Monday Trending Topics: The Hobbit

Posted by July 31, 2012 Comment

Peter Jackson speaks: So, without further ado and on behalf of New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Wingnut Films, and the entire cast and crew of “The Hobbit” films, I’d like to announce that two films will become three. Much more at the link.

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

Marvel To Liquidate Stacks Of Hardcover Stock

Just as DC Comics did recently, Marvel Comics are liquidating the following hardcovers to retailers at massive discounts  to retailers right now. As you can see, some of these are already unavailable to Amazon.. but some are already at up to 60% off.

Amazing Spider-Man Across The Decades By Marcos Martin

Here are Marcos Martin’s Spider-Man Through The Decades variant covers for Amazing Spider-Man #692, designated the fiftieth anniversary issue of the title. That’s the original Spider-bite, the death of Gwen Stacy, the symbiote costume that would become Venom, the Clone Saga and the New Avengers.

Kieron Gillen And Greg Land Launch Invincible Iron Man For Marvel Now! (RWIYOTAAPJ)

Are the Uncanny X-Men team of Kieron Gillen and Greg Land really working on Robert Kirkman’s Invincible for Marvel, as this image seems to suggest?

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

Peter Jackson’s Official Statement On Why He’s (Officially!) Making The Hobbit Into Three Films

There’s probably a lot of interesting people using Facebook, but none have posted as many updates to intrigue me as Peter Jackson. He was a pioneer of video blogging movie productions too, and is continuing that superbly with The Hobbit. Now all I want is somebody to get him hooked on Twitter.

Two Possible Names For The Third Hobbit Film Registered And Revealed, Unless… 

It seems that Jackson, Warner Bros. and the full furry-feet team have registered a couple of possible titles for their third Hobbit picture while they make up their mind which of them will be best.

So They Made Watson A Woman On Elementary For The Sexual Tension With Sherlock, Right?

Starting this Autumn as part of CBS’ new line up will be Elementary, a modern day spin on the character and casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Yes, another one. Set in New York, this time. It’s been a hot topic of conversation at Bleeding Cool since we first caught wind of it.


(Last Updated July 31, 2012 2:58 am )

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