Info on the Extended Editions of THAUJ–and some Thorin *thud*


At long last, info on the Extended Editions of the film starring that hottie dwarf we all love  . . . from The One Ring Net. 😀



Features a 13-Minute Longer Cut and 
 Nearly Nine Hours of New Special Features Burbank, Calif., July 31, 2013 – Fans of Middle-earth will have the opportunity to gain a broader experience of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, from Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson, when the epic fantasy adventure is released as an Extended Edition on Digital Download October 22nd and on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on November 5th from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE). A production of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, this new cut includes 13 minutes of extra film footage that extends individual scenes, making this the must-see, definitive version for fans. All disc versions of the Extended Edition include nearly nine hours of new bonus features and will be available just ahead of the December 13 theatrical release of the second film of the trilogy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.

“I’m thrilled that the Extended Edition will give fans the opportunity to experience certain key scenes in the film as they were originally shot, as well as an abundance of special features,” said Jackson. “It’s exciting to present this expanded and enriched version of ‘An Unexpected Journey’ to allow fans to fully immerse themselves in the movie, before seeing the second part of the trilogy.”  The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Extended Edition will be available as a 5-disc Blu-ray 3D set ($54.98 SRP) that features the Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray versions of the Extended Edition; a 3-disc Blu-ray ($35.99) and a 5-disc DVD ($34.99) The Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD all include UltraVioletTM which allows consumers to download and instantly stream the Extended Edition in high definition to a wide range of devices including computers and compatible tablets, smartphones, game consoles, Internet-connected TVs and Blu-ray players.*  The nearly nine hours of new special features boasts audio commentary with Peter Jackson, director/producer/screenwriter, and Philippa Boyens, co-producer/screenwriter, and “The Appendices,” a multi-part documentary focusing on various aspects of the film and the Trilogy. Complete special feature details are provided below. The first of a trilogy of films adapting the enduringly popular masterpiece The Hobbit, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” was nominated for three Academy Awards®1.

Here’s the link to TORn’s complete post on the Extended Version:


Of course, this is what I zero in on when I look at this cover . . .


What a nice treat for Hump Day! 😀

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  1. Oh Angie, I was so excited when I saw this info earlier. I’ve seen comments on The One Ring complaining how little extra footage there’ll be in the extended edition, but I think that’s because the LOTR trilogy had quite a lot added in. I’m just thrilled at the listing of all the behind the scenes extras- it’s going to be every bit as good as we got 10 years ago on LOTR EE’s and I can’t wait! Have you seen this complete listing of all the extras?

  2. Of course that is what I zeroed in as well…. Really good picture and I can’t wait to get and watch the extended edition. 13 min extra is not as much as the additional footage in the Lord of the Rings, but it is still a lot. Hopefully it is a lot more of Thorin – and not the Goblin King or some such….

    • One part is a scene with Elrond and Bilbo. Since there are still two more movies to go rather than the two originally planned for TH, I suspect that did away with a lot of what would have otherwise been extra footage. Sounds as if there will be a lot of interesting extras, however.

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