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"Hobbit" may bring a Hollywood ending to 2012 box office

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Nov 30, 2012 at 4:30 AM PST
Source: Chicago Tribune
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It took more than a decade, two directors and a lawsuit before "The Hobbit" made it to the big screen. Hollywood executives are crossing their fingers that the culmination of that journey will help smash movie box office records this year. FULL ARTICLE AT Chicago Tribune
 
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