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     Click the link for this amazing post from Lily Wight’s award-winning blog #CumberbatchIsSauron

https://lilywight.com/2012/11/21/benedict-cumberbatch-is-sauron/

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Lily Wight

     The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey gave us only the briefest glimpse of Sauron – as The Necromancer –  motion-captured by Smaug actor Benedict Cumberbatch.  Hopefully Part II, The Desolation of Smaug, will show us more.

     Click the picture to head to the album and see more…

    

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Lily Wight

     Updated 04/12/2014   

     Peter Jackson has a penchant for British thespians and BBC drama serials so signing top toff totty Benedict Cumberbatch to provide voice and motion for The Hobbit’s dragon Smaug was hardly a surprise.

     More intriguing is Cumberbatch confessing to his role as “The Necromancer”, who – as Rings fans know – is non-other than Big Bad Sauron himself.

     Jackson originally intended to reveal Sauron’s face – as Annatar, his Elvish-guise – during a dual with Aragorn towards the end of The Return Of The King.  The footage was considered too confusing and distracting and only made it as far as the DVD extras (you can watch it below).

     Now, with a distinctly Elvish-looking actor properly cast and the last film in The Hobbit trilogy leading Gandalf towards a…

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     Click here to view the Middle-earth image album

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     The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey gave us only the briefest glimpse of Sauron – as The Necromancer –  motion-captured by Smaug actor Benedict Cumberbatch.  Hopefully Part II, The Desolation of Smaug, will show us more.

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     Sherlock Holmes is enjoying something of a Renaissance of late so it’s hardly surprising that Young Sherlock Holmes ~ Victorian Cinematograph #2 (17/6/2012) should take the second spot in the Post Of The Year list.

     By clicking the link you can read a review, watch the whole movie on YouTube and catch up with news of a forthcoming remake!

     https://lilywight.com/2012/06/17/young-sherlock-holmes-victorian-cinematograph-2/

     If you are a fan of Benedict Cumberbatch I’m sure you’ll enjoy this great image, borrowed from The Arcade Of Arts & Arcana Gallery (click the tab at the top of the homepage or the picture itself to go exploring)…

     … and finally click not to miss news of Benedict Cumberbatch Cast As Sauron In The Hobbit!

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     Updated 04/12/2014   

     Peter Jackson has a penchant for British thespians and BBC drama serials so signing top toff totty Benedict Cumberbatch to provide voice and motion for The Hobbit’s dragon Smaug was hardly a surprise.

     More intriguing is Cumberbatch confessing to his role as “The Necromancer”, who – as Rings fans know – is non-other than Big Bad Sauron himself.

     Jackson originally intended to reveal Sauron’s face – as Annatar, his Elvish-guise – during a dual with Aragorn towards the end of The Return Of The King.  The footage was considered too confusing and distracting and only made it as far as the DVD extras (you can watch it below).

     Now, with a distinctly Elvish-looking actor properly cast and the last film in The Hobbit trilogy leading Gandalf towards a confrontation with The Necromancer in Dol Guldur, Tolkien fans had better prepare themselves to stare Middle-earth’s ultimate evil in the eye.

http://www.empireonline.com/news/story.asp?NID=32799

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