Third Video Blog from Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit’

Comic-Con is kicking of in San Diego as we speak, and the one thing you can expect to come out of it is a slew of new trailers and sneak peeks.  However one thing that you won’t be seeing is anything to do with The Hobbit.  Peter Jackson released this statement to disappointed fans:

Good news and bad news today. Bad news is that we won’t be doing any Hobbit presentation at Comic Con in San Diego this year. New Line and Warner Bros were very happy to support a presentation, but I declined, simply because I felt it was too early. There’s so much more of the films still to shoot. I just wanted to get that out there, because I’ve seen various references to the possibility of something Hobbity at Comic Con. Hate to disappoint anyone. But something tells me we will be there in force next year.

Now for the good news…

We’ve just finished a new video blog, covering a little more of the first block of shooting. So please enjoy this—at least you don’t have to travel to San Deigo to see it!

I’ve been on the go since wrapping the first shooting block, but I’m about to settle down and get into the much delayed 20 Questions. I’ve a few half-written and will get those done very, very soon! I promise!


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So there is some good news then, accompanying parts one and two comes part three of Jacksons production diary.  Theres some interesting things on offer, including a look at Gollums cave, and thirteen dwarves, a wizard and a hobbit.  Watch the latest developments below and let us know what you think.


About Steve Willingham

Steve is a 35 year old English and Media graduate with an overriding passion for everything film. Ensconced on the Isle of Wight, by day you’ll find him working as a training co-ordinator, but by night you’ll find him wearing out his season pass at the local cinema. A fan of all genres whether it’s foreign language thriller or epic Sci-Fi Blockbuster he’s never happier then when discussing the wide world of film. His favourite film is The Prophecy with Christopher Walken and his dream is to see a worthy cinematic adaptation of a H.P.Lovecraft story.