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JRR Tolkien's beloved novel The Hobbit follows Bilbo Baggins on a quest to help reclaim the lost dwarf homeland of Erebor from the dragon Smaug. Shoulder-tapped by Gandalf for the mission against some opposition, Bilbo joins a company of dwarves in an epic adventure: vying against goblins, orcs and Gollum's riddles. After the box office blitzing and Oscar-slaying Lord of the Rings trilogy, adapting the precursor novel was an expected journey. Martin Freeman (The Office, Sherlock) is Bilbo, and Peter Jackson is again at the helm in this first of a three-part adaptation.

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 Peter Jackson
 Carolynne Cunningham
 Fran Walsh

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It looks better than I thought! The book was boring - the film looks amazing. Well done Peter!

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Far to the east, over ranges and rivers, lies a single solitary peak … 
What has roots as nobody sees, / Is taller than trees, / Up, up it goes, / And yet never grows? 
Working from a simpler, jauntier, more picaresque story about how Bilbo came to possess the One Ring that would later cause such a rumpus, Jackson operates with even more unrelenting genius-nerd filmmaking intensity. If that's possible. He plays with extra-super-duper high-frame-rate 3-D technology that makes every detail of Bilbo's home in Hobbiton sparkle with almost disconcerting smoothness of surface. 


2013 Academy Awards
Nominated for Achievement in Production Design: Dan Hennah, Ra Vincent and Simon Bright
Nominated for Achievement in Visual Effects: Joe Letteri, Eric Saindon, David Clayton, and R Christopher White
Nominated for Achievement in Make-Up and Hairstyling: Peter King, Rick Findlater and Tami Lane

2013 Bafta Awards
Nominated for Sound: Tony Johnson, Christopher Boyes,  Mike Hedges,  Michael Semanick, Brent Burge, and Chris Ward
Nominated for Special Visual Effects: Joe Letteri, Eric Saindon, David Clayton, R Christopher White
Nominated for Make-Up and Hair: Peter King, Richard Taylor and Rick Findlater

2013 World Soundtrack Awards (Belgium)
Nominated for Best Original Score: Howard Shore

2013 Art Directors Guild Awards (United States)
Nominated for Excellence in Production Design - Fantasy Film: Dan Hennah

2013 Costume Designers Guild Awards (United States)
Nominated for Excellence in Fantasy Film: Richard Taylor, Ann Maskrey, Bob Buck

2013 Visual Effects Society Awards (United States)
Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Live Action Feature
Nominated in another six categories, including Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Feature

2013 Cinema Audio Society Awards (United States)
Nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Live Action Motion Picture: Michael Hedges, Tony Johnson, Christopher Boyes and Michael Semanick

2013 Motion Picture Sound Editors Awards (United States)
Nominated for Best Sound Editing in three categories

2013 Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards (United States)
Nominated for Best Art Direction: Dan Hennah, Ra Vincent and Simon Bright
Nominated for Best Costume Design: Richard Taylor, Bob Buck and Ann Maskrey