Here's the trailer for the last part of the Peter Jackson's The Hobbit trilogy, The Battle of the Five Armies. It looks spectacular. I really hope they don't screw this one, because what remains is my favorite part of the book.
This is a great time to be a fan of science fiction and fantasy movies, and this fall is jam-packed with wonder and fascination. There are huge sequels, like Hunger Games and The Hobbit. But also some huge wild cards, like Christopher Nolan's Interstellar and Ridley Scott's Exodus. Here are 29 movies to look out for…
Behold the first trailer for the Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, the last of Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy films. It promises to be a great ending to the epic tale of Bilbo Baggins. I can't wait for that epic battle scene at the end. I remember having goosebumps the first time I read it. And the Smaug's…
Check out this frame by frame recreation of the Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug made in Lego stopmotion. According to its creator—the Brotherhood Workshop—it was a painstaking job. I believe it. Here's the original trailer so you can compare.
The Soundworks Collection has released a mini-documentary about how the epic sound of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was created. From begininning to end, Peter Jackson's team used more advanced tech than on the original Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
We've found the Shire and it exists in Switzerland. Just looking at these houses, built by Peter Vetsch, hidden in the Earth makes you think of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. I want to live there so bad.
Peter Jackson, who's made a few movies, is preparing to shoot another one called The Hobbit. That's interesting news! What's also interesting is how he will film it: Thirty uber-expensive RED EPIC cameras. It's good to be the king.