Are you faking kidding me? It's the most idiotic ask wich I ever seen... Hobbit is the book of Tolkien and no one has rights to change it...
Wow really? So when people make movies out of books, (examples such as the Hunger Games, Much Ado About Nothing, Harry Potter etc) and they kill off characters that don't die in the books, or introduce new characters that aren't even in the books, that's not changing it?
This is very different. In those cases they introduce minor or medium changes, that don't damage the story (too much). But Thorin Oakenshield's death in the Hobbit is so important as Lord Voldemort's in the HP books. Thu he's not evi, he's greedy and corrupt by the idea of the Arkenstone, and so he dies. It's a lesson, not an author's game. Besides, TLOTR and TH are very different from other fantasy novels. Tolkien's work is litterature, not JUST FANTASY. Everithing has a deeper meaning, a hidden lesson, like viking sagas used to have.
Ken Baker1 hour ago Comments: Don't kill Thorin in the movie. It is a tragedy if you do. He is not greedy more than any of us today. He has suffered long enough to get what is rightfully his and his people. KEN
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