Would I play Aragorn again? Sure, if it seemed sensible to do so. He's not in the book of The Hobbit but if they're working with the appendices they may be intending to bridge the 60-year Hobbit/The Lord of the Rings gap. I think I would have heard by now so I have to assume... But Peter Jackson is famous for his reshoots, so you never know!More quotes »
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The Hobbit Trilogy Resumes Final Filming, Director Peter Jackson Posts Photo on Facebook
The director has posted a pic of himself and Ian McKellen (aka Gandalf) on Facebook to inform Middle-earth fans that he is currently at work on some final shots for the last two installments of his Hobbit trilogy. "Back on set for our last Hobbit pickups from E! Online Read more »
Steven Spielberg Will Produce a 'Halo' TV Series Exclusively for Xbox
There was a well publicized attempt to bring Microsoft's incredibly successful sci-fi video game series "Halo" to the big screen a few years ago. Alex Garland ("The Beach") wrote a script, Peter Jackson was going to be the executive producer and Neill Bl from Indie Wire Read more »
Quick, Everyone Get To New Zealand! Peter Jackson Is Filming The Hobbit Again!
Peter Jackson steps into the fray once more in order to have enough scenes for three complete Hobbit films. Can it be done? But I digress, the wheels of Mordor are turning and extra scenes must be filmed for all of this to play out the way Jackson intend from The Mary Sue Read more »
Peter Jackson Picks Up THE HOBBIT Where He Left Off...
Yes, Peter Jackson is back at it with his cast and crew for the final pick ups for THE HOBBIT trilogy. Would love to be there to see the 3ality Technica rigs and Epic cameras capturing Tolkien's world for the final time. Here's what Jackson had to say vi from MarketSaw Read more »
Embarking on an expected journey
It is hardly an unexpected journey any more. Actors involved with The Hobbit movie trilogy have returned to Wellington from around the world, with filming for the final two films expected to resume today. Director Sir Peter Jackson could not be reached f from Stuff.co.nz Read more »