, Part 3 Dated

    As everyone already knows, Peter Jackson has split up his production of The Hobbit into a trilogy, instead of just two movies like he initially planned. That's old news. Now that he's ripped that band-aid off, Jackson has released the new trajectory of the trilogy, including names for both the second and third parts of the series, and the release date for the last movie.  Not much has changed about the first two movies; both films are coming out the same day as Jackson originally planned. Not everything about the second movie is as it was, though. Now that it isn't the final movie in the series, "The Hobbit: Part Deux" has a new, Smaug-ier name.

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