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Peter Jackson Walked Around Comic Con Yesterday As An Evil Jester And Nobody Knew. Did You Get A Pic?
Did you see the evil jester? Surprise. Nicely done, Peter Jackson.
Kind of a mouthful, but I guess it sounds a bit more exciting than its first name.
When do we get a trailer for the next Hobbit film, whatever it’s going to be called?
Warner Bros. have recently registered that name and while it’s not clear why, it’s doubtful that they’d be doing it ‘just because’ at this stage of the game.
Another Hobbit Production Vlog – Howard Shore’s Score, Post Production And… Pictures Of The Beatles?
Some unexpected anecdotes, quick meet-and-greets with members of the movie’s orchestra and explanation of Howard Shore’s thinking behind this picture’s cues and tunes.
I like The Hobbit and I like Lego, but which one is best? There’s only one way to find out…
A year from now this film is suddenly going to be a whole lot better than it is now. Well, from one point of view at least.
Thanks to Lucy Keeler…
And, ultimately, I think I actually like it this way.
The Master of Laketown seems to have become a wonderful creation, Stephen Fry’s behaviours crusted over and soaked in corruption.
The man behind Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit will be the focus of the latest Hollywood biopic.
In some ways, we’ve come on a lot since Myst. In other ways… not so much.
Because every movie apparently needs seven individual character posters, even grueling historical dramas about WWII and prisoner of war camps.
The last of these Hobbit events, back in the Spring, was an awful lot of fun and I think Jackson is effortlessly charming.
Here’s this weekend’s elaborate couch gag for The Simpsons. Sticking to the events of The Hobbit allows them the opportunity to do Lord of the Rings later, I guess.
On all fours and making dragon faces. Lovely.
It is a rather nice image but it’s not a poster.