To be fair, “most epic safety video” is a pretty low bar to clear.
Now you can be dorky and productive.
There can be only one.
We found a way to film about a bunch of little people with pointy ears ridiculous.
It’s like overhearing that your friend is over video games right before they open the gift-wrapped XBox you got them.
The role’s already taken but nice effort, Willie.
Do you have a moment to discuss Hobbitism with Gary Busey?
I hope he fights a bear.
Without the need for stunt men or safety lessons on how to blow things up without burning down the set, animation can turn up the visuals past mind blowing. These…
It’s too bad, because I was already starting eye exercises to prepare for the adjustment.
The higher frame rate will make everything look too…look too…too REAL, man.
Bad news for people who are both on a fixed income and care about frame rates.
While "Willow" might seem like a silly movie about a midget sorcerer, what it really is is a silly movie about a midget sorcerer. But that does not make it…
Rumor alert: under their outfits, all the Dwarves wear Spanx.
I’m digging these positions much more.
Get your first look at Bilbo and check Gandalf’s sexy new look.
Humphries will be outfitted with expensive motion capture technology. Lilly will put on some elf ears.
Cumberbatch will serve as the voice and will provide the motions captured for the role of a dragon, which sounds pretty damn fun.
Persistence pays off as Luke Evans scores a blockbuster movie role as an archer.
He makes a great elf.
One does not simply walk onto the set of ‘The Hobbit’.
Martin Freeman hooked his brosef up with a ‘Hobbit’ gig.
British actor/comedian Stephen Fry is The Master of your ‘Hobbit’ domain.
This report courtesy of Sir Ian McKellan, your most trusted source for the Hollywood dish!
Lee Pace and Dean O’Gorman are being fitted for chainmail as I type.
Where are they going to find a dwarf on such short notice?
Producers are going to save money by not putting Martin Freeman in old person make-up.
It’s a great way for you to check up on ‘The Hobbit’, to make sure everything’s going OK.
In his epic quest to cure 3D headachyness and do a crazy technology thing, Jackson has opted to shoot ‘The Hobbit’ at 48 frames per second, rather than the good ol’ fashioned 24.
At his latest press junket, he gave good indications that Peter Jackson wants Legolas back.