It will be Benedict Cumberbatch, actor protagonist in the miniseries Sherlock. His partner in the series, Luke Evans, will be Bard. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be released on December 14, 2012. Smaug has already voice. It will be Benedict Cumberbatch, actor protagonist of the successful miniseries Sherlock, who will give voice to the mythical dragon Smaug in the Hobbit, prequel to the Lord of the rings that Peter Jackson directs. Already weeks ago that Martin Freeman, the man who will play the young Bilbo Baggins, warned that his mate allocation in Sherlock (where Freeman gives life to Watson and Holmes Cumberbatch) could join crew in New Zealand. Now their presence is confirmed and double-entry.
And is that in addition to voice and gesture through the technique of capturing the movement, the evil dragon Smaug that custody treasure in the Lonely Mountain who snatched the dwarves. In addition, Cumberbatch will also voice Necromancer (necromancer), the sorcerer who wandered by the Black Forest and later will discover that it is the Dark Lord, Sauron, to which the White Council, led by Saruman then ejects to Mordor. Luke Evans will be Bard but Cumberbatch is not the only signing that Peter Jackson has closed in the past. Also joins the cast Luke Evans, who already it has appeared in tapes of adventure as Robin Hood or clash of the Titans, and that soon we will see in the new version of the three Musketeers embodying Aramis. In Tolkien’s prequel will give life to Bard, the legendary and accurate Archer of Esgaroth, the city of the Lake. Evans and Cumberbatch had thus joined a cast headed by Martin Freeman, Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving, Ian McKellen, Michael Fassbender and Andy Serkis. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be released on December 14, 2012 while the second installment, The Hobbit: There and Back Again will reach screens on December 13, 2013.