- HBO Grants Game of Thrones Epic Season 4Posted 49 days ago
- Dispute Gets Game of Thrones Actor The Tyson VS Holyfield TreatmentPosted 56 days ago
- Game of Thrones: George R. R. Martin Makes a Cameo in Season 4Posted 59 days ago
- Jon Snow & Ygritte Get Cozy In Game of Thrones Portraits!Posted 62 days ago
- Watch The Newest Game of Thrones Trailer!Posted 63 days ago
- Game of Thrones Season 3 is a Beast Waiting to be StirredPosted 65 days ago
- Game of Thrones Recap: Get Caught Up On Season 2Posted 71 days ago
- Game of Thrones Extended Season 3 Trailer Has Bears, Sex, Flaming Swords and Everything ElsePosted 78 days ago
- Game of Thrones: Shadowed Cast in New Season 3 PostersPosted 80 days ago
- Game of Thrones Season 3 is Chaotic in New Teaser from HBOPosted 99 days ago
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Stings!
We have Bilbo! We have Sting! We have an update on one unexpected, and hopefully incredible, journey! Hey, that refers to on and off the set of The Hobbit!
The LA Times just shared this dramatic new image from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and we couldn’t help but jump for joy because of it. Covered in sweat and grime, it depicts one courageous hobbit by the name of Bilbo Baggins. He is acted this time around by Martin Freeman. Sting, that very special blade, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to have changed at all.
The Times also suggested that “an unexpected journey” has become “a sort of epic inside joke” on the set. You remember, don’t you, all the trials that came along with making this prequel a reality? There were enough delays to make a grey wizard go mad. Still, director Peter Jackson must be sitting more comfortably now. He tells the Times that fate has been “kind”. We’re glad, Peter, because it is the fans who will reap plenty of benefits when Middle Earth erupts again into the cinema. So, mark your calendars for December 14th.
Jackson can also smile because over the weekend, at the 69th Golden Globe Awards, Steven Spielberg accepted the statuette for The Adventures of Tintin, which won Best Animated Feature Film. Though Jackson was absent, Spielberg heartily thanked the Tintin producer. Tintin also starred Andy Serkis, who you will see reprising the role of Gollum this coming December. He’s joined by Orlando Bloom, Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving, Elijah Wood, Christopher Lee and even Ian Holm, who will return to the character of Bilbo when we have to see his more aged version.