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'Hobbit' world premiere
The cast and crew of 'The Hobbit' descended on Wellington for the film's world premiere.
A massive crowd of fans gathered to greet the cast and crew of
at the world premiere of
An Unexpected Journey
in Wellington, New Zealand on Wednesday (28 November).
Thousands of excited fans sparked Middle Earth mania in New Zealand with many staked out in costume hoping to catch a glimpse of their favourite stars.
Many of the fans came in costume... like this group of elven women.
The hobbit himself! Martin Freeman, who plays Bilbo in the new trilogy, looked dapper in his suit.
Director Peter Jackson brought his daughter Katie along for the festivities.
Andy Serkis - who played Gollum and served as a second unit director on the film - speaks to journalists on the red carpet.
Elijah Wood - who reprises his role as Frodo for the films - was also on hand.
Actress Evangeline Lily added a little sparkle on the red carpet.
Chinese actress Yao Chen arrives on the red carpet looking breath-taking in her lilac gown.
Director James Cameron and Suzy Amis pose for the cameras.
Actor Mark Hadlow shares his delight at being at the premiere.
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key speaks to the frenzied crowd.
PETA members - dressed to resemble the Nazgul from
Lord of the Rings
- held up signs protesting reported cruelty to animals during the production of the trilogy.
The man who made it all come to life: Jackson stops to speak to reporters on the red carpet.
Peak-a-boo I see you! Gollum (Andy Serkis) pokes his head out before walking onto the stage at the premiere.
cast pose together on stage.
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