The controversy over The Hobbit's high frame hasn’t died down, but we’ll know soon enough if real paying audiences will accept it or not.
New Line Cinema has released a pair of fresh clips teasing Peter Jackson's upcoming fantasy adaptation of The Hobbit.
The controversy over 48 frames a second is not dying down.
Although we geeks take our genre favorites very seriously, we also have a sense of humor, and can indeed take a joke, even about The Hobbit or LOTR.
New Line Cinema has posted a lengthy featurette depicting the world behind The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
The Hobbit’s a little over a week from being released, and it’s come under a lot of tough scrutiny lately.
There’s been a lot riding on The Hobbit, and a lot of controversy around it as of late.
While it’s great fun to watch a movie in 3D, there’s always the risk of eyestrain and headaches if it’s not set up right.
New Line has posted a television spot for the first film in Peter Jackson's upcoming Hobbit trilogy.
Ever heard the old saying about genre films? They don’t win Academy Awards for Best Picture, but usually sweep the technical awards.
The Hobbit just had its world premiere on November 28 in New Zealand, and as we saw in the latest Peter Jackson production diary, it was quite a mad dash rush to complete th efilm, but he indeed made the finish line right on time.
"When you have something new, you want to make sure it works. This is unique, it’s different and we’ll have to see how people adjust to it."
When making a major blockbuster, wrapping everything up can go down to the wire.
It’s certainly been a tough week for Middle Earth.
While Batman has already been successfully rebooted, Superman still has a ways to go, hence Man of Steel, which hits theaters on June 14, 2013.
It's not an official promotional video, although the clip is an impressive one nonetheless.
New Line and Warner Bros. have posted a television spot and an international trailer for the first film in Peter Jackson's upcoming Hobbit trilogy.
Quite a number of movies have offered advance tickets for sale lately, sometimes several months in advance, and with certain films, there were reports of sell outs well before the release date.
Advance tickets for The Hobbit go on sale November 7.
New Line and Warner Bros. have posted a pair of television spots for the first film in Peter Jackson's upcoming Hobbit trilogy.