Watch: Deleted Scene From 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' As Extended Edition DVD/Blu-ray Announced

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by Kevin Jagernauth
July 31, 2013 2:58 PM
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While fans of Peter Jackson's original "The Lord Of The Rings" trilogy eagerly eat up the extended editions on home video, which offered up lots more Middle Earth, did anyone walk out of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" saying, "I hope there's even more of that!" Okay, there are the super diehard fans who cry and shake at anything from the Tolkien universe, but it's likely safe to say that 'Unexpected' didn't quite capture the same pop culture buzz as 'LOTR' before it. Nevertheless, the marketing must continue.

So, as expected Warner Bros. has officially announced today what we long expected was coming—an extended edition DVD/Blu-Ray release of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey." Boasting that it will have 13 more minutes of footage, these multi-disc sets will come packed with 9 hours worth of bonus features including audio commentaries and more. But, what about the extra magic contained within 'Unexpected'? Well, this deleted scene featuring Martin Freeman and Hugo Weaving shows you exactly the kind of stuff you can expect: extraneous dialogue and smiles! Where do we pre-order?!?!?!?

Anyway, if you are genuinely excited, the mega-disc set is in stores on October 22nd just in time for you bone up for release of "The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug" on December 13th. [Live For Film]

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12 Comments

  • Sir Not Sure | August 10, 2013 12:25 AMReply

    Omg I fell asleep, that didn't take long.

  • Bilbo Boffin Jr | August 1, 2013 10:58 PMReply

    I'll take 100 copies please!!!

  • max | July 31, 2013 7:21 PMReply

    that 1.5 minutes actually did more for the story than about 120 others elsewhere in the movie.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:40 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:39 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:38 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:38 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:38 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:37 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:37 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:37 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

  • Shayan | August 1, 2013 10:37 PM

    Could you cite some examples of those 120 scenes? I personally feel that every scene in the movie had it's place. I agree with you about the deleted scene, though. It enhances Bilbo's story arc of trying to find acceptance among the dwarves.

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