Elijah Wood has good reason to praise 3D, seeing as his old pal Peter Jackson has taken the stereoscopic route in his The Hobbit films. On the publicity circuit for Happy Feet Two, we asked Wood what he’d make of the mooted 3D conversion for the Lord Of The Rings trilogy.

“I think it would be cool to see. There’s talk of releasing a dimensionalised trilogy eventually. I’m okay with doing post-process 3D, as long as someone takes the time.

He also had this to say about the oft-mentioned future release of the LOTR films to home audiences:

I think there will be a DVD edition in which there are deleted scenes. There are deleted scenes, I don’t know how many there are, it’s been a long time. A lot made it back into the cuts for those extended versions, but there are some scenes that never made it. There are also hours… there has to be at least a couple of hours of blooper reel stuff, because we were having a blast.

You can read the entire article at Den of Geek.

Comments

  1. Anonymous

    They should re-release the theatrical editions and clean up the quality to make them ABSOLUTELY PERFECT (especially Fellowship because that one needed the most work). 
    I would have absolutely NO problem buying the trilogy again with an “updated” transfer. These, for me, are the most important films to get a beautiful transfer on Blu Ray…….im talking show-room floor, demo material. 

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