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The realm of Middle Earth and caped superheroes brought adventure and battle to Comic- Con as fans of Warner Bros' The Hobbit and Batman V Superman were treated to first-look sneak peeks of the films last Saturday.

The eager audience at the convention, most of whom had camped out overnight to get into the 6,500-capacity hall, were treated to a 10-minute blooper reel of main actors in Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit messing up their lines and goofing around on set.

They were also given a first look at The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies, out in theatres on Dec 17, which saw a glimpse in the epic-scale battle that takes place in Middle Earth, based on the books by J.R.R. Tolkien.

"It's always great when you can kill off some main characters," said director Peter Jackson, a fan favourite at Comic-Con. "You have the chance to do something powerful and emotional. We do get to kill a few of them this time around."

"It's not as comical as the first Hobbit movie. It's getting closer to the tone of Lord Of The Rings," he added.

Moderator and Hobbit superfan Stephen Colbert, dressed as a lake master from Tolkien's fantasy world, joined many leading cast members on stage, including Benedict Cumberbatch, Cate Blanchett, Elijah Wood, Orlando Bloom and Andy Serkis.

Actors Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen and Richard Armitage were absent.

"I was just grateful to get in this one. I thought my time was over in Middle Earth," Oscar-winning Blanchett said about reprising her role as elf queen Galadriel.

Jackson added: "We do get to see Gala-driel lose it a little in this movie... she gets to kick Sauron's a*** a little bit."

Cumberbatch plays two characters in the film - the dragon Smaug and the Necromancer, an iteration of villain Sauron. He said: "One is made of something vulnerable and one seems to be born out of everything that's evil and difficult to pin down and kill.

Serkis, who has been a pioneer in the motion- capture world for developing visual-effect techniques that helped capture the character of creature Gollum in the Lord Of The Rings and Hobbit films, said the film "basically changed the course of my life with such magnitude".

He will be in the upcoming Star Wars films, most likely in a motion-capture role.

The other big highlight of the Warner Bros panel was the highly anticipated glimpse at Man Of Steel sequel Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.

Director Zack Snyder showed a 30-second clip of Batman, played by Ben Affleck, flaring the bat signal into the sky, only to find the silhouette blocked by Superman, played by Henry Cavill.

Snyder brought Affleck, Cavill and Gal Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman on stage, but did not reveal any more about the plot of the film, due out in theatres in 2016.

 
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