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.
It's almost time for me to get unfeasibly excited about the next Hobbit movie, I think. This giant banner isn't going to calm me down any.
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.
Orlando Bloom, Evengeline Lilly, Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Matt Damon and George Clooney feature in these new images.
There are thirteen minutes of new footage in the extended cut of the first Hobbit movie, An Unexpected Journey. Here’s one of them.
The US release of an extended cut of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has been officially announced with a quote from Peter Jackson.
Thanks to Bleeding Cool’s Eric Rezsnyak for the photos…
Also includes dwarf training for The Battle of Five Armies and it looks a lot like hard work. Poor little fellas.
Maybe we ought to get straight on to A Million Moms if there's going to be nudity in this film and its still only rated PG-13. Society must be on the verge of collapse.
It's just very nice to look at, especially at full resolution and full screen.
And, yes, they show off the Dragon. Well, his head, anyway. Which was the bit we never really got to see last time.
Warner Bros. have officially released this poster for the next Hobbit movie, The Desolation of Smaug.
As is the typical pattern with studio movies, the release of the first trailer is being preceded by a poster.
Evangeline Lilly is prepared for whatever audience reaction greets Tauriel, her newly-created character in the next Hobbit film, The Desolation of Smaug.
The Roxy Cinema in Wellington, New Zealand, has played host to many Peter Jackson-related statues, from Gollum to Tintin. It now seems that they've just taken receipt of another.