For me, the theatrical cut of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey already felt like an extended edition, but if you couldn’t get enough of the first movie, the extended edition is on the way. A German trailer has been released for the extended edition, so if you want to see new footage, and don’t mind that the characters are speaking in German, you’ll want to check it out. Also, I think the Goblin King works better when he’s talking in German. As we previously reported, the extended edition will feature an extra 13 minutes of footage, and nine hours of special features.
Hit the jump to check out the trailer. Warner Bros. will release the extended edition, which contains 13 minutes of additional footage, on digital platforms on October 22nd. On November 5th, the extended edition will be released on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD. Click here to pre-order the regular edition, and click here to pre-order the special edition package.
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