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Orlando Bloom, Benedict Cumberbatch, Howard Shore, Ed Sheeran, Stephen Fry... you name it, all the stars were out for the premiere of the second instalment of The Hobbit film trilogy on the red carpet in Hollywood.
Stephen Fry, The Hobbit's Master of Laketown arrives at the premiere in Hollywood.
The stars of the film assemble outside the cinema.
Legolas is here! Orlando Bloom poses in front of the film poster before heading inside to see the film.
It's Bard the Bowman, actor Luke Evans, taking his place on the red carpet - which is actually black, and emblazoned with The Hobbit logo.
Manu Bennett, who plays Azog, arrives at the premiere.
Sean Astin, otherwise known as Samwise Gamgee with his daughters Ali Astin and Christine Astin.
Actors Dean O'Gorman and Aidan Turner arrive. Don't recognise them? They're the dwarves Fíli and Kili in The Hobbit.
The soundtrack composer takes his place in front of the cameras at the world premiere of The Hobbit part II.
Here he is, Bilbo Baggins himself, Martin Freeman, and director Peter Jackson.
Nadine Barber, producer Gary Barber, actor Martin Freeman and Amanda Abbington pose on the not-so-red carpet.
Martin Freeman, The Hobbit himself, and Gary Barber, CEO of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stop for a picture ahead of the screening.
New Zealand actress Rose McIver arrives at The Hobbit world premiere.
Continuing the autumnal forest theme from the film, the premiere featured its own bare trees and fallen gold leaves.
Peter Jackson arrives with senior Warner Brothers' staff to attend the second part of The Hobbit premiere.
Don't be fooled - he might look like Benedict Cumberbatch, but this is actually Smaug the dragon and the voice of the Necromancer.
Capturing a flavour of the autumnal event, Benedict Cumberbatch strolls down the branded carpet to the cinema.
Could it be... Ed Sheeran? He features on the soundtrack to The Hobbit, singing I See Fire.
Production designer and art director Dan Hennah arrives with his wife Chris.
Stephen Fry (and his impressive beard) makes his way inside to watch the world premiere of The Hobbit.