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There were rumors that the powers that be wanted The Hobbit to be a trilogy. I didn’t really think much of it because The Hobbit as two movies would be good enough already. Looks like it isn’t.
As part of the Hobbit Production Diary, this video follows Peter Jackson and crew as they head to San Diego Comic-Con to do interviews and panels. It’s a good thing Nerd Reactor wasn’t invited to the Hobbit interview sessions, because I would’ve just embarrassed myself by doing crappy Gollum More >
Yup, it is officially here! A lot earlier than I expected it too. If you have not caught up with all of Peter Jackson’s behind the scenes extras he has been filming along side with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, than this trailer should arouse your interest. If you have not read the books, not More >
Elijah Wood has said that he thinks The Hobbit trailer will be attached to The Adventures of Tintin when it hits theaters on December 23, 2011. It makes sense, since Peter Jackson will be directing the sequel.
“I have not seen it. I have spoken to people about the trailer, I have a sense of what’s More >
I love these behind-the-scenes video blog by Peter Jackson for The Hobbit. You’re looking at the guy who watches the behind-the-scenes stuff for the Lord of the Rings trilogy over and over again.
In this video, Peter Jackson talks about the 3D technology incorporated into the production. So if you More >
Peter Jackson has once again graced us with production video number three. In this behind the scenes video we are shown more of the acting and actor aspects that have been taking place in the first block of a total 275 days of filming. I have checked out the first two and have to say it is More >
Kate (Evangeline Lilly) from Lost and Dame Edna (Barry Humphries) are joining the cast in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit. Evangeline will be playing a woodland elf from Mirkwood named Tauriel, who was created just for the movie, and Barry Humphries will be playing the Goblin King. The new recruits More >
I was never a fan of the TINTIN comics. I mean not to say they were not any good, but I was far too busy with my Marvel and DC comics to care much for the adventures of a young investigator and his dog. Needless to say when it was announced that Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg would come More >