Hit the ground running: A new Hobbit

Scott Iwaniec

The third, and final, Hobbit film has been renamed The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Creators say this is due to the fact the previous title, There and Back Again, didn’t seem to make much sense anymore since Bilbo has arrived “there” already. Those who have read the book can make sense of the new name; I will not reveal it for spoiler reasons.

The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies will arrive in December (AP Photo)
The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies will arrive in December (AP Photo)

Lou Ferigno will be returning as the voice of the Hulk in the second avengers, The Avengers: Age of Ultron. For those who have no idea who he is, Ferigno is the actor who played the original Hulk in the 70s TV show. Ever since, for fan fun, he has voiced the Hulk in every film adaptation ever since. He has also appeared in The Incredible Hulk.

Ray Fisher has been casted as Victor Stone (AKA Cyborg) in the Batman Vs. Superman film. Director Zack Snyder said his role in the film will be minor, but will grow in importance as the DC films advance.

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