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God bless social media, and Peter Jackson for being particularly good at it!
So, in a series of Facebook posts that have seen us say emotional farewells from the set of the final Hobbit film, Peter posted these adorable pictures today.
This week, after twelve hours of shooting part of the Battle of the Five Armies for the third film in the Hobbit trilogy, The Hobbit: There and Back Again, Peter Jackson said goodbye to Orlando Bloom. Bloom has played Legolas, Elf and …
Hopefully you’ll forgive a shameless raid on a famous person’s Facebook feed, in order to discuss the end of an era. It seems Sir Ian McKellen has finally finished with the fake beard and funny robes required to bring his …
NOW we’re getting somewhere!
Critics of the last Hobbit movie were quick to point out that the film seemed to take longer to get started than it would take to read the entire novel, backwards, while blindfolded and hung upside-down, using a tissue paper rope, over …
Oh yes, I bet you thought now that The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is in the theaters we’d have run out of things to say on the subject. Well nuh-uh.
See, didn’t we tell you Martin Freeman was good?
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey finally reached theaters this weekend, and despite some lukewarm reviews and complaints about the running time, Peter Jackson’s latest Middle-earth epic has set a box office record with the …
A much talked-of aspect of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, out on Friday (December 14), is that it was shot at 48 frames per second. Most movies are shot at half this speed.
Stephen Colbert, a lifelong fan of JRR Tolkien, has taken it upon himself to dedicate a week-long tribute to The Hobbit with four shows on The Colbert Report this week on Comedy Central at 11:30pm ET.
The Hobbit director Peter Jackson has gone out of his way to praise Martin Freeman for his lead role as Bilbo Baggins in the forthcoming film (December 14), reports Total Film.