Warner Bros dumped a bunch of stills from 2013 movies the other day, including this first look at The Hobbit II: The Desolation of Smaug that shows Martin Freeman as Bilbo lounging about on Smaug’s gold hoard. That can’t end well.



Because the other photos include Ryan Gosling, Henry Cavill and a very troubling looking Sylvester Stallone, here are the rest of the photos:GSD-16456r.jpg
Gangster Squad (Ruben Fleischer)

Starring MICHAEL PEÑA as Officer Navidad Ramirez, RYAN GOSLING as Sgt. Jerry Wooters, ROBERT PATRICK as Officer Max Kennard, ANTHONY MACKIE as Officer Coleman Harris and JOSH BROLIN as Sgt. John O’Mara

EMMA STONE as Grace Faraday and RYAN GOSLING as Sgt. Jerry Wooters. That won’t inspire any tumblr posts, no sir.



Walter Hill directs this graphic novel adaptation! It’s based on the French Du Plomb Dans La Têteby Matz and Colin Wilson. It stars Sylvester Stallone who has clearly taken an axe to his head which left his eyebrows in suspended animation. Seriously, Sly. WTF!!!! You are 66 years old and it’s been a hard life but…AIEEEE. Co stars include Sung Kang, Sarah Shahi, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Christian Slater, Jon Seda, Weronika Rosati and Jason Momoa


HSD-04802r: SYLVESTER STALLONE as Jimmy in Warner Bros. Pictures’, Dark Castle Entertainment’s and IM Global’s action thriller ”

That’s Sarah Shahi with Sly’s eyebrows. Also he has the felt hair of a G.I. Joe figure. Why do we suspect this will not be one of the more PRESTIGIOUS comic book movies?


Richard LeGravenese directs this story of star crossed southern lovers who meet up with supernatural shit. It stars ALDEN EHRENREICH as Ethan Wate and ALICE ENGLERT as Lena Duchannes and does not takes place at TWILIGHT.


Oscar winner VIOLA DAVIS explains that they are in terrible danger from some old artifact I bet.
Jeremy Irons explains that they are in terrible danger.

Emmy Rossum appears as the girl next door in a dress that has useful built in underwear.




Bryan Singer slums from the X-men to direct this fairy tale. NICHOLAS HOULT plays Jack. The rest of the cast includes Eleanor Tomlinson, Stanley Tucci, Ian McShane, Bill Nighy, Ewan McGregor. McShane and McGregor in one picture. Good

42 (Brian Helgeland)

Chadwick Boseman as Jackie Robinson and Harrison Ford as Branch Rickey in the story of the first African American major league baseball player.







Baz Luhrmann directs what is sure to be an understated version of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic tale of Jazz Age overindulgence, with Leo Di Caprio as Jay, Carey Mulligan as Daisy and Tobey Maguire as Nick. Beautiful shirts.



Director Todd Phillips is back as are Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms , Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha and Ken Jeong.



You’ve already seen this one. Dark broody Man of Steel played by Henry Cavill.

WOW this movie is going to be incredibly toyetic, isn’t it? Guillermo del Toro directs a big MECHA VS KAIJU movie, starring the guy from Sons of Anarchy, Rinko Kikushi (who has Knives Chau’s haircut for some reason), and Idris Elba because every action movie must include Idris Elba. Also, Rob Kazinsky who was originally to play Fili in THE HOBBIT until mysterious health issues forced him off the production. I liked Dean O’Gorman fine as Fili, but Kazinsky would have been more of a “twin” with Aidan Turner’s Kili.







Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson as supernatural investigators who must rescue Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor from a horrible demonic possession in a farmhouse.

WE’RE THE MILLERS (Rawson Marshall Thurber>

Also known as “We’re the co-stars of the latest attempt at a Jennifer Aniston vehicle.” The co-stars in this case are Ema Roberts and Jason Sudeikis.

GETAWAY (Courtney Solomon and Yaron Levy)

Teen star/Bieber object of desire Selena Gomez teams up with Ethan Hawke for a remake of the Professional a thriller. Hawke is a burnt out race car driver whose family has been kidnapped! Gomez is a young hacker who is the only person who can aid him! Jon Voight plays the Sinister Older White Man. HEY GIRL — a driver who chews on a toothpick? Very original!

SEVENTH SON (Sergei Bodrov)
The Dude is now a full on wizard in this mystical fantasy. Ben Barnes and Julianne Moore also star.



  1. While I enjoyed the first Hobbit film, it did feel like it left a bit to be desired. This was no surprise, as everything that I loved about the book was in the second half. I knew that I would be waiting for all the good stuff with the second and third films. And sure enough, the second film delivers where the first film didn’t quite excite as much as I had wanted. While it isn’t perfect and does unnecessarily deviate a bit, this is easily better than the first film, giving us a bigger, bolder adventure and a more interesting Bilbo Baggins this time around.

    Before I get to the good stuff, let me get my complaints out of the way. My biggest complaint are the unnecessary plot threads. There seems to be a big need for this series of films to tie into LotR, and I really don’t understand why. A great deal of time is taken in this film to introduce us to things we already know the outcome of. We’re, at points, taken away from the dwarfs and Bilbo to follow Gandalf as he goes off on his own adventure to uncover the growing evil of Sauron and his armies. Like the first film, it’s completely unnecessary, but unlike that film, it’s jarring. We’re ripped from a fantastic adventure to a story that we don’t really need to know and has no real relation to the dwarfs and their adventure. In fact, any time we’re taken out of the company of the dwarfs, it almost feels cheap. The almost romance between Evangeline Lily’s elf and the dwarf Kili feels something of the same, the whole lot of these stories coming off as filler in an effort to make time for three movies instead of just two. It feels like a stretch and brings a screeching halt to the momentum of the main story.

    That said, the rest of the film is an excellent and expertly crafted adaptation. There is a definite sense of character growth, especially from Bilbo, who seems to struggle with the power of the ring and it’s greed. We already know where this goes, but it is none the less fascinating considering who he was when we first met him. The dwarfs seem to almost take a back seat here. They are less prominent, with the exception of Thorin and Balin, who take front and center. That isn’t to say they aren’t entertaining, as they usually are every time they are on screen. Thorin is the real standout though, as he goes through similar changes as Bilbo, which lends them an interesting comparison in their mutual struggles. The actors are all excellent once again in their respective roles, with Freeman once again being the standout. Evangeline Lily is also a pleasant surprise in an original role as an elf created for the film. She adds a much needed feminine touch to an otherwise predominantly male cast. She proves herself to be a fine silver screen presence and hopefully this will net her some further film roles.

    While the film does an excellent job of not simply being the middle film, something The Two Towers struggled with in the LotR trilogy, it is the action, set pieces, and effects which are the true stars. This may not be a LotR movie, but it’s close. We almost immediately start out with a bang and it rarely lets up. Of course, much of what happens early on, as exciting as it may be, pales in comparison to it’s explosive and lengthy climax. Smaug is quite possibly the best creation of any of the film, Hobbit or LotR. He is as awesome as you could have hoped for and Benedict Cumberbatch is excellent in the role. While effects have been applied to his voice to give it more boom, he does a fantastic job as the sneering, wise, and boastful dragon. Watching and listening to him face off against Bilbo is a delightful treat, and that is before we get to any fire breathing and chasing. What follows is a lengthy conclusion to the film that will excite and delight all. I have no qualms in saying that Smaug makes the entire film worth the admission of price. But don’t go in expecting a solid conclusion. This is, after all, the second of a trilogy, so you can surely expect the film to leave you salivating for the next one.

    While this new Hobbit film still doesn’t reach LotR heights, it is superior to the previous film, especially when it comes to being an enjoyable adventure. It feels like it matters to the trilogy and delivers on being an epic. And I simply can’t rave enough about Smaug. If you didn’t enjoy the first film, you may find yourself feeling about the same here. But at least this one has a cool dragon.

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