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By Emir Pasanovic I have been angry for the past week and the following extensive review of the second installation of the Hobbit trilogy reflects that anger. I won’t talk about the high frame rate but there will be LOTS …
And, yes, they show off the Dragon. Well, his head, anyway. Which was the bit we never really got to see last time.
Evangeline Lilly is prepared for whatever audience reaction greets Tauriel, her newly-created character in the next Hobbit film, The Desolation of Smaug.
And word of a real Middle Earth tourist attraction you can visit today.
My first impressions of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
The Goblin-town stuff is my favourite. All of it.
Why not make a version of The Hobbit when you’re Hobbit-sized. Makes sense to me.
Interactivity in The Shire with all new footage.
We’ll have a new trailer on Wednesday, but first – groovy new pics.
Plus: “I hope Smaug gets to keep Ben’s beautiful eyes”
A kind of sentimentality is getting in the way again.
It was rumoured then rebuffed but now it’s on the table again, thanks to some very credible reporting. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. will let Peter Jackson go back on set, shoot some more for The Hobbit and …
Hello big boys.
A new release date for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has started popping up all over the place. Instead of December 14th, we’re now seeing December 26th.
Does This Lord Of The Rings Family Tree Teach Us Anything About Gender Representation In Middle Earth?
Or will we get a better idea from the Tea Party’s Christine O’Donnell…?
My hunch is that Peter Jackson’s casting agent really likes British comedy. Indeed, I believe that Bill Bailey, Johnny Vegas and Alan Davies all auditioned for The Lord of the Rings, or The Hobbit or both, but none of them won a role. But the Big Yin did.
Recently hauled out of the vaults and uploaded to the internet is a most interesting short animation based upon The Hobbit. It was animated and edited within a single month by Gene Deitch… but why in such a hurry? You …
Author Steve Hillard has reached an agreement with the infamously protective Tolkien estate that will now see, after some initial fears, his novel Mirkwood make it to publication and what’s more, he’s signed a deal that will see the book …