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Something to look forward to at the end of the year

The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey.

Here’s Peter Jackson’s vlog, part 8, on wrapping up production (if you want to skip over the Comic-Con stuff, go to minute 2:20):

 

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  1. LOL! The whole vlog series is fantastic! There’s more than an hour’s worth of behind the scenes footage. The dwarves are going to be a hoot. Check out vlog #3 where they talk about getting in touch with their inner dwarve and which one of them would you want to have dinner with.
    The outdoor scenery of South Island, New Zealand is amazing. There’s one shot of the southern alps that looks just like a Misty Mountains illustration from the book. New Zealand *is* Middle Earth.
    Must portion the vlogs carefully. December is a long way off.

    • thanks for this. I too can hardly wait for the movie. I read “The Hobbit” when I was in 4th grade and the Trilogy the next year. I have been a life long fan. I am going to check out the whole vlog series.

      • Parts of it are hysterical and the whole series is great just for the scenery.

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