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By Brigid Brown | Posted on December 27th, 2012
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost reunite in The World’s End, reports The Daily Blam.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on December 18th, 2012
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 ...
By Tom Brook | Posted on December 12th, 2012
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.
By Leah Rozen | Posted on December 11th, 2012
It is easy to mistake The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey for a British movie. That’s because English actors play so many of the major roles in the fantasy adventure film, which opens Friday (Dec. 14).
It’s a curious story to suddenly run, just as The Hobbit is coming out and people are getting to see what he’s been up to down in New Zealand for much of the year, but still today is the day the Sun has chosen to disclose ...
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.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on November 26th, 2012
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.
Oh great! A TV spot showing Martin Freeman being really good as Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. That’s not something we’ve seen for a while.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on November 6th, 2012
It’s interesting how much the marketing for the new Hobbit films is using Martin Freeman’s comedic talent as a way of building up interest, isn’t it? Whereas Lord of the Rings was about doom and spectacle (and funny ...