That trailer is a fake, it is nothing more than pieces of other films, LoTR and Dragon Slayer patched together. Being that it says the movie will be launched in Dec 2006, there would be more hype about it on major film sites, and there would be a run of trailers everywhere. But as it is there is none, other than that fake.
Would love to see such a movie come out, but as of yet there is nothing in the cue for such a movie.
heard about it..
but prefer the trilogy...
Yay, I was wondering if they were going to make this. Is it with the same director? The king kong guy, forgot his name. Anyways can't wait. (The book kinda sucked I must admit)
Jackson may have the rights for "The Hobbit", but he hasn't said (yet) that he's going to make the movie. At least not in the near future... Though I'd love to see him doing it.
I haven't read the book yet. But I will some time. If ever this becomes movie, I'd like Peter Jackson to direct it. He did great with Lord of the Rings.
For all of you who have not read the book READ IT!
And for now; I loved most of Peter Jackson work in "The Lord of the Rings", so I just hope he makes "The Hobbit" aa stunning movie. Because Tolkien's universe is so great, and I would hate for anyone to ruin it. Keep my fingers crossed, hoping there will be a great movie in the future.
Finally! It seems that Metro Goldwyn Mayer, the owner of the movie rights for ''The Hobbit'', has contacted Peter Jackson in order to start talking about of the making of the new film. Jackson would be interested if he could do it in two movies. Hope this leads to some new great Tolkien movies!
There's way too much money to be made for them NOT to make this movie. It will be made.
But it won't be out this December.
My thoughts are that they will have Peter Jackson at the helm once again, utilising all of his expertise from the LOTR movies. I also heard that they may split it into two movies. Why not, when you can make more money that way?
Anyway a great story. Look out for the movie within the next few years.
That trailer is definitely fake. I would LOVE to see an actual live action Hobbit movie, although Im not so sure it will actually happen. It doesnt have quite so massive a following as the trilogy did, and its not as battle heavy, nor does it provide opportunities to throw in love interests like LOTR did. Unless they decide to add a female dwarf or something, which would be just plain odd.