Director: Peter Jackson
Bilbo and Company are forced to engage in a war against an array of combatants and keep the terrifying Smaug from acquiring a kingdom of treasure and obliterating all of Middle-Earth.
Early Box Office Predictions:
Opening Weekend: USD $73,000,000
Domestic Total: USD $303,750,000
Foreign Total: USD $750,000,000
Worldwide Total: USD $1,053,750,000
The final chapter for the Middle-Earth franchise, one last adventure through J.R.R.Tolkiens masterpieces, in other words, something many will not miss. Five Armies has been the center of a ton of buzz, both social and media. With it’s elaborate budget, five-army battle and a fire-breathing dragon, the box office will burn bright under it’s wings. The series second chapter, The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, opened domestically with USD $73 million, Five Armies should match that, if not improve upon that number. The longevity of the title will most likely fare like the other installments, and conclude it’s run around USD $303 million. Around the world, Five Armies is almost certainly going to reach USD $700 million, and don’t be surprised if it ends will USD $750 million, making the final Hobbit the second-highest worldwide grossing movie of 2014,with USD $1, 053 billion.