Peter Jackson answered the first of 20 fan questions on Facebook about The Hobbit . The fan asked if we’re going to see the White Council attacking Dol Guldor. Here is Jackson’s answer:
I’m not going to say just what and when, but I will confirm that both the White Council and Dol Guldur will feature in the movies. And not just in one scene either. Just how to visualise… Continue reading Peter Jackson Starts Answering The Hobbit Fan Questions
Out of the batch of Fright Night 3D images that were released a few weeks back, it looks like we missed one…
A good look at David Tennant as Peter Vincent.
We gave you a peek at the actor when his visage appeared on a Hard Rock Hotel banner . Vincent, in this Craig Gillespie-directed update of the ’80s film, is a Vegas performer (think Criss Angel).
Click on the image below to… Continue reading Peter Vincent Works His Mojo in This Fright Night Photo
Peter Facinelli sounded a little exhausted when EW chatted with him on the phone last week — as he well should be. The actor has been flying to and from the set of Breaking Dawn in Vancouver, where the cast is filming “second unit” scenes (like stunts). What gives him an energy boost? Talking about what’s
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Peter Jackson has updated his Facebook page with a post talking about why they are shooting The Hobbit films at 48 frames per second (fps) versus the usual 24 fps. You can read the post below and view a couple of new photos from the set:
Time for an update. Actually, we’ve been intending to kick off with a video, which is almost done, so look out for that in… Continue reading Peter Jackson on Shooting The Hobbit at 48 fps
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!