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‘Rogue sightings’ of Hobbits

November 20, 2011 at 10:52 am by xoanon  - 

The Hobbit film crew – due in Marlborough next month – is flying under the radar during filming in the Tasman region. The crew has been filming on 80 hectares of privately-owned land at Canaan Downs, where the Luminate Festival is held, and on surrounding Department of Conservation land. David Hall, who lives on the Takaka Hill, said he had not seen or heard much other than helicopters and more vehicles on the road than usual. “It’s all sort of tucked away out of sight,” he said.

The crew has been filming, via helicopter, around the Pelorus River and Mt Owen. It was understood they were also filming near the coast in Golden Bay. Rex Bowden, a chef at The Wholemeal Cafe, said he recently served a table of four “hobbits”. He said they came in for lunch, but he did not know if they were cast or film crew members. “I didn’t recognise any of them, but one looked a bit `hobbity’,” he said. More..

Posted in Hobbit Movie, Locations Sets, New Zealand, Rumors Spy News on November 20, 2011 by
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3 responses to “‘Rogue sightings’ of Hobbits”

  1. By keeping the film secret, it sounds like Peter Jackson is taking a page out of the Christopher Nolan playbook for The Dark Knight Rises.  The Hobbit should be an awesome film.  For current reviews (and the review of The Hobbit in 2012), check us out at http://www.sobrietytestmoviereviews.com

  2. Surely Bilbo is the only hobbit to be spotted this far from Matamata!

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