Peter Jackson and the cast of The Hobbit are currently in New Zealand shooting pick ups for The Desolation of Smaug and There and Back Again . The director says that these shoots are the “last ever” time they’re filming a Tolkien movie.
While doing loads of press for his role in Star Trek Into Darkness (in theaters this Thursday in the U.S.), Benedict Cumberbatch spoke about creating the dragon Smaug in Peter Jackson’s second The Hobbit film.
We may finally have our first look at Benedict Cumberbatch’s character, Smaug, from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. A photo was taken of a sculpture of a dragon which was in a Wellington, New Zealand theater that is normally reserved for Peter Jackson related film memorabilia.
Lee Pace, who played Garrett in The Twilight Saga and appears in The Hobbit trilogy as Thranduil, is close to nabbing a major role in Disney and Marvel’s The Guardian of the Galaxy.
Sir Ian McKellen is speaking out in a new interview about Benedict Cumberbatch’s role as a dragon in Desolation of Smaug as well as why the story needs to be split into three movies.
Last weekend The Hobbit trilogy director Peter Jackson hosted a live chat for those who purchased An Unexpected Journey on Blu-ray, and now a clip from the event has been released!
In what can be considered one of the first interviews about The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey sequel The Desolation of Smaug, actor Richard Armitage (who plays dwarf Thorin) previews which scene he can’t wait see on the big screen.
Peter Jackson just finished broadcasting his The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug event, and he had plenty of new information to give about his Hobbit sequel, along with a few first looks and even scenes from the film.
We’ve told you previously that The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit director Peter Jackson will be hosting a live first look at The Desolation of Smaug exclusively for those who purchase An Unexpected Journey on DVD/Blu-ray.
Now, a Q&A has been added to the live event.
With its DVD/Blu-ray release on the horizon, The Hobbit star Martin Freeman sat down with Hypable to talk about taking on Bilbo Baggins, the lead role in an already well-established franchise.
The first part of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy will be available for Digital Download on March 12 and Blu-ray Combo Pack on March 19. But is it worth the purchase when more films and extended editions are on the way?
Speaking in a new interview, Bilbo Baggins actor Martin Freeman has revealed that he’ll be filming more scenes for The Hobbit in just a few months.
Warner Bros. has announced that the final film in The Hobbit trilogy, There and Back Again, will move to December 14, 2014 from its previous July 2014 spot.
Warner Bros. announced this morning details surrounding the home release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on DVD and Blu-ray!