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Posted On:1/07/2013 4:21pm
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I'm glad he made it in standard film format as well.
Jackson knew better than to pull a Lucas.
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Posted On:1/07/2013 6:46pm
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I might take some flak for this, but...
I liked the rabbit sled!
Posted On:1/07/2013 6:55pm
Radagast might return in the later films. Because of his actual role in the mythology (he protects nature and is paired with Saruman under the orders of a demigod), there is a lot that Jackson might choose to expand on. He's already quite a few scenes out of thin air, imo.
Then again the Hobbit is a relatively short book. Maybe this isn't a three-film Hobbit as much as it is three more films that include "The Hobbit" and more.
So far I think Jackson has kept it faithful to the original book, but some scenes are definitely all his work e.g. rabbit sled chases.
Last edited by W. Rabbit; 1/07/2013 7:05pm at .
Posted On:1/07/2013 6:58pm
The only thing I didn't like about the rabbit sled was living in a reality where that's not a practical way to get around.
Posted On:1/13/2013 12:23am
Originally Posted by Soldiermedic
Also, was Peter Jackson making up for leaving out Tom Bombadil by adding in this Radagast? I didn't necessarily mind the Dol Guldur scene, but the rabbit sled chase was an atrocity.
Well to be fair, not everybody is a fan of Tom Bombadil, in fact many of them consider his scene in the LOTR books pointless.
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