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How THE HOBBIT's most infuriating character can be read as a surrogate for the films' director.
How Peter Jackson’s prequel trilogy altered a nation’s culture, its economy, and even its legislation.
It is over. Thank goodness.
Sir Ian McKellan thinks he might.
Only 298 character posters to go!
And other non-news from the third HOBBIT press conference.
That bow and arrow guy’s about to get eaten.
Sam goes there and back again. Again.
The desolation of restraint, storytelling and Devin's love for Middle Earth.
But this one is epic!
That's some fine Farthing Weed, dude.
Is that a retcon? I thought he loved Gimli.
The desolation of color.
Learn what takes this film from Zack Galifianakis to Chris Farely
We can all relax. The dragon looks like a dragon.
He's thinking: "It's going to take 30 minutes of movie time just getting to that door."
The Desolation of Ginger Elf.
Devin takes you on a brief tour of the history of zombie movies.
Because of course he does.
Christopher Tolkien gives his first interview in 40 years.
He's taking that small vacation out of The Shire after all.
A High Frame Rate future could render 100 years of movie history virtually unwatchable.
The pictures hints where the next film ends.
An informal survey of reviews of THE HOBBIT as seen in 48fps.
It's not as bad as you feared, not as good as you hoped.
They'll only be available at the 12:01AM December 14th IMAX screenings.
The biggest movie of the year has been getting kicked on its way to the theater, and now I feel bad for it.
Some HOBBIT fan is about to completely lose his wall space.
The short book has been stretched into three movies... and now there will be Extended Editions on home video!
The latest trailer for the first part of Peter Jackson's new trilogy shows off a different tone.
Warner Bros reveals the title of the new middle chapter in the sudden trilogy, along with release dates.
Warner Bros decides to make THE HOBBIT three movies long.
Or 3D, for that matter.
Of course it's not entirely up to him.
A plethora of scenes make up a 'scroll' showing moments from Peter Jackson's next film.
Another Comic-Con poster - this time for Peter Jackson's THE HOBBIT.
Cinema has always been about a tension between art and technology, with art in the lead. That has changed now, and technology holds the leash. That's a bad thing.
Devin saw ten minutes of THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY presented at 48fps. The content is good, but the presentation leaves a lot to be desired.
A new picture documents a pivotal moment.
Set aside all worries and concerns: THE HOBBIT looks amazing.
Spielberg and Jackson thrilled the faithful with their very presence. But how was the TINTIN footage?
Peter Jackson is back in fine Shire form in this second behind the scenes video from the production of THE HOBBIT.
Meet Dori, Nori and Ori!
This is what Martin Freeman looks like in Elijah Wood drag.
The major HOBBIT casting comes to a close.
THE HOBBIT 1 and THE HOBBIT 2 can now acronymitized.
Does TINTIN ride the Polar Express to the uncanny valley?
Tintin and Snowy walk across a couple of different posters.
It’s begun. Here’s your first video look at the making of THE HOBBIT.
Technical innovation is exciting, but are our storytellers putting the machine before the heart?
Peter Jackson is lean, mean and out of the hospital, posing for pics on the set of Bilbo Baggins’ hobbit hole.
More trouble strikes THE HOBBIT as Peter Jackson undergoes emergency surgery.
There’s a rumor that Elijah Wood could be in THE HOBBIT. But how? Maybe your nerdy friends at Badass Digest figured it out. Unless it’s just not true, which is always possible. It is the internet, after all.
Almost entirely comprised of public domain titles, the Mill Creek packs have been a godsend over the past 3 (almost 4!) years, offering 50 movies per set, many of which are horror films that were produced during the years of the dreaded Production Code (and thus wouldn’t have any nudity or gore anyway).
Empire Magazine has debuted our first look at the mocap animated TINTIN movie that Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are making.