Screen Junkies » Lord of the Rings http://www.screenjunkies.com Movie Reviews & TV Show Reviews Thu, 14 Aug 2014 00:35:59 +0000 en hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 Peter Jackson Resumes Filming ‘The Hobbit’ Even Though People Are Pretty Much Over Tolkien At This Point http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-resumes-filming-the-hobbit-even-though-people-are-pretty-much-over-tolkien-at-this-point/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-resumes-filming-the-hobbit-even-though-people-are-pretty-much-over-tolkien-at-this-point/#comments Mon, 20 May 2013 21:17:24 +0000 Penn Collins http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=254927 It's like overhearing that your friend is over video games right before they open the gift-wrapped XBox you got them.

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Having raised his commitment to the Hobbit films to three installments, Peter Jackson has picked back up on filming numbers two and three even though people have pretty much decided that 17 hours of Tolkien films is adequate for this lifetime and any others that may follow.

Nonetheless, filming resumes in New Zealand, promising to let us know what happens when short people road trip for a completely different reason than they did in Lord of the Rings.

The next Hobbit films, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, hits theaters December 13th of this year, with The Hobbit: Here and Back Again coming to theaters December 17th, 2014.

Doesn’t Jackson know that the whole nation is into movies based on graphic novels now? GOD!

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Ian McKellen’s ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Commentary: The Lost Tapes http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/ian-mckellens-lord-of-the-rings-commentary-the-lost-tapes/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/ian-mckellens-lord-of-the-rings-commentary-the-lost-tapes/#comments Fri, 09 Nov 2012 17:48:40 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?post_type=video&p=251929 Gandalf gives the straight dope.

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Ian McKellen sat down with us and gave exclusive commentary about his work in Lord of the Rings. The results are pretty eye opening.

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Denny’s Is Offering Hobbit Breakfasts, Making Denny’s Customers Hobbits, As Best I Can Tell http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/dennys-is-offering-hobbit-breakfasts-making-dennys-customers-hobbits-as-best-i-can-tell/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/dennys-is-offering-hobbit-breakfasts-making-dennys-customers-hobbits-as-best-i-can-tell/#comments Wed, 24 Oct 2012 18:01:04 +0000 Penn Collins http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=251647 One crappy chain restaurant to rule them all.

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I mean, if Denny’s offered “Breakfasts for mouthbreathers,” then you would be a mouthbreather if you ordered off that menu, no?

Apparently Denny’s customers aspire to be Hobbits, because the psuedo-diner has put a whole slew of grotesquely named breakfast items on the menu. Rather than describe them for you, I’ll just offer you a look:

Looks pretty damn, hearty, no?

What’s amazing about this marketing campaign is that these all appear to be fine food items. Food items that don’t need to be rebranded as something like “Shire Sausage” so that I’m thinking about Elijah Wood‘s penis while eating breakfast. Well, at least more than I already do.

So post up at your local Denny’s on Nov. 6th to feast on these curiously-named items. To see a full list, check out the A.V. Club’s post right here. And save a ring burger for me!

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Put Down That Book. It’s ‘The Hobbit’ Trailer http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/the-hobbit-trailer-aka-how-the-dwarves-got-their-groove-back/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/the-hobbit-trailer-aka-how-the-dwarves-got-their-groove-back/#comments Wed, 19 Sep 2012 15:43:21 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?post_type=video&p=251018 This unexpected journey has everything you'd expect.

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Nerds were dealt a blow earlier this week when they got their first look at RoboCop’s rebooted body. They’ve suffered enough. Here as a reward for their hardships, is the full trailer for Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit. It’s got all of the things Tolkien fans like. Short people, weird magic, mountains, pointy hats, pointy ears, caves, hard to pronounce words, men gazing forlornly at one another, and crumbling walkways and bridges. Oh man, does it ever have crumbling walkways and bridges.

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OK, NOW ‘The Hobbit’ Is Going To Be Three Films http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/ok-now-the-hobbit-is-going-to-be-three-films/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/ok-now-the-hobbit-is-going-to-be-three-films/#comments Mon, 30 Jul 2012 16:10:36 +0000 Penn Collins http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=250039 If "Hobbit" wasn't such a fun word to type, I'd be pissed about getting the runaround on this story for the past two weeks.

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Remember when we reported from Comic-Con a couple weeks ago that The Hobbit was only going to be two films? Well, we were all very stupid for believing that. Because it’s going to be three films. Three times the action! Three times the unknown British character actors! YES!

As I discussed in the original report, it’s a little disconcerting that, with filming wrapped on the two three films and with one coming out in four months that another film can be crafted from the scraps of the two planned films. Will the entire film just be a series of gag reels of shrunken actors flubbing lines and offering up drunken Hobbit-themed freestyle raps?

Because if so…awesome.

The new release schedule is as follows:

Hobbit 1: December 14th, 2012

Hobbit 2: The Hobbiting: December, 2013

Hobbit 3: Let’s Get This Party Started!: Summer 2014

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R.I.P. Hollywood Swordmaster Bob Anderson http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/r-i-p-hollywood-swordmaster-bob-anderson/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/r-i-p-hollywood-swordmaster-bob-anderson/#comments Mon, 02 Jan 2012 17:00:57 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=241071 There can be only one.

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Hollywood swordmaster Bob Anderson has died and, no, he was not fell by the hand of Inigo Montoya. The veteran fencing champion has crafted some of cinema‘s most famous fight scenes. Actually, he wore the Darth Vader costume to film the epic light saber battles in the original Star Wars trilogy. The former Olympian also worked as swordmaster on The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Legend of Zorro, The Hobbit, and From Russia With Love.

Mr. Anderson was 89 when he passed on New Year’s Day. Police are currently questioning Connor MacLeod. (NY Daily News)

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‘The Hobbit’ Trailer Teases More Middle-Earth Hijinks http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/the-hobbit-trailer-teases-more-middle-earth-hijinks/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/the-hobbit-trailer-teases-more-middle-earth-hijinks/#comments Wed, 21 Dec 2011 05:00:59 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?post_type=video&p=240407 Those Hobbits and their epic quests....

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After having us wait around all day not knowing when a safe time to take a dump would be, the trailer for The Hobbit finally debuted online late tonight. And the verdict is: Peter Jackson has made the Lord of the Rings again. For the most part. The Shire looks the same. Gandalf looks the same. It does seem like there have been some advancements in dwarf make-up. It’s like a rogue’s gallery of weird-looking European men. I feel like I’m on the bus to Brighton Beach.

It’s a fair enough critique. The film does look similar to its predecessors in most ways, but not in all. Notably absent from this teaser were any gay-looking or effeminate men. Thorin Oakenshield is the only new character that stands out, and he looks pretty badass. Whether Bilbo has a male stalker or not remains to be seen (Gollum doesn’t count).

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Andy Serkis Should Not Be Eligible For An Academy Award http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-lists/andy-serkis-should-not-be-eligible-for-an-academy-award/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-lists/andy-serkis-should-not-be-eligible-for-an-academy-award/#comments Thu, 01 Dec 2011 15:00:54 +0000 Penn Collins http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=238288 Andy Serkis is the only person doing what he's doing. He doesn't need an award for that distinction.

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Most fans of cinema are familiar with the referenced-to-the-point-of-cliché adage that if an actor wants to get serious about an Academy Award, they should pick a role that allows them to play ugly, retarded, or gay. Hell, Charlize Theron got close to all three in her turn as Aileen Wuornos in Monster, a performance that garnered her an Oscar.

It’s not hard to determine why the Academy, critics, and audiences would respond to an actor immersing themselves in characters that are so disparate from their selves. And by that rationale, a performance via motion-capture in a CGI film could ostensibly be the pinnacle of acting as we know it. The actor is stripped of his or her identity, their affectations, language, and movement pulled from their body and placed on an entirely new creation, be it animal, human, or other. There exists no better way to lose yourself in a role than through motion-capture technology, but trying to compare a mo-cap performance to traditional ones begs a host of unpleasant and undesirable philosophical questions, such as “What is acting?”

Gross. Let’s not address those.

Rather, I’d take a more practical and quantifiable stance to determine whether a motion-capture actor like Andy Serkis, who has played Golum, King Kong, Caesar in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and Captain Haddock in Steven Spielberg’s upcoming The Adventures of Tintin, can put his performances side-by-side against a turn by Daniel Day-Lewis or Tom Hanks.

Discrepancies abound because, to varying degrees, Serkis’ performances are run through a filter, so we are not seeing the man at work. We are seeing the man’s work run through computer programs using technology that no one really need understand to enjoy his performance. But we certainly need to understand it if we are to allow it to compete against other actors’ for the title of Best Acting Performance of the Year..

It’s no stretch to say that Serkis is doing his job better than anyone else can do it. But so few have tried that we can’t really make heads or tails of what that means, at least not yet. There hasn’t been a deep enough well of performances from which we can draw to ascertain where Serkis stands, aside from the fact that he’s the best. And when that well does get deep enough, the argument could be made that these types of performances should be compared to each other, rather than against traditional live-action performances.

Assuming we get to that point, we will have a slate of other contentions to deal with, namely, the role of technology in comparing and judging one performance against another. A great actor can transcend a low-budget to offer a performance worthy of an Oscar nod, as Tom Wilkinson did for In the Bedroom. But finding a way to transcend crappy motion capture technology is unthinkable right now. Sure, this isn’t an issue in this era, considering most films that do mo-cap technology can afford to do it (reasonably) well, but in the future this would need to be taken into account, and if it’s to be examined in the future, it should be examined now.

Today, mo-cap technology is primitive; future critics will say the performances today aren’t adequately captured, and are just a vessel to display the latest and greatest in CGI and mo-cap technology. Further down the line, I’m certain that we’ll see technology that renders a character like Golum expressionless and quaint. People will look back on an Oscar nod to Serkis’ Caesar the chimp as a novelty offered by voters who had no sense of where these types of performances were and where they were going. While I don’t share the Academy’s high opinion of itself, I agree that a knee-jerk reaction to a phenomenon (regardless of its durability) does no one any good.

In this vein, supporters of the mo-cap-for-Oscars movement praise Serkis for his methods and accuracy. I have no doubt that Andy Serkis did more research into the movements and psychology of primates in his preparation for Rise of the Planet of the Apes than many actors did previously for their Oscar-worthy performances, but the Oscars are myopically focused on what ends up on the screen, rather than who did the most homework. Further, to task the Academy with rewarding this type of performance is to ask them to learn how a monkey moves, then critique Serkis’ methods. It’s a fine line, as audiences respond to foreign, unfamiliar roles all the time, but praising Daniel Day-Lewis for his role in My Left Foot is a far cry from praising him for playing a speechless animal. Perhaps the Academy would like to think they’re that avant-garde, but they’re not.

The easiest criticism of Fox’s effort to get Andy Serkis an Oscar for Apes is that people are conflating Serkis’ groundbreaking work (granted) with a “great performance” simply because we’ve never seen anything like what he’s done. When put up against Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and Song of the South, sure, Serkis’ performance looks downright luminous. But what benchmarks do we have?

He’s been the only guy making a name for himself here, as performances in director Robert Zemeckis’ mo-cap fare such as The Polar ExpressA Christmas Carol, and Beowulf have been widely panned as “creepy” despite offering up turns by lauded actors such as Tom Hanks and Jim Carrey. Serkis stands alone, which is all the more reason he doesn’t need the validation of an Academy Award. Awards exist to praise a standout among a field of people doing comparable things. No other actor is doing what Serkis is doing. As such, there is no field from which to draw an award-winner.

To be fair, there are so many extenuating circumstances in his performance, like the novelty and technology, that comparing his turn, mired in scuba suits, ping-pong balls, and CGI, against a purer, more transparent performance by an actor in a non-CGI film seems like a fool’s errand. He’s a guy on a green screen wrapped in neoprene who plays animated characters. Let’s not compare that to Colin Firth in The King’s Speech. Not only is it not fair to either party, but it’s also remiss.

I have no doubt that, as I mentioned earlier, there will be an abundance of CGI performances that we can compare against one another once the technology becomes more accessible and standardized. And if we get the urge, let’s give them their own Academy Award, much as we did with Best Animated Feature. But we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it. In the meantime, let’s be very thankful that a great performer like Serkis can breathe life into these roles better than anyone else can without feeling the need to size him up against people that are doing something completely different.

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Gandalf Looms Large http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-photos/gandalf-looms-large/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-photos/gandalf-looms-large/#comments Mon, 29 Aug 2011 13:00:55 +0000 Jame Gumb http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=226925 Those are amazing special effects!

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Those are amazing special effects!

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My Precious http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-photos/my-precious/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-photos/my-precious/#comments Tue, 26 Jul 2011 16:26:11 +0000 Col. Longshanks http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=222269 She's on the express bus to Mordor.

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She’s on the express bus to Mordor.

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Inspirational Sports Movies For Guys http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/genres-movies/action/inspirational-sports-movies-for-guys/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/genres-movies/action/inspirational-sports-movies-for-guys/#comments Fri, 08 Jul 2011 01:42:19 +0000 Breakstudios http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=219179 If you're a real man, then grab a few beers, sit back and root for the underdog.

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If you woke up today and lost your job as a taxi driver, came home to find your car repoed and learned your girlfriend was moving out, you could either join the army or unwind with some inspirational sports movies.  Women might have The Joy Luck Club, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and a host of other feel-good movies, but guys get to choose between war movies, gangster flicks, porn and inspirational sports movies when they feel like they need a good cry.  So if you’re a real man who just had a bad day, then grab a few beers, sit back and root for the underdog.

 

Rudy

Rudy, shorter than the whole Notre Dame football team

Most believe that Sean Astin’s career highlight was when he played the part of Samwise Gamgee in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. While it may have been a cinematic masterpiece, who would want to be remembered for being a bungling barefoot hobbit? If he was Frodo Baggins perhaps but that coveted part went to Elijah Wood. No, Rudy is clearly the superior project for Sean Astin. True, it was a very similar role. Astin was small dude who experienced incredible trials and adversities, overcame great odds and came out victorious. The main difference is, instead of helping defeat the evil Dark Lord Sauron and preserving all of Middle-Earth, he gained admission into the prestigious University of Notre Dame, became a practice player, and managed to play a home game as a member of the regular Notre Dame football team. After achieving all of that and earning a college degree, the saving the Middle-Earth deal doesn’t seem too important, does it?

Kate Bosworth getting some pipeline

Blue Crush

Yes, girls kick ass at making inspirational sports movies also, and Kate Bosworth as surfer chick Anne Marie is pretty hot in a bikini.  There is some plot stuff  in Blue Crush about a woman gaining status in society by marrying a wealthy man that draws on Edith Wharton novels, but we suggest you focus your attention on the ferocious waves of the North Shore Pipeline.  Without spoiling the end, the inspirational part of this movie comes from Anne Marie finding the confidence within herself to beat the demon’s of her past, and that is what makes someone a winner.

 

The Karate Kid

Ralph Macchio punching Pat Morita in catcher's gear in Karate Kid

Don’t even bother with the rehashed 2010 version. Although The Karate Kid of 1984 may have used the same Rocky formula where the underdog finds it within himself to achieve the unachievable, the film is unique in its own right and featured characters moviegoers loved and cared about. Who wouldn’t want to train under the venerable Mr. Miyagi? Who didn’t cheer for Daniel Larusso as he crane kicked the tar out of his bully adversary? And what warm-blooded guy didn’t think Elizabeth Shue was incredibly hot 27 years ago? That in itself is enough to earn this old gem a slot.

 

Hoosiers

Gene Hackman huddling in Hoosiers

Set in rural Indiana, Hoosiers tells of an unlikely small-tow high school basketball squad that beats the odds and that makes the state finals in the 1950s. Gene Hackman is clearly in his element as the fiery, school head coach while Dennis Hopper lends his considerable talents playing the part of Shooter Hackman’s drunkard assistant coach. This film isn’t just inspirational, it is a true David versus Goliath tale. Do yourself a favor and purchase a copy to keep in your collection of manly, guy stuff.

 

Victory

Michael Caine, Pele and some other guy beat the Nazi's

Allied POWs agree to play soccer against the vaunted German National Team in wartime Paris. As the Allied players train for the exhibition match, the local resistance work with British officers to help the team escape.  With the score tied at halftime, the ragtag team gets the chance to flee, but instead opts to play the entire match against the Nazi scum. Sportsmanship!  A little dated if you ask me but it certainly deserving to be included in this inspirational sports movies for guys list. The movie even boasts a true all-star cast with film and soccer greats alike working hand-in-hand to make Victory a success.

 

Rocky

Rocky beating his meat

Forget Rocky II through Rocky V. You can even forget about the relatively recent Rocky Balboa. If you want the best among inspirational sports movies, pick up the original Rocky. You have a small-time pugilist who gets a crack at a world title thanks to his monicker. To prepare for the fight, The Italian Stallion trains with an old-school gym owner who gets him into tip-top shape. He enters the ring and much to everyone’s surprise, goes the distance against the champion and loses only by a close, split decision. The ending is simply perfect. As the results are being read, Rocky and the love of his life embrace and profess their love for each other, not caring about the outcome of the fight.  Rocky shows us success in life is not so much about winning, but in having the confidence to take a shot at life and give it all you have.

 

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Serkis Slithers His Way Into Second Unit Director Gig On ‘The Hobbit’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/serkis-slithers-his-way-into-second-unit-director-gig-on-the-hobbit/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/serkis-slithers-his-way-into-second-unit-director-gig-on-the-hobbit/#comments Wed, 06 Apr 2011 19:58:03 +0000 Dave Horwitz http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=205663 Do you think he'll take off the mo-cap suit while directing?

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Andy Serkis, best known as the wee creature Gollum from The Lord of the Rings trilogy must have made a real impression on Peter Jackson beyond just his ability to slink around in a green suit covered in golf balls, because he’s asked him to be the second unit director on his two new Hobbit movies. Jackson must want a family atmosphere on his set, because he’s inviting  more LOTR crew members to join the fold. Serkis told the Hollywood Reporter:

“I think I understand Peter’s sensibility and we have a common history of understanding Middle Earth. A lot of the crew from The Lord of the Rings was returning to work on The Hobbit. There is really  a sense of Peter wanting people around him who totally understand the material and the work ethic.”

Serkis also mentioned that performance capture will not be his only job responsibility on the second unit.

“It is wide ranging and encompasses a lot of directing aspects of filmmaking and story. Yes, there is some performance capture, but I will be very much on the live action sets and locations helping Peter to tell the story.”

When he finishes work on the Hobbit films, Serkis plans on directing his first live action feature and opening a performance capture training facility and studio called The Imaginarium. No word on whether Dr. Parnassus will take legal action over the name. (Hollywood Reporter)

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Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’ Coming To Theaters, Unless It Gets The Superflu http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/stephen-kings-the-stand-coming-to-theaters-unless-it-gets-the-superflu/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/stephen-kings-the-stand-coming-to-theaters-unless-it-gets-the-superflu/#comments Tue, 01 Feb 2011 02:44:58 +0000 Geoffrey Golden http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=23657 Executives at Warner Bros. and CBS Films have been beckoned by Mother Abagail to make a movie version of 'The Stand.'

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Executives at Warner Bros. and CBS Films have been beckoned by Mother Abagail to make a movie version of The Stand. There was an ABC miniseries version in 1994 (pfft… miniseries), but Stephen King‘s story has never infected the big screen until now.

The original book is 823 pages long, and the Uncut version is 4,586,934 pages long. After 20 years, movie executives have finished reading the Uncut version and are deciding whether to make it one big movie or a Lord Of The Rings-esque series of films. Fun fact: did you know Stephen King was influenced by LOTR when writing The Stand? Another fun fact: it will be interesting to see how they film the thing where the guy gets raped with the butt of a gun.

Currently, no director or writers are attached. (Hollywood Reporter)

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‘Hobbit’ Delayed For The Nine-Hundredth Time http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/hobbit-delayed-for-the-nine-hundreth-time/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/hobbit-delayed-for-the-nine-hundreth-time/#comments Thu, 27 Jan 2011 13:21:01 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=22698 Looks like Peter Jackson won't be Hobbiting just yet. Production on the Lord Of The Rings prequel has been delayed due to Jackson's stomach trying to kill him.

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Looks like Peter Jackson won’t be Hobbiting just yet. Production on the Lord Of The Rings prequel has been delayed due to Jackson’s stomach trying to kill him. The director was admitted to the hospital with stomach pains which lead to surgery for a perforated ulcer.

Representatives say, “Sir Peter is currently resting comfortably and his doctors expect him to make a full recovery. Sir Peter’s surgery is not expected to impact on his directing commitment to The Hobbit beyond a slight delay to the start of filming.”

Oh man. No coffee on the set for Sir Peter. He’s going to be cranky.

Is it just me or does this production seem cursed? First, they couldn’t find a director. Then they couldn’t find money. Then they couldn’t find a crew. Then they were called racists. So help me, if this film harms one hair on Ian McKellan‘s elderly head… (Deadline)

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Links Away: The Hobbits Get Frisky http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/links-away-the-hobbits-get-frisky/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/links-away-the-hobbits-get-frisky/#comments Fri, 14 Jan 2011 02:10:28 +0000 Reza F. http://www.screenjunkies.com/?post_type=Video&p=16589 Upon first viewing of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, you may not have noticed the rampant sexual innuendo employed throughout the films.

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Upon first viewing of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, you may not have noticed the rampant sexual innuendo employed throughout the films. The creators of this spoof, however, saw every filthy, deplorable instance of it. This video makes me feel dirty. In a mystical way. (BuzzFeed)

Boromir went to town on these links:

How Not to Clear Snow From a Roof (Asylum)

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Thiago Silva and Jon Jones Don’t Like Each Other One Bit (CagePotato)

How to Fix Your Broken Internet (HolyTaco)

David Carradine‘s Last Movie Looks Incredible (FilmDrunk)

Weekend Movie Preview (MovieFone)

10 Things We’d Pay to See At the Golden Globes (NextMovie)

Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher... In Bed (CelebJihad)

Physics Fails In Red Dead Redemption (Unreality)

Today’s Girl: Rosamund Pike (Maxim)

The Daily Show‘s Oliva Munn (MadeMan)

This is What Happens When You Make Blake Griffin Mad (TotalProSports)

Penguin Stuck On Top of a Tree (TuVez)

It’s Time to Kick the Superhero Genre In the Ass (Pajiba)

The 30 Greatest Videos of Kids Getting Owned (Ranker)

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Ian McKellen Shall Not Pass On ‘Hobbit’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/ian-mckellen-shall-not-pass-on-hobbit/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/ian-mckellen-shall-not-pass-on-hobbit/#comments Tue, 11 Jan 2011 17:58:31 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=15295 Ian McKellen was very close to not reprising the role of Gandalf in Peter Jackson's Hobbit films. His reasoning? All old British dudes are pretty much the same.

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Ian McKellen was very close to not reprising the role of Gandalf in Peter Jackson’s Hobbit films. His reasoning? All old British dudes are pretty much the same.

“Could I let Gandalf go? Would anyone else care if I did? Elsewhere, does anyone care that Michael Gambon was not the first to play Dumbledore?”

Come to think of it, he kind of has a point. But with Michael Gambon tied up with Potter, that only leaves Michael Caine. Yes, Michael Caine as Gandalf would be hilarious (get to work on that Steve Coogan) but it wouldn’t serve these films very well.

In the end, McKellen has thankfully decided to return. Next time you see him on the street, yell out something along the lines of “Yo! Gandalf! Thou shall not pass!!”, or something like that. It will make him feel appreciated. (McKellen’s site)

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Ian McKellen’s Website Hints at Role in ‘The Hobbit’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/ian-mckellens-website-hints-at-role-in-the-hobbit/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/ian-mckellens-website-hints-at-role-in-the-hobbit/#comments Mon, 29 Nov 2010 13:31:28 +0000 Jame Gumb http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=9283 Despite the fact that production for Peter Jackson's two-part prequel, The Hobbit, is now under way, there has been no confirmation that the actor will reprise his iconic role. However, a recently updated page on McKellen's official website seems to indicate that he will be appearing in the film.

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Ian McKellen owned the part of Gandalf in the original Lord of the Rings trilogy. But despite the fact that production for Peter Jackson’s two-part prequel, The Hobbit, is now under way, there has been no confirmation that the actor will reprise his iconic role. However, a recently updated page on McKellen’s official website seems to indicate that he will be appearing in the film.

Under McKellen’s filmography, The Hobbit is listed in the “2010′s section,” as is the role of Gandalf. Of course, any ass can post something on their personal website, so this is far from official. But considering the ass in question worked with Laurence Olivier, I think we can take it at face value. (The One Ring via CinemaBlend)

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New Zealand Keeps ‘The Hobbit’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/new-zealand-keeps-the-hobbit/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/new-zealand-keeps-the-hobbit/#comments Wed, 27 Oct 2010 11:39:15 +0000 Col. Longshanks New Zealand’s national nightmare is finally over! After day-long negotiations with government leaders, Warner Bros. has agreed to keep the island nation as the filming location for Peter Jackson's upcoming production of The Hobbit. Earlier this year, when a dispute arose with local unions, the studio threatened to abandon New Zealand as a shooting location. But this latest deal, which included millions of dollars in concessions for Warner Bros., will ensure the $500 billion project stays put. I, for one, am totally relieved now that a compromise has been reached. Since the original Lord of the Rings trilogy was shot in New Zealand, moving the prequel’s production to Eastern Europe would have been a disaster. The trees in the background would have been completely different! Does Warner Bros. think we can’t tell the difference between a Rimu in New Zealand and a Common Oak or Black Alder tree in Poland? Well they are complete fools if they do think that! Fools, I tell you! (Deadline)

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<p><a target=New Zealand’s national nightmare is finally over! After day-long negotiations with government leaders, Warner Bros. has agreed to keep the island nation as the filming location for Peter Jackson’s upcoming production of The Hobbit. Earlier this year, when a dispute arose with local unions, the studio threatened to abandon New Zealand as a shooting location. But this latest deal, which included millions of dollars in concessions for Warner Bros., will ensure the $500 billion project stays put.

I, for one, am totally relieved now that a compromise has been reached. Since the original Lord of the Rings trilogy was shot in New Zealand, moving the prequel’s production to Eastern Europe would have been a disaster. The trees in the background would have been completely different! Does Warner Bros. think we can’t tell the difference between a Rimu in New Zealand and a Common Oak or Black Alder tree in Poland? Well they are complete fools if they do think that! Fools, I tell you! (Deadline)

 

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Bilbo Baggins: Union Buster http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/bilbo-baggins-union-buster/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/bilbo-baggins-union-buster/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Everyone knows that Hobbits, with their hairy leather feet, hate wearing shoes. Well now we can add another item to the list of things hobbits despise: organized labor. Various unions, including the Screen Actors Guild and the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance of Australia, have officially warned their members not to take part in the production of the film due to a dispute over working conditions and residual payments. In response, producer/director Peter Jackson is claiming the move is an attempt by Austrialian interests to gain control of New Zealand's film industry and is threatening to move production to Eastern Europe if the matter is not resolved. &ldquo;There is a twisted logic to seeing NZ humiliated on the world stage, by losing the Hobbit to Eastern Europe," he said. "Warners would take a financial hit that would cause other studios to steer clear of New Zealand. Seriously, if the Hobbit goes east (Eastern Europe in fact) - look forward to a long dry big budget movie drought in this country." Personelly, I thinks Jacksons actions be deplorable. Unions is vary important. Four example, the Tearchers Unions' are vary big in the USA, and education ain't never been better. Sham on u, Peter jackon (Empire Online)

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Everyone knows that Hobbits, with their hairy leather feet, hate wearing shoes. Well now we can add another item to the list of things hobbits despise: organized labor.

Various unions, including the Screen Actors Guild and the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance of Australia, have officially warned their members not to take part in the production of the film due to a dispute over working conditions and residual payments. In response, producer/director Peter Jackson is claiming the move is an attempt by Austrialian interests to gain control of New Zealand‘s film industry and is threatening to move production to Eastern Europe if the matter is not resolved.

“There is a twisted logic to seeing NZ humiliated on the world stage, by losing the Hobbit to Eastern Europe," he said. "Warners would take a financial hit that would cause other studios to steer clear of New Zealand. Seriously, if the Hobbit goes east (Eastern Europe in fact) – look forward to a long dry big budget movie drought in this country."

Personelly, I thinks Jacksons actions be deplorable. Unions is vary important. Four example, the Tearchers Unions’ are vary big in the USA, and education ain’t never been better. Sham on u, Peter jackon (Empire Online)

 

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Lord of the Rings: Boyz N the Ring Trailer http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/lord-of-the-rings-boyz-n-the-ring-trailer/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/lord-of-the-rings-boyz-n-the-ring-trailer/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 In this parody trailer, a new kind of Hobbit is in town, and it's packin' heat. These little guys will street sweep The Shire and set your punk-ass elf-ass straight at any counsel. This summer, Gandalf brings gangta to Middle Earth. Check out the Boyz N the Ring after the jump...

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In this parody trailer, a new kind of Hobbit is in town, and it’s packin’ heat. These little guys will street sweep The Shire and set your punk-ass elf-ass straight at any counsel. This summer, Gandalf brings gangta to Middle Earth.

Check out the Boyz N the Ring after the jump…

 

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Peter Jackson Enlists in WWI Film http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-enlists-in-wwi-film/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-enlists-in-wwi-film/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 While Peter Jackson is confident that the legal squabble between Warner Bros. and MGM over The Hobbit will be resolved "sometime soon," the Lord of the Rings prequel may not be his primary concern. During an interview with New Zealand's Dominion Post, the acclaimed director discussed plans for his long-awaited ANZAC project, which would depict the exploits of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps during World War I. Jackson hopes to complete the project before the 100th anniversary of the disastrous Battle of Gallipoli in 2015. "It was doomed because while the Australians charged the Nek from below, the New Zealanders, who were supposed to simultaneously attack from above, didn't show up. But that's another story, and one I'd love to make as the 100th anniversary gets closer." While the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli is an important milestone, let's not forget that the eleventy-billionth anniversary of the Battle of the Pelennor Fields is also approaching. Allowing The Hobbit to languish in legal limbo spits on the memory of all those who gave their lives fighting Sauron and his evil minions. Shame on you, Peter Jackson. (Empire Online)

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While Peter Jackson is confident that the legal squabble between Warner Bros. and MGM over The Hobbit will be resolved "sometime soon," the Lord of the Rings prequel may not be his primary concern.

During an interview with New Zealand’s Dominion Post, the acclaimed director discussed plans for his long-awaited ANZAC project, which would depict the exploits of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps during World War I. Jackson hopes to complete the project before the 100th anniversary of the disastrous Battle of Gallipoli in 2015.

"It was doomed because while the Australians charged the Nek from below, the New Zealanders, who were supposed to simultaneously attack from above, didn’t show up. But that’s another story, and one I’d love to make as the 100th anniversary gets closer."

While the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli is an important milestone, let’s not forget that the eleventy-billionth anniversary of the Battle of the Pelennor Fields is also approaching. Allowing The Hobbit to languish in legal limbo spits on the memory of all those who gave their live fighting Sauron and his evil minions. Shame on you, Peter Jackson. (Empire Online)

 

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Prop 8 Shall. Not. Pass! http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/prop-8-shall-not-pass/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/prop-8-shall-not-pass/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Gandalf don't play that. Today California, tomorrow The Shire.

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Gandalf don’t play that. Today California, tomorrow The Shire.

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Peter Jackson: Back in ‘The Hobbit’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-back-in-the-hobbit/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-back-in-the-hobbit/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 "Quit smiling, you bastard. Now I have to direct this damn thing."Good news for dorks everywhere, and bad news for Brett Ratner fans. Peter Jackson is on board to direct The Hobbit, according to Deadline. Warner Bros., New Line and MGM are currently in negotiations to bring the famed LOTR director back to Middle Earth.Jackson will take over for Guillermo del Toro, who dropped from the film earlier this year. Although it may prove problematic and costly for Jackson to step away from his current projects, a compromise seems to be eminent.The prequel to the LOTR trilogy will be split into two films, and will be shot back-to-back in Jackson's native New Zealand.

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"Quit smiling, you bastard. Now I have to direct this damn thing."

Good news for dorks everywhere, and bad news for Brett Ratner fans. Peter Jackson is on board to direct The Hobbit, according to Deadline. Warner Bros., New Line and MGM are currently in negotiations to bring the famed LOTR director back to Middle Earth.

Jackson will take over for Guillermo del Toro, who dropped from the film earlier this year. Although it may prove problematic and costly for Jackson to step away from his current projects, a compromise seems to be eminent.

The prequel to the LOTR trilogy will be split into two films, and will be shot back-to-back in Jackson’s native New Zealand.

 

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Peter Jackson Prefers Belgians to Hobbits http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-prefers-belgians-to-hobbits/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-prefers-belgians-to-hobbits/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 When Guillermo del Toro dropped out of the directors chair for The Hobbit, one replacement immediately came to mind: Peter Jackson. But Jackson seems dead set against directing the prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy unless his presence is absolutely necessary.&ldquo;If that's what I have to do to protect Warner Bros' investment, then obviously that's one angle which I'll explore.&rdquo; This assumes that it&rsquo;s even possible. He explains, &ldquo;The other studios may not let me out of the contracts.&rdquo; Currently, once such contract has Jackson directing the third installment of the upcoming Tintin series. Will Tintin, the tale of an effeminate, Nazi sympathizing Belgian and his little white dog, prove to be as lucrative as The Hobbit, the long awaited adaptation of one of the most popular fantasy books in history? Only time will tell. (CinemaBlend)

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When Guillermo del Toro dropped out of the directors chair for The Hobbit, one replacement immediately came to mind: Peter Jackson. But Jackson seems dead set against directing the prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy unless his presence is absolutely necessary.

“If that’s what I have to do to protect Warner Bros’ investment, then obviously that’s one angle which I’ll explore.” This assumes that it’s even possible. He explains, “The other studios may not let me out of the contracts.”

Currently, once such contract has Jackson directing the third installment of the upcoming Tintin series.

Will Tintin, the tale of an effeminate, Nazi sympathizing Belgian and his little white dog, prove to be as lucrative as The Hobbit, the long awaited adaptation of one of the most popular fantasy books in history? Only time will tell. (CinemaBlend)

 

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PETER JACKSON TO SHOOT EVERYTHING IN 3D NOW http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-to-shoot-everything-in-3d-now/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/peter-jackson-to-shoot-everything-in-3d-now/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 In an interview with Marketsaw - a blog devoted entirely to 3D filmmaking - Steve Schklair, the CEO of 3ality Digital Systems claims that Lord of the Rings helmer Peter Jackson will be shooting all of his directorial efforts using 3ality's technologies.  You can read the whole article at Marketsaw.  Sites like ScreenRant suggest that Jackson's devotion to 3D from now on will help shift exhibitors over to the 3Dark Side, which they have been reluctant to do because of retrofitting costs and the lack of 3D movies.  Personally, I'm a fan of 3D technology, from the the way UP used it organically in the story to the stuff that's used shamelessly by films like My Bloody Valentine 3D.  Part of me wishes Drag Me to Hell had been in 3D.  Some of the film's shock moments are perfect for the third dimension. Here's hoping that Jackson considers going into his back catalogue and 3D-ifies flicks like Meet the Feebles and Dead Alive.  I can't think of a more visceral theatrical experience than an AIDs-ridden rabbit vomiting forth upon the audience in the movie theater and the audience in the film.  That's, like, sooooooo metaaaaaaaaa... Meet the Feebles Vomit - Watch more Funny Videos

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In an interview with Marketsaw – a blog devoted entirely to 3D filmmaking – Steve Schklair, the CEO of 3ality Digital Systems claims that Lord of the Rings helmer Peter Jackson will be shooting all of his directorial efforts using 3ality’s technologies.  You can read the whole article at Marketsaw. 

Sites like ScreenRant suggest that Jackson’s devotion to 3D from now on will help shift exhibitors over to the 3Dark Side, which they have been reluctant to do because of retrofitting costs and the lack of 3D movies.  Personally, I’m a fan of 3D technology, from the the way UP used it organically in the story to the stuff that’s used shamelessly by films like My Bloody Valentine 3D.  Part of me wishes Drag Me to Hell had been in 3D.  Some of the film’s shock moments are perfect for the third dimension.

Here’s hoping that Jackson considers going into his back catalogue and 3D-ifies flicks like Meet the Feebles and Dead Alive.  I can’t think of a more visceral theatrical experience than an AIDs-ridden rabbit vomiting forth upon the audience in the movie theater and the audience in the film.  That’s, like, sooooooo metaaaaaaaaa…


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