**Minor The Hobbit spoilers ahead … so if you haven’t read the book yet (gasp!), proceed with caution. Nothing major, but just a gentle warning 🙂 **
There’s one particular line during a specific moment in the book, that I’ve been hoping makes its way into the final cut of the movie; for over four years now.
Ever since The Hobbit films were announced, I’ve been wishing – with quite a deep desire – for this to make an appearance.
This sentence is actually a piece of dialogue, said by one of the characters, during the climax of Film 3:
“To me! To me! Elves and Men! To me! O my kinsfolk!” he cried, and his voice shook like a horn in the valley.
There it is.
The shivers …. oooh 😀
Personally, it always gave so much significance to the whole theme of the story and especially within the context it is told – not least, a defining moment for the character who says it.
Come December, if I hear this in the film, I’ll be positively overwhelmed and most of the gripes I have towards the “changes” made in the Trilogy, will vanish into thin air.
If only Peter Jackson would grant me a wish for the final Hobbit film, it would definitely be this.
What about you? Do you have any specific lines of upcoming dialogue you absolutely cannot do without, or would like to hear/see?
**And if you can avoid any major spoilers as you write your comments, you will be thrice thanked 🙂 **