With the first installment of The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey, Peter Jackson’s clearly not afraid to embrace new technology.
The original Lord of the Rings (LOTR) trilogy was a very risky venture, simply because New Line Cinema bet the whole company on the franchise.
Fans of Tolkien's Middle Earth remain divided about Peter Jackson's version of The Hobbit. Originally slated to be a two-part film, the adaptation will ultimately be hitting theaters as a trilogy.
It wasn’t that long ago a Halo movie was in the works at Universal, with Peter Jackson producing, newcomer Neil Blomkamp directing, and Alex Garland (28 Days Later, Dredd) writing the screenplay.
Not only is Peter Jackson a great filmmaker, but the veteran genre director is also intimately familiar with the gaming world.
Doctor Who star Matt Smith and famed LOTR director Peter Jackson both think it would be great idea for the veteran genre helmer to direct an episode of the show.
The new trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is here!
It's amazing to think another cycle of Lord of the Rings films is about to begin again.
The long-awaited first installment of The Hobbit is hitting theaters on December 14, yet it’s impending arrival hasn’t exactly been free of controversy.
Future movies are likely to move much faster than the current 24 frames a second.
When Halo was the hottest video game around, fans everywhere were understandably clamoring for a movie adaptation.
Peter Jackson's decision to shoot The Hobbit at 48 frames a second is drawing a lot of fire from journalists and geeks alike.
As we've previously reported, there's been quite a lot of controversy over The Hobbit being shot at 48 frames a second, which Peter Jackson feels will revolutionize movies.
New Line and Warner Bros. have posted the latest trailer for the first film in the upcoming Hobbit trilogy.
Last week there were what you'd call "rumblings" in Hollywood - this week it's officially a fact.
Yes, The Hobbit, like the Lord of the Rings trilogy, will indeed be a three part series.
Veteran genre director Peter Jackson has officially confirmed that The Hobbit is being re-cut as a trilogy rather than the originally planned dilogy.
So Peter Jackson finally wrapped up The Hobbit after a 266 day shoot, and took a triumphant victory lap at Comic-Con, where he was welcomed like the geek god he is.
Peter Jackson has posted a new Vlog dispatch from Middle Earth, featuring a few minutes of bonus Comic-Con footage.
Long-awaited footage from The Hobbit screened at Comic Con over the weekend, and reports tell us it went over very well.
Fans of Middle Earth are counting down to December 14.