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When do we get a trailer for the next Hobbit film, whatever it’s going to be called?
When Quentin Tarantino, Peter Jackson, Tom Cruise, Kiera Knightley, Martin Scorcese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks And More Got The Clap
I have to say Sean Bean doesn’t look too happy. But everyone else seems to get into the spirit of things. The current playing advert on Film4 for its series of filmmaker and actor interviews…
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 …
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.
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…
The Master of Laketown seems to have become a wonderful creation, Stephen Fry’s behaviours crusted over and soaked in corruption.
In some ways, we’ve come on a lot since Myst. In other ways… not so much.
Large oversized set pieces. Regular sized humans. Hilarity ensues!
A new 3 minute long trailer just premiered at the fan event for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Bilbo’s offset to make space for Gandalf at the centre of this poster for The Desolation of Smaug.
On all fours and making dragon faces. Lovely.
It is a rather nice image but it’s not a poster.
The Hobbit 2 has a new poster and by this time tomorrow we will have seen a new trailer too.
There’s at least one significant change from the book on display here.
We’d already seen Beorn’s bear skin in an old promotional banner, from when this series was going to run to two films, but now we have a look at his human, if still rather hirsute form.
Also includes dwarf training for The Battle of Five Armies and it looks a lot like hard work. Poor little fellas.