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Benedict Cumberbatch is best known as the inquisitive, know-it-all modern day Sherlock Holmes in BBC’s original drama Sherlock that airs on PBS in the U.S.
We all know it takes a while to make movies. Even after the script is finished there are all of those locations to find, actors to cast, scenes to storyboard and shoot, edits to make, sound effects to create, visual effects to …
The new trailer for Peter Jackson’s film adaptation of J.R.R.
Yeah, thought that’d get your attention. This is, of course, a new production still from Peter Jackson‘s one, no two, no three film adaptation of JRR Tolkien‘s The Hobbit, featuring Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins.
In just a few days, filmmaker Peter Jackson will return to the Hobbit movies after spending a brief time at the Sundance Film Festival promoting the documentary West of Memphis, which he co-produced.
Here it is! The first trailer for Peter Jackson’s sumptuous adaptation of JRR Tolkein’s The Hobbit, which, one year from now, we’ll have all seen in full. Set your calendars!
British actor Andy Serkis — who’s reprising the role of Gollum in the forthcoming Hobbit movies — is definitely enjoying his extra behind-the-camera responsibilities given to him by director Peter Jackson.
For all that cynics sneer about Facebook and Twitter, you’ve got to admit that you do get a higher quality stream of insider gossip when it comes from the stars themselves. Especially when they’re involved in making something.
When it comes to The Hobbit, we can barely contain our excitement. How about you? Martin Freeman‘s recent mention that Benedict Cumberbatch will be a part of the star-studded cast still has us doing the happy dance.