Mark Sommer of Examiner.com recounts all we know about where the break between the two movies could be.
Peter Jackson obliquely tells us the first line of the script in a Comic-Con interview
"Guillermo's there not because I'm a mentor of him, but I just thought he would do a terrific job with that film. It wasn't the type of movie I [wanted] to give to a young, novice filmmaker and have them sort of godfather it through. I wanted someone who ... was established, who I could trust with it. ... With The Hobbit, I really don't want to ... be too involved in looking over the shoulder of the director."
LOTR on blu-ray in the fall? Extended editions next year? Let's hope so!
"Oxonmoot is the special event of the Tolkien Society year held on a weekend close to Bilbo & Frodo's birthdays. There is a range of activities such as academic talks & papers, workshops (see the Call for Papers below if you wish to offer something), new, second-hand and rare book dealers, an art show (with professional and amateur works), plus a quiet area where you can drink tea, fill up the corners and chat with old or new friends."
Peter Jackson Spoke for a few minutes about the status of The Hobbit, including the script, the casting, and the timing. Click in to view the entire video!
Peter Jackson takes a moment to discuss the scripts and casting.
Execs at Comic-Con list 'The Hobbit' as one of the films they hope to present in IMAX in coming years.
Stuff.co.nz has quick overview of what's going on in the rebuilding of Hobbiton
Although the rumor mill says that Hugo Weaving is onboard for the film, the actor says he has not been contacted yet.
Here's the latest press release regarding the Lord of the Rings score being performed at Radio City Music Hall in NYC.
Check out the latest photos of the rebuilding of the Hobbiton set from a New Zealand paper.
Listen to the Tolkien Professor discuss Smaug's family history and the social life of Orcs.
Without any fanfare at all whatsoever, the set used to film Bilbo's hometown of Hobbiton is back under construction in New Zealand.
Although the casting of Bilbo is rumored to be announced at Comic Con, producers say that current legal issues with the Tolkien Estate could prevent casting for awhile.