Andy Serkis And Gollum Reunite In The Prequel, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Many die-hard fans all over the world has certainly watched and followed the “Rings” trilogy from “The Fellowship of the Ring,” “The Two Towers” and to the “Return of the King”. It has garnered a lot of recognition worldwide and has made fans from people of all ages. Most of all, it has enriched the lives of all the actors bringing them to the limelight as well as all the people who have been touched by these movies.  Now that the news has gone out, the prequel of the “Rings” trilogy is now more scrutinized by fans than ever before. With the help of Comic-Con, fans and movie aficionados alike now know what to look up for this year in terms of an action and adventure film.

Andy Serkis, or more acknowledged as Gollum in the trilogy stands out like most of the stars in the series. He might not have been given most of the credit but he has certainly played his role well. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey tells of the expedition that Bilbo Baggins, Frodo’s uncle, had as he journeyed through the perilous land of Middle Earth. This are the times were Bilbo made strong bonds with Gandalf and warrior Thorin Oakenshield. Along the way of course, he encountered Gollum and the thing it called “my precious”. More like a home coming for the cast and crew to be reunited once again, it was a big cheer for all the stars to relive their characters all over again.

From the films that open our hearts to the world of Middle Earth and all its inhabitants comes a new movie The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Humans, Elfs, Dwarfs, Sorcerers, Orcs, and all the other characters in the movie once again will be revived with the dawn of this new film. Starring Andy Serkis, Martin Freeman, and Ian McKellen dawns a new hit film directed by Peter Jackson. We will never know how it all started if ever we were to miss this wonderful film. Better bring your swords and bows out as this adventure will bring us back to the past. 

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