MacWizard: Jon iz teh kewl: MacWizard: jabelar: othmar: i kind of don't think that had anything to do with that opening of the Hobbit movie.I don't know, it is pretty cool that a mountain used in the movie that has been dormant for a century happens to erupt within a month of the opening.Except that Mt. Doom isn't part of "The Hobbit." The mountain's contract clearly called for an eruption at the opening of the LOTR's second movie. It's wa-a-a-y behind schedule and will probably lose a percentage of residual income.how do u know u haven't even seen The HobbitBecause I'm a wizard.And I read the book.
JonnyBGoode: Has anyone mentioned Mt. Doom isn't even in the Hobbit yet?
Jon iz teh kewl: JonnyBGoode: Has anyone mentioned Mt. Doom isn't even in the Hobbit yet?[upload.wikimedia.org image 256x380]
RobSeace: Jon iz teh kewl: JonnyBGoode: Has anyone mentioned Mt. Doom isn't even in the Hobbit yet?[upload.wikimedia.org image 256x380]Now, that's a movie I wish they'd do properly... No, the one with The Rock doesn't count... It was semi-enjoyable for mindless entertainment, but it wasn't Doom... Doom requires fighting actual demons from Hell! (Of course, there's not really much of any actual plot beyond that, which presents a bit of a problem...)
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