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Official Hobbit blog goes live!

March 19, 2011 at 10:41 pm by MrCere  - 

Just as cameras are about to roll on two Peter Jackson movies based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit,” the official blog has gone live online. Brought to us by “The Hobbit Team”, it features a photo of the cast including Martin Freeman which will probably help the world become familiar with its new heroes of Middle-earth.

The site was kind enough to include TOR’s latest “Hobbit In 5,” on the site as well and we will watch it carefully leading up to the production of the two films, scheduled for release in 2012 and 2013. You can find it right here. For fans, the production signals an end to long years of waiting and anticipation filled with highs and lows. The fate of the films seemed in doubt during lawsuits, studio financial troubles and the search for and the loss of a director. The story of how the movie got to this point is high drama all on its own. And of course, TheOneRing will follow the every detail of the production and beyond.

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3 responses to “Official Hobbit blog goes live!”

  1. Can hardly wait for this one. I love the book:)

  2. Jg says:

    The Hobbit trailer looks like it does NOT follow the book, but instead bends the book to make it much more of an LOTR prequel. Also, the trailer looks like the movie will be much darker and more lugubrious than the book, which is too bad, because The Hobbit is a much better book than LOTR precisely because it doesn’t take itself too seriously. The trailer shows Bilbo looking at the shards of Narsil, which never happened in The Hobbit, and it shows Gandalf talking to Galadriel, which also never happened.  

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