This morning in the U.S. the Golden Globe nominations were announced and while entertainment junkies like us enjoy the whole list, there are a couple of noms of special interest (Peter Jackson and Weta related) we wanted to point out, but we are going to make you click once to see the list: Continue reading “The Golden Globes of interest are . . .”
From Digg: We’re sitting down with Academy Award-winning Director Peter Jackson in anticipation of the upcoming release of his new movie, The Lovely Bones, for our next Digg Dialogg. We’ll be asking him the most popular questions submitted and voted upon by you. From now until Thursday, December 3rd at 5pm PT you can submit and Digg up questions to decide which will be asked. More..
Giulio Cicala writes: I’m an Italian movie journalist. Last Thursday I met Peter Jackson at the press conference “The Lovely Bones”. Peter Jackson in the second video “Round table” speaks about his relationship with Steven Spielberg too. During the meeting I met actress Saoirse Ronan as well.
Movie fans will again have stars in their eyes when The Lovely Bones gets the red carpet treatment at the Embassy Theatre. Two of the film’s biggest names – Oscar winner Susan Sarandon and nominee Saoirse Ronan – will attend the Kiwi premiere on December 14. New Zealand stars Rose McIver and Carolyn Dando are also expected to attend, along with Peter Jackson, who co-wrote, produced and directed the film. Fans will have the opportunity to collect autographs on the red carpet. The last major Hollywood film to have a Wellington premiere was Jackson’s King Kong in 2005, when thousands lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the stars. More..
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Filmmakers trying to satisfy a U.S. movie rating aimed at mostly teenagers often complain that they’re forced to cut violent scenes, and those edits compromise the director’s vision. But Oscar-winning director Peter Jackson found he had the exact opposite problem with his eagerly-anticipated new film, “The Lovely Bones,” due in theaters on December 11. More..
Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson’s new movie The Lovely Bones has been chosen for this year’s Royal Film Performance. Jackson said he is “honoured” it has been selected, adding its making has been “an extraordinary journey”. The world charity gala is due to take place in late November in London’s Leicester Square. The movie, based on Alice Sebold’s best-selling book, stars Susan Sarandon and Rachel Weisz. More..