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Are there extended versions of Harry Potter?

The Harry Potter Extended Versions have the deleted scenes, found on the home movie releases, cut back into the film. The Ultimate Edition releases of Sorcerer’s Stone and Chamber of Secrets in 2009 included the extended versions of each film. They are the only extended editions released on DVD and Blu-ray.

How much longer is Hobbit Extended Edition?

The extended edition of An Unexpected Journey clocks in at 183 minutes long (13 minutes of additional footage) and the extended cut of The Desolation of Smaug is 186 minutes long (25 minutes of additional footage) so when the time comes to marathon the entire The Hobbit trilogy, we’ll be spending about 543 minutes in …

How long are all the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movies combined?

The total length of the Theatrical Cuts of both trilogies taken together is therefore 1031 minutes or about 17.2 hours. The total length of the Extended Editions of both trilogies taken together is 1194 minutes or exactly 19.9 hours.

How long is Desolation of Smaug Extended Edition?

3h 7m

What are the extended scenes in Desolation of Smaug?

The Desolation of Smaug

  • The Quest for Erebor (Extended)
  • Queer Lodgings (Added)
  • Where the Shadows Lie (Added)
  • Elven-gate (Extended)
  • Mirkwood (Extended)
  • The Master of Lake-town (Extended)
  • The World of Men (Extended)
  • The Prophecy (Extended)

What do I need to know before watching the hobbit?

5 Big Hobbit Things You Have To Know Before Seeing The Battle Of The Five Armies

  • Much like the books they are based on, Peter Jackson’s Middle-earth movies are rather dense films.
  • The Arkenstone Is Everything.
  • There Is Some Forbidden Love Going On.
  • Thranduil Is Kind Of A Dick.
  • Don’t Forget The Framing Device.

What happened before the Hobbit?

The Silmarillion is actually Tolkien’s first book and also his last. In origin it precedes even The Hobbit, and is the story of the First Age of Tolkien’s Middle Earth. It shows us the ancient history to which characters in The Lord of the Rings look back, talk, rhyme and sing about.