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Watch: Andy Serkis Reads Entirety Of 'The Hobbit' For Charity

The actor, who appeared in movie adaptations of the novel and its sequel trilogy, "The Lord of the Rings," says proceeds raised during the streaming event will benefit COVID-19 relief efforts.

Andy Serkis, the physically-nimble actor largely known for his CGI-assisted roles, is doing some quarantine reading. He's reading aloud from the entirety of "The Hobbit" in a livestream on Friday.

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