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if you check the dates in the appendix for the LOTR books, Aragorn is only 10 at the time of the hobbit. . .
Due to his Númenórean decent, Aragorn is around the age of 87 during the events of The Lord of the Rings. When he is crowned king of the Reunited Kingdom, his reign lasts a whopping 122 years, until his death at the age of 210. As such, given the events of The Hobbit occur around 60 years before The Fellowship is formed, that would put Aragorn somewhere ...
Movies often change facts/events due to "artistic license", in that a director/screenplay writer has the authority to tell whatever story they want once they've licensed the characters name/likeness/storyline. An obvious example is the multiple stories of Batman every time it's rebooted, and the major differences between The Joker in all said reboots. ...
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