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Watch Pippin sing the final song in 'The Hobbit' trilogy

When the credits roll on The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies next month, Peter Jackson's wonderful 15-year journey through Middle Earth will be complete. It will be a bittersweet moment, and it looks like Jackson's queued up the right music to send off the two trilogies. Billy Boyd — who played smooth-singing Pippin in the original trilogy — will lend his musical talents to the credits sequence, and you can hear the final song right now. 


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he sings beautifully.

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THAT's where to stash it!!  thanks, geege.  i was having trouble categorizing it.  :)

I sometimes have trouble categorizing, too.

I think that's how I ended up with so many stashes. 

I, too, have an embarrassment of stashes.

It's fun to keep making new ones. :)

That's the genius of PandaWhale:  personalized curation!

and your posts are cross-referenced through your many stashes, which is a great strategy!

Useful also for seeing interesting "you might also like" at the bottom of the page. 

That is my favorite feature!

Me too, Geege. It's why putting posts in multiple stashes is important. 

Because algorithm. 

Is it me or does "Battle of Five Armies" sound Game of Thronesy?

Yes.  Yes it does.

How are they going to extend The Lord of the Rings franchise when The Hobbit trilogy is done?

New trilogy in Middle Earth?

Though animation would be cool, I think people are hungry for new stories. 

I wonder if there are more unpublished Tolkien works:

I am already compelled to see the movie based on this:

"Arthur eastward in arms purposed

his war to wage on the wild marches,

over seas sailing to Saxon lands,

from the Roman realm ruin defending.

Thus the tides of time to turn backward 

and the heathen to humble, his hope urged him,

that with harrying ships they should hunt no more

on the shining shores and shallow waters

of South Britain, booty seeking."

Is that Beowulf??

Tolkien's new work is described:

"In The Fall of Arthur we find themes of lost identity, betrayal, and sacrifice for greater glory, which have their echoes in other works, such as The Lord of the Rings, but anyone looking for closer connections will find no wizards or magic swords. In this respect The Fall of Arthur is closer to Sir Gawain and the Green Knight or The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún."

No wizards or magic swords?? But I love those!!

That is both choice and EPIC!

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