Sunday, December 2, 2012

The hobbit

  • 'Hobbit' costume designer Ann Maskrey's favorite look? Radagast

    "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" features at least 13 dwarves, a hobbit lead and a shire-full of supporting hobbits, three wizards, an elven queen and many more characters, and that's just the first film in the Peter Jackson trilogy; Britain-based ...

  • Stephen Colbert's 'Hobbit Week' Will Feature Stars Of Upcoming Movie (VIDEO)

    Stephen Colbert is taking his fandom of "Lord of the Rings" to new heights: He's devoting the entire next week of "The Colbert Report" to the upcoming film adaptation of "The Hobbit." The week beginning December 3 will exclusively feature interviews ...

  • With 'The Hobbit,' theaters usher in new movie technology

    The Warner Bros. senior vice president of technology was reviewing a test reel for the "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" and a new projection technique that will show the highly anticipated Peter Jackson movie at 48 frames a second.

  • 'Hobbit': Fili actor Dean O'Gorman on taking risks, sexy dwarves

    Aidan Turner, left, Graham McTavish, Dean O'Gorman, John Callen and Sylvester McCoy pose on board the "Hobbit"-themed Air New Zealand plane that brought them to the film's world premiere in Wellington on Nov. 27.

  • Food in The Hobbit: Fan plans to bring a Hobbit cookbook to life

    Although most fans think of elves, goblins, orcs, and of course, hobbits when thinking about The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, many food in literature aficionados think about food in The Hobbit. The presences of common, everyday tasks like taking ...

  • Hobbits, superheroes make studio a home for blockbusters

    With days to go, a buzzing intensity fills the once-dilapidated warehouses where Peter Jackson's visual-effects studio is rushing to finish the opening film in The Hobbit trilogy. The fevered pace at the Weta Digital studio near Wellington lasted ...

  • "Hobbit" may bring a Hollywood ending to 2012 box office

    LOS ANGELES: It took more than a decade, two directors and a lawsuit before "The Hobbit" made it to the big screen.

  • Stunning visual effects land The Hobbit, Dark Knight Rises on Oscars shortlist

    No one knows yet who exactly will be nominated, but word out today has put some well-known names in the fantasy film arena, The Hobbit and The Dark Knight Rises on the short list for "Visual Effects." Making Realism in a Fantasy World. Behind the two ...

  • 'Hobbit': Tami Lane on dwarf wrangling, silicone magic

    "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" won't reach theaters until Dec. 14, but just Thursday, the movie's visual effects team made the shortlist for Oscar consideration.

  • "Hobbit" Star Ian McKellen Wants To Get Married In Middle Earth

    Gay film icon Sir Ian McKellen is about to be a part of another multi-gazillion-dollar movie franchise when the first Hobbit movie comes out. So what does he do? Record a video endorsing marriage equality in New Zealand. An equal-marriage bill passed ...

  • 'The Hobbit' Premiere: A Preview from New Zealand

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand–Wellington, or the Middle of Middle-Earth, is gearing up to roll out the red carpet for the world premiere of film maker Peter Jackson's adaptation of J.R.

  • Tokyo Welcomes First 'Hobbit' Screening After New Zealand Premiere

    TOKYO - Hordes of Japanese fans, some dressed in character, braved hours in the cold to greet the director and stars of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey as they arrived Saturday for the first screening after the world premiere in Wellington, New ...

  • On the Shoulders of Hobbits: An Interview and Another Chance to Win (Narnia ...

    Markos: This book should have come out last fall, because last fall the movie on The Hobbit was suppose to come out…it's something that's been germinating for about five or six year for me.

  • 'The Hobbit,' and 8 More Movie-Inspired Tours

    We've all heard the saying "Life imitates art." And further to that, especially lately, vacations imitate the movies.

  • 'Hobbit' has new look. Angus Jones bites hand that feeds him.

    Tuesday's headlines include a look at why "The Hobbit" will look different from any movie you've seen before; Warner Bros.

  • New 'Hobbit' trailer reveals awesome dragon (briefly)

    "The Hobbit" may be named for Bilbo Baggins, but people aren't excited for the movie just because they get to see a short man with hairy feet on screen.

  • Hobbit mania to hit Hastings

    Hairy-footed hobbits, bearded wizards and pointy-eared elves will walk the red carpet at Cinema Hastings for a midnight screening on December 12.

  • The Hobbit Gets A Sharp STING In New Clip! WATCH HERE!

    And despite the controversy surrounding The Hobbit regarding animal abuse issues, we can't deny we're just as excited to see the film as Samwise is when facing a piling plate of crispy, golden 'taters!

  • The Hobbit Presented by River Valley Theatre Company Opens Dec. 14

    The Hobbit is J. R. R. Tolkien's classic story, adapted by Edward Mast in a one-hour performance that is perfect for audiences of all ages.

  • 'Hobbit' World Premiere: Evangeline Lilly Glams Up, Cate Blanchett Keeps It ...

    After being long-awaited by thousands of fans in New Zealand, "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" finally threw its world premiere in the country on Wednesday, November 28.

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