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What Are the Most Common Words in Sequel Titles?

By Jordan Smith, Hollywood Staff

The final Hobbit film has a brand new name. On his Facebook page, Peter Jackson revealed that the final leg of Bilbo's Journey, originally titled The Hobbit: There and Back Again, has been changed to The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. A week ago, there were rumors that the third film in Jackson's Hobbit trilogy might be retitled to Into the Fire, a title that in some ways felt apt, Smaug being a fire-breathing dragon and all, but also felt like one of those generic catch-all subtitles that could be sewed on to any film and fit seamlessly.

Battle of the Five Armies doesn't have the same nostalgic ring to it as There and Back Again, which is the actual subtitle to the original novel, but it does fit better than Into the Fire. J.R.R. Tolkien's novel does consist of a battle between five armies. In celebration of The Hobbit sequel's new title, We've decided to create a list of the most commonly used words in sequel titles equipped with a colon.

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