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The third and last installment in 'The Hobbit' movie franchise reigns weekend box office with approximately $21.9 million, while 'Into the Woods' trails behind with $19.1 million.
The last installment in 'The Hobbit' movie franchise battled over the first spot against newcomers, Angelina Jolie-directed 'Unbroken' and 'Into the Woods'.
The third and final 'Hobbit' film accumulated 90.6 million dollars over five-day weekend, pushing 'Night at the Museum 3' and 'Annie' to the runner-up positions.
Fans take a walk down memory lane in the final trailer for 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' which hits U.S. theaters on December 17.
The director quashes speculations that there will be more JRR Tolkien movies in the works, explaining that the author only sold the rights to 'Lord of the Rings' and 'The Hobbit'.
Benedict Cumberbatch who provides his voice for the gold-loving dragon Smaug is joined by Legolas depicter Orlando Bloom as well as Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman, Andy Serkis and more.
The video shows everyone getting angsty ahead of the massive battle where different races of Middle-Earth collide.
Bard the Bowman facing off Smaug, Gandalf having a dramatic encounter with Galadriel, and Thorin claiming his throne are some of the scenes displayed in the picture.
Thorin and his company are pitted against an angry Smaug and other evil forces including the infamous Sauron.
The new 'Mad Max' film teases impressive car chase sequence, while a heavy-battle teaser is released for the last installment of Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit'.
The one-sheet for the final film of 'The Hobbit' shows a standoff between the nefarious dragon and Bard the Bowman.
Warner Bros. packed on the good stuff on Saturday while Sony Pictures, DreamWorks Animations, Paramount and Weinstein Co. cramped their panels on the first day.