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THE HOBBIT - THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES - Main poster

Here’s the main one-sheet poster for the final Hobbit movie. Out on December 19.

Posters

ENFJ- Gandalf the Grey

ENFJ- The Optimists

Mindset

(NF- The Romantics)

Gandalf’s insight into people and situations is extraordinary. He is adventurous, never staying in one place for very long. 122 more words

MBTI

If you don't study, "You shall not pass!"

Gandalf reminds kids that they need to study to do well at school in the only way he knows how.

In case it is not already clear, Sir Ian McKellen is an international treasure. 17 more words

Movie Reviews

'Lord of the Rings' Gandalf gives Hobbit fans academic advice

That voice.

Students from Chew Valley School in South West England got some advice from Sir Ian McKellen during a recent visit.

McKellen was there to praise the anti-bullying work that the students have been doing with the Stonewall charity, which lobbies for lesbian, gay and bisexual equality. 124 more words

Celebrities

X-Men 2 (2003)

The X-Men films are strange, you have these mutants with amazing powers but they don’t seem to be able to do a lot with them most of the time. 423 more words

Review

Monday motivation, courtesy of Gand - I mean, Sir Ian McKellen

Honestly, Sir Ian is one of the coolest cats in Hollywood. And he knows how to own it, too. There are few stars at the moment who can claim to have mastered the Internet beast, but between Sir Ian and his BFF Sir Patrick Stewart, almost everything they do turns to Internet gold. 33 more words

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Proof Review: X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2014) [4.0]

“Just because someone stumbles and loses their path, doesn’t mean they’re lost forever.”
-Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart)

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST // After three films (“X-Men”, “X2”, and “X-Men: The Last Stand”), two spin-offs (“X-Men Origins: Wolverine” and “The Wolverine”), and one prequel (“X-Men: First Class”), no one can really blame the franchise for reaching fatigue.

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