Peter Jackson has once again taken us back to Middle-Earth, and with that comes another magnificent adventure that you’ll surely enjoy, even if becomes tiresome at times.
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With the holiday break now behind us, Peter Jackson welcomes us back with his sixth production video-blog in which he continues to show us some of the gorgeous locations where The Hobbit movies are shooting. We also get a look at Andy Serkis working as the second unit director.
In two days’ time the British equivalent of the Academy Awards takes place in the form of the British Academy Film and Television Awards on Sunday 12th February 2012. But, to keep you busy until then, there is plenty of beautiful film news to follow below, as the year has finally got past the post-Christmas rut and the news is now (thankfully) flowing fast and freely.
As if a terrific trailer for The Hobbit wasn’t enough of a Christmas gift, Director Peter Jackson has just released his fifth video blog chronicling the production of the two-part adaptation on his Facebook page. In this installment, Jackson gives fans a terrific look into the logistics of location shooting and the challenges of moving a giant production unit all over New Zealand.
What a delight The Adventures of Tintin is. Directed by master craftsman Steven Spielberg this exciting and jubilant roller-coaster ride of a film is a well-welcomed surprise, guaranteed to please audiences of all ages. Read Sam’s and Jordan’s reviews of the movie.
Warner Bros. has debuted the first trailer for Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on Apple. The story will revolve around the journey of Bilbo Baggins, who embarks on an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor, which was long ago lost to the dragon Smaug.
Peter Jackson is back once again with an incredible inside look into the making of The Hobbit. This fourth video blog takes a deeper look into the 3D technology used in the movie and what audiences should expect with the film being shot with 48 frames per second rather than the traditional 24. Check out the video diary after the jump!
While the plan had always been to have Spielberg direct the first movie and Jackson the second, it’s nice to get an official confirmation that he will indeed helm the Tintin follow-up after he finishes shooting The Hobbit. Read more after the jump!
Peter Jackson has posted the third installment of his video blog from the set of The Hobbit. Most of the video focuses on the thirteen dwarves that accompany Bilbo on his journey to the Lonely Mountains. There is also a few glimpses of Cate Blanchett and Hugo Weaving and plenty of enlightening interviews that will please anyone looking forward to the movies.