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Here's How The 'Hobbit' App Spoiled The Film's Ending

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The Hobbit

If you're like us, you can't wait for the much-anticipated "Hobbit" film from Peter Jackson this December. 

We've seen plenty of behind-the-scenes photos, and a total of seven production films to date; however, we're still hungry for more.

Last week, distributors Warner Bros. and MGM released a "Hobbit Movies" app filled with exclusive photos, videos of the cast, and a giant plot-revealing scroll

Granted, nothing is truly "spoiled" as the film will closely follow the 1937 classic by J.R.R. Tolkien

We imagined the app would be a cool interactive feature to release ahead of the film; however, when everyone began pointing out that the end of the film "may be" revealed in the app, we took a closer look and realized the entire film – not just the end – is spoiled inside. 

If you've ever read the book like us, it's a slight shock to see the entirety of the film right there. 

We've broken down the scroll to show how the film gets spoiled.

If you want to be somewhat surprised come December, we advise you to stray away.

Gandalf shows up at Bilbo Baggins house at Bag End unexpectedly, tricking him into hosting a feast for 13 dwarves.



There, the dwarves and Gandalf convince Bilbo to set out on a suicide mission ... er adventure to reclaim their treasure guarded by the dragon Smaug in the far off Lonely Mountain.



After promising him a cut of the money, and showing him a map with a secret door into the Mountain, Bilbo signs off on becoming the group's "burglar."



See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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