Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The Hobbit Movies Update

After all the talks about filming starting in June and then July, we now have some news as to when shooting will now apparently begin for the long-awaited The Hobbit movies. As well, we also have some news as to the status of the two scripts, and the possibility that it will shoot in 3D (Lord help us. Though OK, it would probably be great to see The Hobbit in 3D but I'm expecting massive headaches):

On The Hobbit front, I'm told that both scripts are in, that discussions are underway right now to determine if they'll shoot in 3D. (I think it's inevitable). They will set everything in place in a New Zealand powwow next month, and then casting will begin for a November start. As for the King Kong attraction that's based on Jackson's 2005 film, he'll tell you himself.

There you have it. I hope we'll get some news sooner rather than later as to who will be cast as a young Bilbo Baggins because this is what people are mostly interested in right now. Sir Ian McKellen and Andy Serkis are set to reprise their Lord of the Rings roles..

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