Let’s not even mess around, it’s after the jump.
The second move in The Hobbit trilogy is set to release in six months, but today the first official poster for the movie has been released and you can see it right 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.
It’s been far too long since we’ve all gathered together to sing a song full of geekiness and merriment. Les Miserables is going to win an Oscar for something, but what of The Hobbit? Here’s a fellow that decided it would be a good idea to mash the two together…
From Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson comes “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” a production of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (MGM), arriving on Digital Download on March 12 and on Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack and 2-Disc DVD Special Edition on March 19 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. All disc versions feature UltraVioletÔ and more than 130 minutes of bonus content. The first of a trilogy of films adapting the enduringly popular masterpiece The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” which is nominated for three Academy Awards*, is an epic adventure that immerses audiences once again in the fantastical world of Middle-earth. The March 19 home entertainment release will be followed by an Extended Edition available just in time for the holidays.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) zooms into this year’s exciting Toy Fair season with a roster of global licensees ready to support the Studio’s portfolio, led by this summer’s tentpole film release Man of Steel, which will be supported by DC Comics master toy licensee Mattel, as well as many other toy partners. With an impressive lineup driven by powerhouse properties that stretch from DC Comics Super Heroes and The Hobbit Trilogy to The Big Bang Theory and Looney Tunes, WBCP and its renowned licensees are rolling out new toys and collectibles that will reach fans of all ages.
So you didn’t get everything you wanted for the holidays. There’s still plenty of time to make up for gifts gone awry with The One Ring.
We’re back in Middle Earth, to go for a walk with a bunch of dwarves, a wizard and the titular Hobbit. This time, as opposed to walking to a fire mountain to deposit a gold ring, they are walking to a mountain containing a fire breather to reclaim a gold fortune. This is the Unexpected Journey we were all waiting for, but does this prequel to the Lord Of The Rings movies hold up?
If you are going to see The Hobbit this weekend, and you’ve never read the source material, you may have some difficulty in keeping all the Dwarves names in check. Fortunately, the LOTR Project has you covered with a Hobbit Dwarves Cheat Sheet.
The highly anticipated, and highly criticized, The Hobbit arrives in theaters (in the United States of America) this week, and you know that has to be the basis of the Poll of the Week.
Peter Jackson talks all about post production in the latest installment of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
In just under a month The Hobbit will be playing in theaters around the country and abroad which is enough for most viewers to be excited about. Well how would you also like to view the first nine minutes of J.J. Abrams upcoming Star Trek sequel? Of course there is a catch about who will be able to view this. Details after the jump.