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5 Week Middle-earth Movie Marathon: The Desolation of Smaug

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Movie News Posted by Myla Malinalda on November 23, 2014 at 2:12 pm

Today marks the start of the final week for our 5 Week Middle-earth Movie Marathon, can’t believe it’s almost over! Time flew by so fast. The next seven days will be all about The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. We have been going strong these past 4 weeks and let’s make sure to keep it up!


Photo courtesy of Middle-earth News contributor, Maria


As a special (and pretty silly) treat for this last week, here is a transparent illustration of Thranduil’s eyebrows. Place them on your favorite characters to add a little flare to any scene.




Once again, if you are not sure what to do this week, here are some suggestions:

  • Prepare some yummy snacks and meals inspired by the film, maybe something spicy in honor of Smaug. Or a fish dish inspired by Lake-town. (Or maybe even a dessert with walnuts.)
  • Listen to the soundtrack in your spare time if you aren’t able to watch the film, and join the Company through the music.
  • Watch the film with commentary if you haven’t before.
  • Get together with friends and/or family in person or via Google Hangouts/Skype and watch the film together.
  • Live tweet your film viewing and use the hashtag #5wkMMM
  • Take photos of all of your Hobbit swag and post it to social media with the hashtag #5wkMMM
  • If you have other suggestions please tweet them to us @MiddleEarthNews or tell us in the comment section below!

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Tags: 5 Week Middle-earth Movie Marathon, 5wkMMM, Desolation of Smaug, DOS, The Hobbit, Thranduil
image Author: Myla Malinalda After being dragged to see The Fellowship of the Ring back in 2001 with her dad, Myla fell head-over-hobbit-feet in love with Middle-earth. Myla would love nothing more than to be able to live peacefully in the Shire and go on the occasional adventure with Bilbo. She has a habit of becoming too attached to fictional characters and buying too many copies of the same book. Myla enjoys creating art whenever she can and collecting all things relating to Tolkien.

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