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All the cut scenes that will be in the extended edition of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be seen in the second film.
It would be best to wait until all three films are released before buying.
[quote]All the cut scenes that will be in the extended edition of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be seen in the second film.[/quote]
I’m not sure I understand your statement. Could you expand more?
As far as I’m concerned, only the Gandalf at the High Fell shots (in both AUJ trailers) will be part of the second film.
Scenes like Bilbo at the market in Hobbiton or in Rivendell near the shards of Narsil will most probably be part of the AUJ extended edition.
Wow! didn’t see this coming! *sarcasm*
Source of information taken from Digital Spy-‘The Hobbit’ extended DVD, Blu-ray features revealed by Peter Jackson-published 10 July 2013
*****Jackson told Empire: “We are putting things in the extended cut that are going to play straight into the second film.”*****
This is the piece of article to which I responded in my earlier comment posted 20 July 2013 and this is how I read it and will elaborate further and I will not mention what scenes.
It’s a well known fact that when final editing is completed many scenes that were shot will either be cut or not added to the final makeup of the film and will end up on the floor until someone sweeps up the shards and puts the pieces into a basket.
I just presumed that there will be cut scenes from An Unexpected Journey making its way into the Extended version.
“We are putting things in the extended cut that are going to play straight into the second film” (sources from Digital Spy).
The production team would have a large surplus of ‘discarded material’ from An Unexpected Journey to consider and go over as to what will go straight into the second film.
My point is since the DVD/Blue ray will be released earlier than the Desolation of Smaug and may well have scenes that will be in the DVD, for myself anyway it will be better to wait until all three films are released.
Hope this makes sense, respond if it does not.
It makes sense to a certain extent – but it doesn’t in another context.
What the article you quoted means by:
“We are putting things in the extended cut that are going to play straight into the second film”
is that a few extended scenes to be part of the An Unexpected Journey Extended Edition, will be referenced and form part of the story’s continuation in the second film – not that the same extended scenes will be both both in the first and second films.
So, example, by seeing extended scenes in An Unexpected Journey about the conflict between Thranduil and the dwarves for these “white gems”, will be an important role for the story in the second film.
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