‘It’s hard to explain’: What we know about the upcoming ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ film

The upcoming Hobbit film The Battle Of The Five ArmIES is the fourth major installment in the trilogy that has just been announced.

And it’s a good one.

The film has a great cast of characters, and the production is also taking its time to give us the details.

Here are the most important tidbits we have to offer.

First, there are five main characters: Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf the Grey, Frodo Baggins (Mark Gatiss), Legolas (Tom Holland), and Saruman (Ewan McGregor).

This is a group that will be joined by many more in the future, and it means there will be a great number of them to keep you entertained for months to come.

The main villain is Sauron.

The Lord of the Rings: The film will also introduce a new character named Gollum, who is an orc and a member of the Fellowship of the Ring.

Gollums backstory is not very interesting, but the fact that he’s not a hobbit and he doesn’t even know how to talk makes him an interesting addition to the film.

The first trailer also shows Gollumps new look, and we’ll get to see what it is like in his new world soon enough.

There’s also a new set of scenes that will feature new characters: Gandalf (Mark Bennett), Legola (Tom Hiddleston), Saruman, and even Bilbo himself.

And that’s only the beginning of the great world we’re getting to see in the new film.

There will also be new weapons, new creatures, and new quests.

But, most importantly, there will also a return of the Lord of The Rings theme tune.

It will be one of the most prominent themes in the entire trilogy, and one of my favorite songs of all time.

And we’ll also be seeing some very exciting new features in the film as well.

Let’s get to the details!

The movie’s plot The movie will be set in the fictional Middle Earth.

The new Hobbit film will follow Bilbo’s quest for the Ring of Power that he was given by Elrond, and he’ll also encounter new enemies along the way.

And for the first time ever, Bilbo will also have the chance to face Sauron in battle, as the film will introduce the second iteration of the iconic Orc.

Bilbo is joined by Legolas, Frodus, Saruman and Legolas’ nephew Gollump.

We know that Gollumb and Sarugum, the Goblin-like creatures who have been terrorizing the Fellowship, are not the only antagonists Bilbo faces.

We also know that Gandalf, the leader of the group, is the true antagonist.

Gandalf is the son of Elrondo, who was killed in battle at the Battle of Five Armys, the epic battle that ultimately led to the destruction of the world.

Gandolf’s story is a bit different than Elronds father, and there’s a bit of tension between the two.

But what we really want to know is what happened to the Lord Of The Rings when Bilbo and the others were children.

The answer, unfortunately, is that Gandolf was not born at all.

Gandald was the grandson of Elric, the last king of Middle Earth, and when the Lord was old enough to marry a daughter of his own, Elronda gave birth to him.

Gandalt was born to a dwarf, and though he survived the battle, he and his son were killed in the attempt to bring Elronde back to life.

Gandal and Elrongel were eventually reunited, but it took Bilbo almost two centuries before he got to meet his son.

Bilo’s journey Bilbo has been following Gandalf’s quest from afar ever since the last movie, and in the next film he will be able to experience this first-hand.

In the first trailer, we see Bilbo travel from the Shire of Arnor to the Misty Mountains.

He is accompanied by Gandalf and his companions, the Hobbits, and Gandalf himself.

After a while, Bilo is told by Gandolf that he will have to travel to Middle Earth to see Gandalf once more.

It seems Bilbo would not be the only hobbit to see him again, but he does get to meet a few other hobbits, including Saruman.

Saruman’s story has been hinted at in previous trailers, but we still don’t know much about her.

In The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, we learned that Saruman was actually a half-elf.

That would make her the first elf from Middle Earth in the movies.

However, she does not have any kind of magical ability, but she’s shown to be a capable fighter.

In her quest to find the Ring, she has been captured by Gollume (Tom Cleverley), a giant, and held in a dungeon