Making excited movie-goers wait just a bit longer to check out their new flick, Universal Pictures has decided to move the release date of “Les Miserables.”
While first being set to hit theaters on December 14th in what would have been a faceoff against “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” the Tom Hooper directed movie's release date has been pushed back to December 25th - as it joins “Django Unchained”, “The Guilt Trip” and ”Parental Guidance” as the big Christmas Day films.
Sending Middle-Earth fans into a frenzy, Peter Jackson has confirmed "The Hobbit" has officially become a trilogy after announcing on Monday (July 30) plans for a third film instead of the originally scheduled two.
Sharing the news through his facebook page, the franchise's director explained, "We know how much of the story of Bilbo Baggins, the Wizard Gandalf, the Dwarves of Erebor, the rise of the Necromancer, and the Battle of Dol Guldur will remain untold if we do not take this chance."
Opening up about his highly-anticipated upcoming flick, Peter Jackson dishes some details on the filming of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.”
Chatting about the recent outdoor production in New Zealand, Jackson reveals on a video blog post, "Dwarves in boats; everybody thinks they're a sailor," as a rubber raft full of some of the movie's characters drift by in the background.
It’s just under a year away, and “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” has just treated anticipating theatergoers to the film's first official poster and teaser trailer.
With the two and a half minute clip available for viewing in the player above, it certainly looks like Peter Jackson and his cronies are whipping up yet another delicious concoction of action, adventure, and fantasy for the forthcoming 3D, 2D, and IMAX 3D feature, due in theaters on December 14, 2012.
Offering up additional insight into the the highly-anticipated film, director Sir Peter Jackson has released a second production video from the set of "The Hobbit" movies in New Zealand.
The 10-minute diary, taped at the end of the first block of filming, follows Jackson as he and his team set out to find suitable filming conditions while surveying the land for proper backdrops for both "Unexpected Journey" and "There And Back Again."