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Geek Peek: First Images Of Martin Freeman As Bilbo & Ian McKellen As Gandalf In ‘The Hobbit’!
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The first three images from The Hobbit have been released online, two of which look to be actual stills from the movie while the other includes director Peter Jackson, you know…directing stuff!

The most exciting of the three is obviously our first official look at star Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins with a few friends in the background. The second image is of Ian McKellen in his return to the role of Gandalf the Grey, and the third is of Jackson talking to Freeman on the set.

You can see the first official images from The Hobbit via Entertainment Weekly by clicking on over to the other side now, and the first of the two-part film will be arriving during the holidays, 2012.

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