New Line/Warner Bros. announced today that production has begun in New Zealand on The Hobbit , Peter Jackson’s two-film epic adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s timeless classic. The studio has also revealed two photos of Jackson on the set which you can view below in the press release:
Production has commenced in Wellington, New Zealand, on “The Hobbit,” filmmaker Peter Jackson’s two film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s widely read masterpiece.
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Peter Jackson poses on the set of his upcoming film The Hobbit, which starts production on Monday (March 21) in New Zealand.
The Hobbit, the prequel to The Lord of the Rings series, follows the journey of title character Bilbo Baggins, who is swept into an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor, which… Continue reading Peter Jackson: 'The Hobbit' Starts Production - First Look!
Peter Jackson’s troubled The Hobbit project has hit another snag amid allegations of colorism in casting. A casting agent was fired this week after the man told a would-be extra that she was “too dark” to play one of the pint-sized creatures. What year is it again? “No such instructions were given, the crew member [...] Continue reading Race Row Hits “The Hobbit” Casting
The long-awaited movies based on JRR Tolkien”s ‘The Hobbit’ have been given the green light. Peter Jackson will begin filming the prequel of ‘Lord of the Rings’ next year with an estimated budget of 500 million dollars. The announcement was formally made by New Line Cinema — which bankrolled The Lord of the Rings’ — [...] Continue reading Peter Jackson to start shooting ‘The Hobbit’ next year
The film adaptation of ‘The Hobbit’ is set to become the most expensive movie ever. The Hollywood blockbuster – a prequel to ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy and planned to be shot in New Zealand for the last decade – is expected to cost US 500 million dollars (662 million dollars) and has already [...] Continue reading ‘The Hobbit’ could become most expensive movie of all time