If you’ve not seen Desolation of Smaug yet, it’s still playing just about everywhere. Undecided? Let our review be your guide, or maybe watch another Hobbit production vlog. Marking the 14th video diary in the series and the last in 2013, this one spotlights on the soundtrack production composed by Howard Shore.
Reaction videos are such a thing nowadays. I guess firsthand reactions are no longer good enough so we must record others’ reactions, and sometimes, even reactions to those reactions. Which leads to reaction videos of reactions to reaction videos! Causing a never ending cycle of reactions until no one is acting anymore, but only reacting and all life on Earth ceases to be proactive and we die!
Sorry, that whole reaction scenario got away from me. What we’ve got here is one of those ‘reacting to a reaction video’ video, but not simply any ‘reacting to a reaction video’ video, this one stars a rather famous trio of elves. Uploaded by some guy, Peter Jackson somebody, is this video of Evangeline Lilly, Orlando Bloom, and Lee Pace watching a video of two fans enjoying the hell out of the latest The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaugteaser trailer.
It’s delightful seeing not only two girls more excited for Smaug than I’ve been for almost anything in my life, but seeing these so often stern elves letting loose and giggling like idiots.
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug opens this December 13th. Hopefully sooner than later Jackson will deign to upload a production diary instead of a video of giddy elves.
Earlier today we were treated to the first trailer for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and it melted our collective minds. Well, it melted my mind, I may be speaking too strongly for you. What I’m getting at is that in the middle of this E3 and summer blockbuster madness, I’d almost forgotten about that little hobbit and all his dwarf buddies and now I’m stoked to continue their adventure.
Along with the first teaser are these eight images, all taken from said teaser, but they’re pretty and offer great looks at franchise newcomers Tauriel (Evangeline Lilly) and Beorn the Bard (Luke Evans), take a look,