When asked about projects laying on the distant horizon of Peter Jackson’s directing career, he answered: What’s next for Jackson? He says he has six or seven ideas for movies, “all of them small.” But he denies rumours that he has refused to direct The Hobbit, the first Tolkien Middle-earth book, which served as a prologue to The Lord of the Rings. “Part of me would love to have somebody else make The Hobbit, so I could watch it as an audience member,” Jackson says. “On the other hand, it would feel odd. “Nobody has asked me to do it, but if they did, I would give it serious consideration.” Click on the link below to read the entire interview with smh.com.au
Peter Jackson sat down for a small featurette to discuss taking The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit into 4k.