Let’s not even mess around, it’s after the jump.
If you bought The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey got access to a special code to watch Peter Jackson’s live event online. The director and Warner Bros. released six-minutes from the event, that includes surprise questions from a Tolkien fans.
So it is in theaters, and we know that some of you have already seen The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
A curious Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, journeys to the Lonely Mountain with a vigorous group of Dwarves to reclaim a treasure stolen from them by the dragon Smaug.
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This is the week! The Hobbit (part 1 of 3) arrives in theaters! If you haven’t seen the latest trailers and goodies, take the jump to see Gandalf warn Saruman, Galadriel, and Elrond, about the power of the great dragon.
Peter Jackson talks all about post production in the latest installment of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
December can’t get here fast enough! I so want to see Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit, and the latest trailer as me wanting to visit the Misty Mountains and tell riddles in the dark.
Over at his Facebook page, Peter Jackson has posted a poster for the December 14th release of The Hobbit.
Here’s an interesting turn to The Hobbit 48 frame per second tale that has been big news since CinemaCon – the studio is limited the release.
Though I can see Peter Jackson taking the Hobbit and turning it into two films, I was a bit skeptical that he could stretch it out to three. Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema have announced that Jackson will create a third Hobbit movie that will arrive in 2014.
Peter Jackson shares one more production diary video for The Hobbit, that takes fans to the San Diego Comic Con, and back again.
You won’t have to wait until Peter Jackson’s next video blog – there’s footage from The Hobbit panel for you to check out. Again, like many of these videos, we don’t know how long they’ll be up, so watch it now.
Also, you aren’t going to see any of the footage shown, just the Q&A session.
Most of us expected Peter Jackson to roll into San Diego and present a highlight reel from The Hobbit in full 48fps. Turns out those who sit through the presentation at Comic-Con are only going to see it in 24fps.
When we screened only the 48fps reel at CinemaCon a few months ago, some bloggers focussed stories, not on the content, but on their negative reaction to 10 minutes of high frame rate footage. This reaction convinced me that the only fair way to experience 48fps, is to sit down and watch a complete feature length movie, with a narrative, not quick trailer cuts.
There you go – You have to see the whole movie to appreciate the experience when The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey arrives in theaters on December 14, 2012.