The latest look at director Peter Jackson's Middle Earth adventure arrives tomorrow morning in celebration of J.R.R. Tolkien Week.
Peter Jackson and Warner Bros. are set to debut the latest look at this prequel adventure on Wednesday, September 19th.B. Alan Orange
Martin Freeman, Ian McKellan, Richard Armitage, and Andy Serkis' Gollum are featured in these shots from Peter Jackson's prequel adventure.
Director Peter Jackson announced to his Facebook fans that the second trailer for this Middle Earth tale will debut Wednesday, September 18.
Director Peter Jackson debuts these new shots on his Facebook page, featuring Martin Freeman, Richard Armitage, and many more.
Peter Jackson directs Martin Freeman in this first of a three-part prequel, debuting worldwide this December.B. Alan Orange
In other Hobbit news, no extra surcharge is being planned for the 48 FPS presentation of Peter Jackson's upcoming prequel.B. Alan Orange
This photo of Richard Armitage was released in honor of the actor's 41st birthday today.
This sixteen-month calendar features a map of Thror, all of the dwarves, and a first look at Radagast the Brown.B. Alan Orange
The actor reveals that his performance as the motion-capture dragon will be introduced at the end of Peter Jackson's first prequel.
Check out the new video which features brief glimpses of new footage that was attached to prints of Brave back in June.
Select theaters will be handing out these RealD-certified glasses to movie patrons for director Peter Jackson's new Middle Earth adventure.
Director Peter Jackson confirms he will draw from author J.R.R. Tolkien's unpublished appendices to flesh out a trilogy for this Middle Earth prequel.
These 'before and after' shots show Andy Serkis in his motion-capture suit, and the finished look of Gollum.
The filmmaker confirms that he wants to shoot more from J.R.R. Tolkien's appendices for a potential third movie.
Insiders claim that talks have 'accelerated' in the past few days about expanding Peter Jackson's two-part prequel into a trilogy.
Director Peter Jackson offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at his experience in San Diego this year.
The filmmaker reveals his desire to shoot more footage from the 125 pages of J.R.R. Tolkien's notes, and why he shot the prequel at 48 frames per second.