My only quibble with this book is that it could have, and I think should have, been a chapter in "The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug - Chronicles, Art & Design". “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” continues the adventure of the title character Bilbo Baggins as he journeys with the Wizard Gandalf and. Many Tolkien loyalists are outraged that director added female characters to the classic novel The Hobbit, but Jackson didn't stop there.
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Thorin confronts Thranduil about his neglect of the Dwarves of Erebor following Smaug's attack 60 years earlier, and is consequently. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is the second film of The Hobbit film series. In the book, Bilbo hid the dwarves in the barrels (closed up, not opened). Caution: contains indescribably massive spoilers for both The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and the book, The Hobbit, or There and Back.
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The group attempts to steal weapons before being captured and in the process learn that Bard is a descendant of Dale's ruler, Girion , who died attempting to kill Smaug with Black Arrows.
After Thorin convinces the townfolk and Master that they will share the riches of the recaptured Mountain, the adventurers receive a grand send-off the next morning. While attempting to escape, the Necromancer appears, and, following a duel between the two, Gandalf is captured.
With his worst fears realized — that the Necromancer is indeed Sauron — Gandalf watches in horror as the Orc army marches toward the Lonely Mountain. Once at the Lonely Mountain, Bilbo deciphers the map 's cryptic clue and uses moonlight to find the hidden keyhole that opens the secret door into the mountain. Balin then explains Bilbo's real purpose and sends him down to the treasury to locate the Arkenstone.
Unfortunately, Bilbo's searching quickly awakens Smaug, who initially finds the Hobbit amusing, but swiftly tires of him and intends to kill him.
In Lake-town, Bard hears the rumbling caused by Smaug's awakening and attempts to affix the last Black Arrow to the town's launcher, but is arrested. After convincing Thorin that they must help Bilbo, the Dwarves enter the Mountain and find themselves and the Hobbit being hunted by Smaug. Tricking the fire-breathing Smaug into rekindling the forges, they attempt to kill the dragon by drowning him in a flood of molten gold. However, Smaug survives, and stumbles out of the mountain determined to make the people of Lake-town suffer for giving aid to the Dwarves, leaving Bilbo horrified at the turn of events.
The Hobbbit: The Desolation of Smaug covers the seventh through twelfth chapters of The Hobbit with a few elements added from the Appendices from The Lord of the Rings. While it generally follows the story, a number of liberties were still taken:.
The streams shall run in gladness The lakes shall shine and burn, All sorrow fail and sadness At the Mountain-king's return! And the bells shall ring in gladness At the Mountain King's return, But all shall fade in sadness, And the lake will shine and burn.
The Desolation of Smaug. Bilbo fights the spiders of Mirkwood. Bilbo and Sting.
Barrels Out of Bond. Bilbo in the Lonely Mountain. Legolas confronts Thorin and Company.
Gandalf in Dol Guldur. Dale in ruins. Bilbo and the butterflies in the canopy of Mirkwood.
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Mith — original artwork used in design by John Howe and Ted Nasmith. Howard Shore . In order to tie his films together, Jackson explicitly makes this connection. From here, things get even more obscure. But Jackson does not own the rights to that story, so the allusion, while tantalizing, is vague at best. Many do not realize, however, the extent to which he labored over every painstaking detail, Rateliff says.
What results is a very tightly interlinked body of work, meaning making even seemingly small changes—an albino orc there, an elven warrior here—will reverberate throughout the entire story. As these changes build up, the movies depart further and further from the books. The movie trilogy, however, latches on to this new twist and turns up the tension with the constant threat of orc attack.
And thankfully, her charter does not succumb to the fantasy female stereotype; she wears sensible armor, wields a workable weapon and has a personality. The invented plot twists make the task of forecasting what comes next more challenging.
Nevertheless, here are a few musings about the final film spoiler alert! Speaking of which, at some point, Thorin needs to come up with an army of dwarves for fighting in that battle.
Most likely, the Arkenstone will play a role—no doubt an overly dramatic one—in his summoning of those troops. On the other hand, where the human army will come from remains an open question since the people of Lake-town look like a pretty poorly prepared bunch.
In other potential battle news, in the first movie, Galadriel promised to come if Gandalf calls, so she and the White Council may very well show up at Dol Goldur for a Necromancer take-down.