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Thanks to "some violence," the Extended Edition of "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" has earned an unexpected R-rating.
Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies" won the first weekend box office of 2015 and is expected to earn $1 billion worldwide.
The final "Hobbit" film finished in first place at the box office for its second week in a row, while "The Interview" had success in limited theaters.
Even after the five previous Tolkien films, the acclaimed effects wizard tells SPINOFF he and his team had to raise the bar for the final "Hobbit" movie.
The box office was conquered by the third and final film in "The Hobbit" trilogy, which earned an estimated $90 million domestically.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about reprising his role as the Master of Lake-town's right-hand man in the conclusion of Peter Jackson's fantasy trilogy.
A longtime admirer of Tolkien's work, the actor talks with SPINOFF about reimagining the Dwarven leader, and finally learning to connect with fans.
War bats and war trolls do battle alongside massive armies and stars Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Evangeline Lilly and Orlando Bloom in the new footage.
Attendees enjoyed a first look at "Dawn of Justice," "Jupiter Ascending," and "Fury Road," plus an hour of Stephen Colbert and "The Hobbit" cast & crew.
Jon M. Chu announces the core cast for "Jem and the Holograms; Rumors state Cyborg will play a role in the "Man of Steel" sequel & more.