If, like me, you aren’t too impressed with these new-fangled Hobbit movies, then you’ll love the “How It Should Have Ended” take on it.
In 2004, Lord of the Rings: Return of the King achieved a near-unprecedented sweep of the Oscars. Nominated for 11 Academy Awards, it won all 11, including Best Visual Effects, Best Costume Design, Best Adapted Screenplay (Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, & Peter Jackson), Best Director (Jackson), and the Big One
The epic Peter Jackson series, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, gets a new trailer that reveals just how he was able to extend this in to three full-length (and then some) films. Of course there’s the epic beast Smaug, voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch, but also throw in a doomed romance for Legolas
To celebrate the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on Blu-ray/DVD, we’ve teamed up with FilmBook to giveaway one Blu-ray copy to our readers! This contest is sponsored by Filmbook (Movie Website), ProMovieBlogger (Start Movie Website), and TrendingAwards (Movie Awards). Keep reading to learn more about the film and enter
The Hobbit: There And Back Again has a new release date. The film was slated to arrive in theaters on July 18, 2014, but New Line Cinema and MGM have now been moved the release date to December 17, 2014. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was a box office success
Here is an awesome Gandalf infographic by artist Emil Johansson. Emil has a whole website dedicated to the works of Tolkien and the genealogy of the characters. There’s a blog on the site where Emil posts these awesome infographics and pictures. Did you ever wonder what kind of stuff Gandalf
The beautiful thing about literature is that the way the characters and environments look, the tone, the mood are all at the discretion of the reader. So when a book is adapted into film often directors receive grief because they didn’t do it “right”. The biggest book-film adaptation of the moment is of course Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, an adaptation of J.R.R.Tolkein’s 1937 fantasy novel The Hobbit, or There and Back Again. So how true was Jackson’s interpretation of one of the most iconic fantasy novels of all time?
In our penultimate episode we gear up for the end of the year and possibly the world by reviewing The Hobbit, Seven Psychopaths, Sleepwalk With Me, Life of Pi and Sightseers. We also talk festive films and things get pretty hyper from the start. DOWNLOAD EPISODE MOVIE REVIEWS The Hobbit
Skepticism has loomed over The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Peter Jackson’s return to Middle Earth, for several months now. The doubt first began when it was announced that Jackson would be splitting J.R.R. Tolkien’s 310-page book into a trilogy of films that would accumulate to around eight hours of cinema.
We might as well talk about some actual awards. The New York Film Critics Circle and National Board of Review both announce their picks next week, but the indie circuit brought the major awards updates of the week. The Gotham Independent Film Awards took place on Monday night and offered
22 days and counting until we revisit Middle Earth in Peter Jackon’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Of course, we here at Screen Invasion are excited and already have tickets in hand for the theatrical release. Over the past year they’ve released tons of TV spots and trailers and one super fan
Ok…who’s ready to go back to Middle Earth? Raise your hand. Yup, I’m with you. Amazingly, it has been almost 10 years since we’ve checked in on the folks in Middle Earth, as Return of the King was released in 2003! The first trailer came to us almost a year