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Warner Bros. holds the One Ring for the two Hobbit movies -- and Frodo returns!

01.07.2011

UPDATE from Wood's PR rep: "Wood is confirmed to star in Peter Jackson’s “THE HOBBIT” to be shot in New Zealand. In addition, he has signed on to play “Ben Gunn” in Stewart Harcourt’s adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s TREASURE ISLAND along side Eddie Izzard. The 2 part/ 4 hour miniseries will be airing on SKY TV in the UK. Alan Moloney is producing with Steve Barron directing.

Wood will next be seen this summer in FX’s new series “Wilfred”, as well as lending his voice to Warner Bros. “Happy Feet 2” set for release November 18th as well as Disney XD’s “Tron: Uprising” (2012), In addition, he is starring in the Sundance short “Fight for your Right Revisited” directed by Adam Yauch and starring John C. Reilly and Seth Rogen."

January 6, 2011: After several forevers, the MGM situation was ultimately resolved so that Peter Jackson could finally begin his trip there and back again. And now Warner Bros. is paying for the two HOBBIT movies anyway, which makes that delay seem that much more vexing and senseless...

According to Deadline, WB will "pay the entire cost of the two installments of THE HOBBIT, a price-tag that is expected to exceed $500 million." It was initially thought that MGM would be a partner on the production (despite their little bankruptcy problem), but obviously Warners is dipping into their pockets and considering it a worthy investment. But that seems like a safe bet, since they will "handle international theatrical and video distribution responsibilities on MGM's behalf," and the original LORD OF THE RINGS movies returned over $3 billion at the box office.

Speaking of the LOTR trilogy, Deadline also makes this curious statement about another Baggins: "Now, the question will be which cast members from The Lord of the Rings come back for encores. I've heard talk of conversations with Ian McKellen, Andy Serkis and possibly Elijah Wood. I'd heard Orlando Bloom was also in talks before the holidays. Returning actors will need to be locked in shortly."

We've already heard about Bloom, McKellan and Serkis (plus Cate Blanchett and Hugo Weaving), and we know the majority of main casting, but Elijah Wood is new to that equation as far as the discussion of returning actors.

 

From the studio press release: "Jackson, who directed all three  LORD OF THE RINGS films, will helm the two films back-to-back, telling the story of THE HOBBIT from screenplays written by Jackson, Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens and Guillermo del Toro.

The two HOBBIT films are set to begin production in February 2011, with release dates targeted for December 2012 and December 2013. Jackson will utilize groundbreaking visual effects and his incomparable storytelling to bring Tolkien's novel to the big screen. Both HOBBIT movies will be filmed in Digital 3-D, using the latest camera and stereo technology to create a high quality, comfortable viewing experience."

Extra Tidbit: Okay, Tolkien fans -- thoughts on what Frodo would be doing in these movies?
Source: Deadline

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8:34PM on 01/09/2011
The world he brought to life was both brutal and realistic, and I don't understand why he would jeopardize that with 3D. A stupid gimmick that's gonna fade out in the next few years anyway.
The world he brought to life was both brutal and realistic, and I don't understand why he would jeopardize that with 3D. A stupid gimmick that's gonna fade out in the next few years anyway.
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5:05PM on 01/09/2011

errr

I'm so sure this thing is going to disappoint.
Digital 3D is pretty much the nail in that coffin for me. Not sure why he's not using Cameron's 3D system but even if he did 3D is such a lame gimmick.
Why he would change the look of LOTR is beyond me as it was nearly perfect and captured Tolkiens world to a T.
You want to step it up visually. Well take that $500 million and shoot IMAX. Can you imagine Peter's middle earth in 70mm? Epic.
The Hobbit in Red camera 3D sounds like a shitty
I'm so sure this thing is going to disappoint.
Digital 3D is pretty much the nail in that coffin for me. Not sure why he's not using Cameron's 3D system but even if he did 3D is such a lame gimmick.
Why he would change the look of LOTR is beyond me as it was nearly perfect and captured Tolkiens world to a T.
You want to step it up visually. Well take that $500 million and shoot IMAX. Can you imagine Peter's middle earth in 70mm? Epic.
The Hobbit in Red camera 3D sounds like a shitty Universal studios ride to me. Bummer.
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8:45PM on 01/09/2011
Oh GOD I hope they aren't using the RED.

Sure, maybe they think that can save a little money because they won't have to purchase film or pay to have it processed, but then they'll just be going through a new body every other week. Not to mention the regular freezing, glitches and general "RED moments" which hold up production. Hate that damn camera.
Oh GOD I hope they aren't using the RED.

Sure, maybe they think that can save a little money because they won't have to purchase film or pay to have it processed, but then they'll just be going through a new body every other week. Not to mention the regular freezing, glitches and general "RED moments" which hold up production. Hate that damn camera.
10:45AM on 01/09/2011

Frodo Lives!

I'd speculate that we'll see several Frodo's. Young, old and just before Fellowship begins. Frodo is familiar of the One Ring in Fellowship which means Bilbo has told him his tales. Maybe we get to see an older Frodo telling the tale to Elven children sort of like the prologue/epilogue deal. It could be the bookends that make the saga complete. For me, just seeing Jackson spin Tolkiens tapestry onto film will be awesome. Tossing in some Silmarillion lore and we're probably talking a 7 hour
I'd speculate that we'll see several Frodo's. Young, old and just before Fellowship begins. Frodo is familiar of the One Ring in Fellowship which means Bilbo has told him his tales. Maybe we get to see an older Frodo telling the tale to Elven children sort of like the prologue/epilogue deal. It could be the bookends that make the saga complete. For me, just seeing Jackson spin Tolkiens tapestry onto film will be awesome. Tossing in some Silmarillion lore and we're probably talking a 7 hour extended version someday to go along with the 12 extended LOTR that we already have.
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2:09PM on 01/08/2011
Hopefully he just sticks to the book and doesn't go into uncharted territory.
Hopefully he just sticks to the book and doesn't go into uncharted territory.
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12:43PM on 01/08/2011

PJ

I have all the faith and trust in the world in Peter Jackson....he has proven himself time and time again
I have all the faith and trust in the world in Peter Jackson....he has proven himself time and time again
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1:19PM on 01/08/2011
How?
How?
4:22PM on 01/08/2011
LOL have you seen LOTR, or any of the other dozens of movies PJ has made...nuff said. The Hobbit will rock! And Woods will probably just pop in at the end to make the transition to LOTR a bit smoother.
LOL have you seen LOTR, or any of the other dozens of movies PJ has made...nuff said. The Hobbit will rock! And Woods will probably just pop in at the end to make the transition to LOTR a bit smoother.
9:45PM on 01/08/2011
PJ is very overrated. Kong was terrible, never had any interest in Lovely Bones. I enjoyed LOTR, but the guy is a one trick pony. I won't avoid his movies, I just see no justification for PJ worship
PJ is very overrated. Kong was terrible, never had any interest in Lovely Bones. I enjoyed LOTR, but the guy is a one trick pony. I won't avoid his movies, I just see no justification for PJ worship
2:22PM on 01/10/2011
Dozens? He has directed like 6 movies. LOTR was good, but not a free pass for guy. The blind love for Peter Jackson makes me as upset as people's blind love for "visionary" Zach Snyder
Dozens? He has directed like 6 movies. LOTR was good, but not a free pass for guy. The blind love for Peter Jackson makes me as upset as people's blind love for "visionary" Zach Snyder
11:53AM on 01/08/2011
Prologue and epilogue of Bilbo passing his book on to Frodo and Frodo passing it on to Sam. Or that's what I heard from an article on Fandango.com

Stop freaking out guys.
Prologue and epilogue of Bilbo passing his book on to Frodo and Frodo passing it on to Sam. Or that's what I heard from an article on Fandango.com

Stop freaking out guys.
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11:03AM on 01/08/2011
Perhaps an epilogue at the end of the film? If Ian Holm is eventually cast to reprise his role as the older Bilbo then that should certainly be it. If not...I really have no idea what Jackson is thinking. Either way, I still have complete confidence in what he decides to do.
Perhaps an epilogue at the end of the film? If Ian Holm is eventually cast to reprise his role as the older Bilbo then that should certainly be it. If not...I really have no idea what Jackson is thinking. Either way, I still have complete confidence in what he decides to do.
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9:06AM on 01/08/2011
I don't think Frodo was alive when Bilbo went on his adventure. Sine Bilbo was eleventy-one at the time of the Lord of the Rings adventures. Andy Serkis, Ian McKellen, Hugo Weaving are all essential to the story. Throw in all the elves you like. I like Elijah Wood as much as the next person, but Frodo and his friends have no place here.
I don't think Frodo was alive when Bilbo went on his adventure. Sine Bilbo was eleventy-one at the time of the Lord of the Rings adventures. Andy Serkis, Ian McKellen, Hugo Weaving are all essential to the story. Throw in all the elves you like. I like Elijah Wood as much as the next person, but Frodo and his friends have no place here.
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10:24AM on 01/08/2011
Sigh..... read below responses
Sigh..... read below responses
7:20AM on 01/10/2011
Unbelievable...
Unbelievable...
7:44AM on 01/08/2011

WTF...

This is exactly what I thought would happen if Jackson took on The Hobbit. It would be the LOTR reunion... none of these characters have any business being in this. I can see Galadriel and Elrond and stuff but this is becoming too much. I do hope this actually does turn out to be The Hobbit I read multiple times and these character additions are some stroke of genius that I can't see at the moment.
This is exactly what I thought would happen if Jackson took on The Hobbit. It would be the LOTR reunion... none of these characters have any business being in this. I can see Galadriel and Elrond and stuff but this is becoming too much. I do hope this actually does turn out to be The Hobbit I read multiple times and these character additions are some stroke of genius that I can't see at the moment.
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10:23AM on 01/08/2011
IT's amazing how ppl either forget or don't know that the book is not being split over the 2 movie and is being contained in the first with the second movie being after and leading up to LotR
IT's amazing how ppl either forget or don't know that the book is not being split over the 2 movie and is being contained in the first with the second movie being after and leading up to LotR
7:21AM on 01/10/2011
I agree vesaker...sigh.

See my main post below for how this timeline actually works for these films as announced...
I agree vesaker...sigh.

See my main post below for how this timeline actually works for these films as announced...
7:18AM on 01/08/2011
Wasn't Frodo a child during the events of the Hobbit? I'm really starting to appreciate the Rankin/Bass version the more I hear of these movies.
Wasn't Frodo a child during the events of the Hobbit? I'm really starting to appreciate the Rankin/Bass version the more I hear of these movies.
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10:22AM on 01/08/2011
Again the second movie is not the Hobbit, it's the 60 years between Hobbit and LotR.
Again the second movie is not the Hobbit, it's the 60 years between Hobbit and LotR.
11:48AM on 01/08/2011
vesaker.....I didn't know that. Are you positive that's the reason why?....I'll look it up.
vesaker.....I didn't know that. Are you positive that's the reason why?....I'll look it up.
7:20AM on 01/10/2011
This has been announced and re-announced. Two movies covering some pre-The Hobbit time, then The Hobbit then the 60 years between Hobbit and LOTR.
This has been announced and re-announced. Two movies covering some pre-The Hobbit time, then The Hobbit then the 60 years between Hobbit and LOTR.
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4:40AM on 01/08/2011
Nice to see the original cast come back for The Hobbit, LOTR trilogy has a special place in my heart and movie shelf I cannot wait for this!
Nice to see the original cast come back for The Hobbit, LOTR trilogy has a special place in my heart and movie shelf I cannot wait for this!
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3:59AM on 01/08/2011
Awesome. I could dig us experiencing and reliving the story as Frodo reads it.
Awesome. I could dig us experiencing and reliving the story as Frodo reads it.
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3:14AM on 01/08/2011
Stick to the damn books, Jackson!
Stick to the damn books, Jackson!
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7:19AM on 01/10/2011
Um, he is. He's using The Hobbit and the Appendices of LOTR.
Um, he is. He's using The Hobbit and the Appendices of LOTR.
10:16PM on 01/07/2011
this is such great news.. I'm a huge LOTR fan and this doesn't ruin anything in the series at all, in fact, it helps these movies feel connected like they should.

Jackson always treated the trilogy with tons of respect.. no change here.
this is such great news.. I'm a huge LOTR fan and this doesn't ruin anything in the series at all, in fact, it helps these movies feel connected like they should.

Jackson always treated the trilogy with tons of respect.. no change here.
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6:14PM on 01/07/2011

Alll but 1

ok so i think Peter Jackson is one of the best directors of our time i need to say that first. Hes great he did the awesome movie "The Frighteners" and the great film "King Kong" and then the most epic trilogy of all time "LOTR" but then theres the failure of a film called "The Lovely Bones" which had great actors and great acting and an amazing story the problem was surprisingly Peter Jackson. What the hell went wrong with his latest film? and does this not scare anyone that maybe he could
ok so i think Peter Jackson is one of the best directors of our time i need to say that first. Hes great he did the awesome movie "The Frighteners" and the great film "King Kong" and then the most epic trilogy of all time "LOTR" but then theres the failure of a film called "The Lovely Bones" which had great actors and great acting and an amazing story the problem was surprisingly Peter Jackson. What the hell went wrong with his latest film? and does this not scare anyone that maybe he could possibly do something wrong with the 2 hobbit films. i mean hes already got the whole LOTR cast back for some reason, when the hobbit movies should be more focusing on the Hobbits story and new characters. so does anyone have any idea maybe why he failed at the "Lovely Bones".
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11:09PM on 01/07/2011
Jackson alone wasn't to blame for Lovely Bones. He and the writers did what they could with a really weak story, which in turn resulted in a really weak screenplay.
Jackson alone wasn't to blame for Lovely Bones. He and the writers did what they could with a really weak story, which in turn resulted in a really weak screenplay.
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4:49PM on 01/07/2011
Anyone else NOT excited about ALL these people returning. I'd rather see the focus be on NEW characters. I like Frodo too, but wasn't 9+ hours with the LOTR crew enough?
Anyone else NOT excited about ALL these people returning. I'd rather see the focus be on NEW characters. I like Frodo too, but wasn't 9+ hours with the LOTR crew enough?
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1:38PM on 01/07/2011

This is how Frodo will appear in the films:


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I have absolutely no problem with one or two familiar faces returning - Galadriel, Elrond, maybe Legolas - but if the Star Wars prequels taught me one thing, it's that I don't need to be beaten over the head with how chapters in a story are linked. Just tell the individual story.

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I have absolutely no problem with one or two familiar faces returning - Galadriel, Elrond, maybe Legolas - but if the Star Wars prequels taught me one thing, it's that I don't need to be beaten over the head with how chapters in a story are linked. Just tell the individual story.
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12:28PM on 01/07/2011

Even though it's farfetched

I really hope it doesn't stop here. I'd like to see a movie adaption of The Silmarillion.
I really hope it doesn't stop here. I'd like to see a movie adaption of The Silmarillion.
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10:10AM on 01/07/2011
Why the hell does this need to be in 3D? But this all sounds very good besides that with the exception of Wood. Thought he was awesome in LOTR but i dont see a need for him to return. I say only bring back characters that would make sense though it seems like the rest all do.
Why the hell does this need to be in 3D? But this all sounds very good besides that with the exception of Wood. Thought he was awesome in LOTR but i dont see a need for him to return. I say only bring back characters that would make sense though it seems like the rest all do.
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8:56AM on 01/07/2011

Makes sense

I mean the first movie is supposed to be the book the Hobbit and the second a telling of the 60 years in between Hobbit and LotR. Frodo is already living with Bilbo at the start of LotR so why wouldn't he be in the second Hobbit flick?
I mean the first movie is supposed to be the book the Hobbit and the second a telling of the 60 years in between Hobbit and LotR. Frodo is already living with Bilbo at the start of LotR so why wouldn't he be in the second Hobbit flick?
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11:49AM on 01/08/2011
vesaker.....I didn't know that. Are you positive that's the reason why? I hope so....I'll look it up.
vesaker.....I didn't know that. Are you positive that's the reason why? I hope so....I'll look it up.
11:58AM on 01/08/2011
I read that TheOneRing.net said Frodo will appear in the opening sequence of both Hobbit films, as part of a narrative framing device.
I read that TheOneRing.net said Frodo will appear in the opening sequence of both Hobbit films, as part of a narrative framing device.
7:17AM on 01/10/2011
This would also work, as Frodo and Bilbo wrote, resepctively, the LOTR and Hobbit (There and Back again) portions of the Red Book of Westmarch. Frodo narrating Bilbo's part is ok...could be like Frodo reading to Sam's children from the Red Book, and cut to flashback....
This would also work, as Frodo and Bilbo wrote, resepctively, the LOTR and Hobbit (There and Back again) portions of the Red Book of Westmarch. Frodo narrating Bilbo's part is ok...could be like Frodo reading to Sam's children from the Red Book, and cut to flashback....
7:52AM on 01/07/2011

Frodo? Of course!

Although they screwed up his age in LOTR, Frodo was 33 on Bilbo's 111th birthday party. He was 50 when he left the Shire.

These two movies tell of the times pre-Hobbit, during-Hobbit, and post-Hobbit.

The post-Hobbit story is going to cover the 60 years between the end of The Hobbit and the beginning of LOTR. So that would include 27 pre-Frodo years and then the first 33 years of Frodo's life. I can see them doing a birth-of-Frodo scene and eventually a Frodo meets and goes to live
Although they screwed up his age in LOTR, Frodo was 33 on Bilbo's 111th birthday party. He was 50 when he left the Shire.

These two movies tell of the times pre-Hobbit, during-Hobbit, and post-Hobbit.

The post-Hobbit story is going to cover the 60 years between the end of The Hobbit and the beginning of LOTR. So that would include 27 pre-Frodo years and then the first 33 years of Frodo's life. I can see them doing a birth-of-Frodo scene and eventually a Frodo meets and goes to live with uncle Bilbo scene.

No problem from a Tolkien fan standpoint.
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1:34AM on 01/07/2011

GOOD, FINE

Start shooting this Damn thing already will ya! Oh and Peter, try to keep each installment under 3 hours this time. If you've exceeded two and half hours its time to start trimming the fat buddy, sometimes more is just more.
Start shooting this Damn thing already will ya! Oh and Peter, try to keep each installment under 3 hours this time. If you've exceeded two and half hours its time to start trimming the fat buddy, sometimes more is just more.
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11:50PM on 01/06/2011
Well, there is much news out in the world already regarding casting. A good deal of the cast will return. Orlando is in talks, as in LOTR, he is supposed to be an immortal, so he would of course be alive, as Legolas, son of Thranduil, who is the King of the Mirkwood elves, which Bilbo, who is cast by Martin Freeman already, is held captive by. Ian Mckellan is supposed to be finalizing a contract, as is Viggo, to return as a much younger Aragorn, who in LOTR is supposed to be upwards of 90
Well, there is much news out in the world already regarding casting. A good deal of the cast will return. Orlando is in talks, as in LOTR, he is supposed to be an immortal, so he would of course be alive, as Legolas, son of Thranduil, who is the King of the Mirkwood elves, which Bilbo, who is cast by Martin Freeman already, is held captive by. Ian Mckellan is supposed to be finalizing a contract, as is Viggo, to return as a much younger Aragorn, who in LOTR is supposed to be upwards of 90 years old, as he is a Numenorean, not a normal "man". Elijah would be a mystery, as at the time of the Hobbit, Frodo would only be roughly 10 years old if that, so he would have to play another character, as would any of the returning Hobbit characters. And John Rhys-Davies said he couldn't return because he kept breaking out in a rash from all the prosthetics and said he couldn't go through with that again. Nonetheless, most of the 12 dwarves have already been cast, with Richard Armitage playing Thorin. Cate Blanchette will be returning as Galadriel for a short role, as will Hugo Weaving as Elrond. Hope this fills in all the rumor mills for a bit :)
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7:53AM on 01/07/2011
At the time of The Hobbit, Frodo was 27 years away from being born, not 10 years old.

At the time of The Hobbit, Aragorn would've been 10 years old, and 60 by Bilbo's 111th birthday, then 77 by the time Frodo left the Shire. But, being Numenorean, he wouldn't have looked much different at 30 than at 77, so there's lots of time in between Hobbit and LOTR that Aragorn can return *AS IS* without having to be "aged down".
At the time of The Hobbit, Frodo was 27 years away from being born, not 10 years old.

At the time of The Hobbit, Aragorn would've been 10 years old, and 60 by Bilbo's 111th birthday, then 77 by the time Frodo left the Shire. But, being Numenorean, he wouldn't have looked much different at 30 than at 77, so there's lots of time in between Hobbit and LOTR that Aragorn can return *AS IS* without having to be "aged down".
11:37PM on 01/06/2011
While I'm thrilled Jackson is on it. But hesitant about the rumors of returning characters who weren't explicitly in "The Hobbit." The elves, I guess I can figure it. Too bad John Rhys-Davies decided against showing up. Coulda played Gloin.
While I'm thrilled Jackson is on it. But hesitant about the rumors of returning characters who weren't explicitly in "The Hobbit." The elves, I guess I can figure it. Too bad John Rhys-Davies decided against showing up. Coulda played Gloin.
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10:19AM on 01/08/2011
No way it would of happened. He could barely stand having that prostetic on his face everyday (he was actually mildly allergic to the material) and one of the little cerimony's at the wrap of LotR was his burning of his last face and his vow to never play a dwarf again!
No way it would of happened. He could barely stand having that prostetic on his face everyday (he was actually mildly allergic to the material) and one of the little cerimony's at the wrap of LotR was his burning of his last face and his vow to never play a dwarf again!
11:30PM on 01/06/2011
I'm glad WB seems to be mostly in control. They seem to have every major franchise in their pockets now. 2012 is definitely going to be a big year at the box office for them! And concerning Jackson's return. I think he's learned a lot, and I'm sure The Hobbit could be better than Return of the King, but I also would have liked some fresh ideas and a new director (Del Toro) but I'm sure it'll be okay :D
I'm glad WB seems to be mostly in control. They seem to have every major franchise in their pockets now. 2012 is definitely going to be a big year at the box office for them! And concerning Jackson's return. I think he's learned a lot, and I'm sure The Hobbit could be better than Return of the King, but I also would have liked some fresh ideas and a new director (Del Toro) but I'm sure it'll be okay :D
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5:14AM on 01/07/2011
Your right, you also realize that WB now holds the JRR Tolkien media distribution rights as well as the New Line trilogy.
Your right, you also realize that WB now holds the JRR Tolkien media distribution rights as well as the New Line trilogy.
11:26PM on 01/06/2011

Bloom isn't a star anymore, this couldn't hurt his career.

I'm looking forward to this some, but I honestly don't remember much about the book. As far as Orlando Bloom returning I don't remember him @ all in the book which doesn't mean he wasn't. I imagine it would be smart career move for him as he isn't the star he once was. We can probably blame "Elizabethtown" for that. It was "Rings" that made him, "Pirates" seemed to solidify him, so coming back to remind people why they liked Legolas so much would be an extremely suavy move on his part.
I'm looking forward to this some, but I honestly don't remember much about the book. As far as Orlando Bloom returning I don't remember him @ all in the book which doesn't mean he wasn't. I imagine it would be smart career move for him as he isn't the star he once was. We can probably blame "Elizabethtown" for that. It was "Rings" that made him, "Pirates" seemed to solidify him, so coming back to remind people why they liked Legolas so much would be an extremely suavy move on his part.
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10:53PM on 01/06/2011

Puberty

Frodo will be jerking off to male elf porn thinking they are female. that will be his cameo.
Frodo will be jerking off to male elf porn thinking they are female. that will be his cameo.
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10:17AM on 01/08/2011
It's kind of funny how that actually ins't that funny
It's kind of funny how that actually ins't that funny
10:49PM on 01/06/2011
I'm actually glad that Jackson is directing both movies. It only seems right after the amazing job he did on the original Lord of the Rings trilogy.
I'm actually glad that Jackson is directing both movies. It only seems right after the amazing job he did on the original Lord of the Rings trilogy.
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