After a new batch of pictures were released yesterday, Bilbo Baggins and company are back yet again with the newest trailer for The Hobbit, which helps set up the storyline, as well as giving us more sweeping shots of Middle Earth. Watch after the jump!
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Apparently there is something called Tolkien week which happens every year around September 22 (Bilbo and Frodo Baggins’ birthday) and guess what: Warner Bros. and Peter Jackson have released a new batch of new stills to celebrate the event.
New Line Cinema has released a big batch of new pictures from Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy that will delight fan-boys and girls alike. Take a good look at Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) and his merry band of dwarves after the jump!
As we are slowly inching closer to the release date for Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit, Entertainment Weekly is featuring Bilbo (Martin Freeman) and Gandalf (Ian McKellen) on the cover of their annual Comic Con issue.Also check out a big batch of new pics that give us a closer look at all the main characters.
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.
A new image of Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) has been released today (via Hero Complex) and it looks like our hero is gathering himself for a crucial struggle. Check it out after the jump!
The next edition will single the start of a new dawn, a new day, a new life, for me and I’m feeling good! In case you’ve been drunk since Christmas, I’m talking about 2012, and with this post I’d like to wish a Happy New Year to all the readers and writers of Anomalous Material!
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.