'The Hobbit': Predicting Its Box Office Journey Hollywood.com Peter Jackson's much awaited prequel to The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opened this past weekend to fanfare and high anticipation.
Warner Bros Responds to 'The Hobbit' Animal Abuse Claims Hollywood.com Earlier this week, Hobbit producers and director Peter Jackson were accused of animal abuse while working on the movie, and reports surfaced claiming that 27 animals died while...
Brand-new 'The Hobbit' image pops up on game box moviepilot.com all sorts of promotional materials have been released. The newest is a brand-new image that was found on Amazon.de and Losmos.de (hence the German on the box).
'New Zealand may be one of the top territories successfully luring big-budget productions, but the rest of its film and TV sector is firing on all cylinders as well. For the first time, the industry’s earnings have broken the NZ$3 billion ($2.34 billion) barrier, rising by 10% in 2012. This was driven by a 47% increase in feature film revenue and the post-production biz saw a 31% boost year-on-year. James Cameron, with his “Avatar” pics, is reportedly relocating to the outskirts of Wellington, while Jane Campion’s miniseries “Top of the Lake” shot in New Zealand....'
By Michael MartinezQ: Why Didn’t the Elves Help the Dwarves in the Hobbit?
ANSWER: This is one of those questions that has two contexts. If you want to know why the Elves did not help the Dwarves in the book (after capturing them in the forest), the Dwarves refused to provide direct answers to the Elves’ questions. Hence, they never established feelings of trust or mutual interest with the Elves.
Peter Jackson, Guillermo Del Toro Back Controversial Harry Knowles Kickstarter Deadline.com Ain't It Cool News blogger Harry Knowles already has a polarizing rep for getting chummy with the makers of the movies he covers.
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