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Peter Jackson: Hobbit and LoTR books rich in details

July 13, 2012 at 8:53 pm by linuxelf  - 

The Los Angeles Times caught up with Peter Jackson for a quick Q & A interview. He told Geoff Boucher about his choice for making two movies and Jackson was “surprised at how rich the world is, and how many interesting themes and characters there are to explore” and by “also using extensive parts of the appendixes, which were published at the end of “Return of the King.” This is not just “The Hobbit” – it’s “The Hobbit” set in a much greater context of events taking place throughout Middle-earth during this period

Peter Jackson also added: “. The material is so rich. In fact, only this last week or two, we’ve been talking to the studio about allowing us to shoot some additional material next year, to fully complete the story.”  Extended Edition anyone? here’s hoping:) [More]

Posted in Comic Rumors, Conventions, Director news, Director Rumors, Hobbit Movie, Hobbit Movie Rumors, Peter Jackson, The Hobbit on July 13, 2012 by Peter Jackson: Hobbit and LoTR books rich in details | Discuss