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After we so hastily dismissed The Hobbit's new movie poster, we're now eating our words like they're chocolate covered pretzels.

Since our bashing yesterday, The Hobbit team has unleashed a masterpiece of a poster. Instead of just a solitary shot of Gandalf, more characters than you can shake a wand at.

It even features Gandalf with the shape-shifter Beorn, who takes the form of a bear - a character which hasn't been seen before.

Click this pic:

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be out on December 26. The Hobbit: There And Back Again follows on December 13 next year

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