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Update on Battle of Five Armies: TheOnering.net confirms trailer details

More details on the trailer for The Battle of Five Armies
More details on the trailer for The Battle of Five Armies
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We have reached the end of June and there has been no sign of a trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies. The final chapter in The Hobbit trilogy is scheduled to hit theaters this holiday season, but that is not stopping fans from being anxious to see a preview. As of right now, there is still no word when moviegoers can expect to see a trailer for The Battle of Five Armies (though Peter Jackson has signed his seal of approval for the trailer). Fortunately, TheOnering.net is keeping two eyes on the matter and reporting anything they can on when we can see the trailer. While there is nothing too major to report, the site did feature an update on the trailer's status just the other day.

In a new report from the fan site, Onering,net's sources were able to gather some information from the upcoming trailer. It is not much, but from what the site was able to gather, it could lead to some important information on the impending preview.

Our Russian friends at Henneth-annun.ru have some additional information about the long-awaited trailer for the final Hobbit film.

Their inside source says that the trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies contains just four spoken phrases. Four sentences only.

If true, here are two possibilities: the trailer is more of a teaser length, or it’s going to be more epic, and more serious than anyone has previously considered.

This examiner has to agree with Onering.net. Judging from their source's description on the trailer, the preview will be either very short or very epic. If the preview does end up being a short trailer, then that would not be too shocking. Seeing that this is the first trailer to film, it could be believable that the preview is in fact a teaser. Then again, if the trailer is like the second option, then we might be looking at a one of the best trailers of the year. If the preview uses the music and action to speak, then it will certainly be a trailer that moviegoers will no doubt remember. Whether the trailer is short or silent, fans of Peter Jackson's film series will just be exciting to get their first taste at the final chapter in the Middle Earth Saga.

What do you think? Do you want the trailer to play out as stated above or do you just want to see the trailer? Express your opinion in the comments below. The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies hits theaters on December 17th.

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