"After crawling around on his hands and knees for the last four years and choking like a cat with furballs, Gollum has become kind of precious to Andy Serkis".
Ian Mckellen has updated his ongoing "E-Post" with his latest answers to his fans' questions about his role as Gandalf.
Peter Jackson may have had enough of filming hobbits and elves as he completes the final Lord of the Rings instalment but, like any good Kiwi dad, he's happy to pick up a handycam to film his son playing rugby.
"While they may not have guns or tanks, there are a couple of hobbits who promise the next and final 'Lord of the Rings' film could give "Saving Private Ryan" a run for its money..."
Starving for news, Ian McKellen throws us a bone.
The Swedish site Aftonbladet has put up a ROTK article filled with scene descriptions, production team comments, and other various information about the film. To view the original article (in Swedish), CLICK HERE. For an English translation, click on the title of this article.
Mortensen, who played Aragorn in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, is to exhibit more than 100 of his paintings and photographs at Massey University's Wellington campus, the former National Museum, on November 28...
Some very cool images of the filming location for the Paths of the Dead sequence in ROTK have surfaced. The location is called Putangirua Pinnacles, and it will be sure to make for some eerie scenes.
From AICN: "News about Jackson projects is increasingly hard to come by, but this tidbit came my way recently...