Finally, a new production video! This one takes a long look at Stone Street Studios, where The Hobbit is currently shooting.
Peter Jackson spoke to Entertainment Weekly commenting on the complaints surrounding the look of The Hobbit and its 48 frames per second.
A nice overview of everything of the Hobbit that was seen at CinemaCon.
Peter Jackson screened 10 minutes of footage from The Hobbit today at CinemaCon, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners.
Firefighters rushed in to a false fire alarm on the set of The Hobbit... and one of them snapped a couple of pictures.
Jack at The Noldor Blog has posted a great article about his trip to Hobbiton back in January.
Check out the latest production video behind the scenes of The Hobbit! Head over to Facebook to give it a look!
Definitely in theatres, but will we see it online?
"Our first filming destination was Matamata, where eleven years ago Gandalf the Grey made his entrance into The Fellowship of the Ring, greeting Ian Holm’s Bilbo on the doorstep of Bag End."
"This scene is all about Thorin and my first real chance at seeing Richard Armitage craft a layered performance with the character. Thorin’s a stubborn dwarf, very much a leader, but is smart enough to heed the council of Gandalf."
Quint from Ain't it Cool News has submitted his 4th report from the set of The Hobbit. This time, it's at the Trollshaws, where Bilbo and the dwarves meet up with the Trolls.
"Forty-Four Hobbit holes were built to be permanent, with retaining walls, waterproofed roofs, etc. The stone bridge was constructed with a steel superstructure covered with real stone cladding. The Green Dragon is the most impressive of them all because it was built with a functioning fireplace, plumbing, water pipes and the works."
Ain't it Cool News's Quint has posted his second on-the-set of The Hobbit report. It's all about his experience of being a Hobbit extra in the film, full of makeup, set, and acting details...
Peter Jackson has just released the latest Hobbit production video! It's all about 3D, but I'm really watching it just to see glimpses of the story in action--and there's quite a few!