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Today It Begins..

March 20, 2011 at 3:59 pm by xoanon  - 

Posted in Hobbit Movie, Locations Sets, Peter Jackson, The Hobbit on March 20, 2011 by

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6 responses to “Today It Begins..”

  1. Rhenmerchant says:

    You act like Peter Jackson destroying The Hobbit is a good thing.

  2. Carlosfredlima says:

    I have been waiting this for a long a time. The most incredible movie ever will be at last being filmed. Good luck to all actors and staff!

  3. Pennymorse40 says:

    I’m looking forward to this movie coming out. The book was awsome.

  4. Batguy21784 says:

    That image of PJ walking through Bag End’s front door is amazing. Can you post a larger version? I’d love to put it on my desktop? Thanks!

  5. There is no chance for Jackson to actually “destroy” The Hobbit, since the book will always be The Book – and last I looked, Jackson was not rewriting it’s pages. What Jackson will be doing is create a visual masterpiece, based on The Hobbit, from His point of view. For those of you who are sceptical when it comes to his skills in recreating The Hobbit I can say this; All You need to do is to negotiate a deal with Tolkien Estates to film Your own version of The Hobbit – all you need is to gain their trust, have a few hundred millions of dollars, and be a genial filmmaker with a great track record to pull it off. Of course, to have creative control, you will also have to create a visual effects company, write the manuscript, and be very involved in the casting process. Naturally you will have to edit the epic yourself, and also have a musical score creator on standby at all times should any changes occur to the flow of the film during the cutting process. That should give you a good start at least – so, Get to it! We are eagely awaiting Your version – there can never be enough Middle Earth on screen.

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