How to tell the difference between the two movies about a lost city
A new movie about the lost city of Los Angeles was released in Toronto last month and it has drawn comparisons to the epic tale of The Hobbit, which sold more than $1 billion worldwide.
In The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, a young hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, wanders the lands of Middle-earth in search of his family, who have been separated from him for hundreds of years.
The hobbit discovers that he can teleport back to his home in the Misty Mountains of the far-off North, and in doing so he learns the true nature of the hobbits and his role in the creation of the world.
The Hobbit films, based on J.R.
R Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy, were directed by Peter Jackson and produced by Philippa Boyens and Christopher Lee.
The films also grossed more than £300 million ($530 million) at the worldwide box office.
The new film, titled The Hobbit at the Gates of Saruman, is set to be released in Canada on Friday.
It is the first Hobbit movie to hit Canadian screens in more than 30 years.
It follows Bilbo as he searches for his lost home and tries to solve the mystery of why his family has disappeared.
The film stars Idris Elba as the hobbit’s older brother, Thorin, and Ian McKellen as the wizard Gandalf.
The Hobbit at The Gates of Sarnath was released last year in Toronto.
The new film is based on the trilogy by J. R.R., the author of the Hobbit books.
It also stars Christopher Lee as Gandalf, Idris McElhinney as Bilbo, Peter Jackson as the film’s director, Philippa Blount as the producer and John Bradley as the star.
The movie was directed by Philipp Anderton, a veteran film-maker and screenwriter who has written films for the likes of John Woo and Robert Rodriguez.
He wrote the screenplay for The Hobbit trilogy.
It was released by the Warner Bros. Pictures-MGM Pictures division of Warner Bros., which is owned by Comcast.
It is the latest in a series of blockbuster franchises that have opened in Canada, including Transformers: Age of Extinction, which grossed $2.8 billion in the U.S. and has since been distributed worldwide.
The Toronto-based film is expected to earn about $15 million this weekend.