Thread: (Two) Hobbit movies
i get mail from the Hobbit site which gets the news as the first and i read that Del Toro was interviewed and said something like this: ''Everyone isn't talking about two movies anymore it is just only one movie so we didn't said to each other lets make one movie but we al just thought one movie was better'' .
i just deleted the mail some time ago so i can't tell where it was coming from as soon as i get another one i will post it.
So it is probably going to be one movie.
I really don't care either way. As long as they don't try to squeeze some of their 2nd movie ideas into the one. If they have one, they need it to be just 'The Hobbit.'
He also said, however, that they wouldn't make a second movie if there "wasn't a second movie" (i.e. if they couldn't come up with a good story that stayed true to LOTR, etc.).
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O saw a show with Peter Jackason today and he says it will be 2 parts. He lost a lot of weight - didn't he?
[quote="lighthouse714":1t58buxb]I wondering if there is any one who has a copy of the movie with Bilbo - not the animated - but the one with current Bilbo. It is the first The Hobbit and I know there has been trouble with it but there has to be someone who taped it and it willing to sell copies - or even let me download .[/quote:1t58buxb]
I'm not really sure what you're talking about, to be honest. There have been six movies based on Tolkien's works so far. The first three (The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and The Return of the King) were the animated ones. The other three were, of course, PJ's trilogy. The animated Hobbit is the only Hobbit movie that has been made so far. If by "current Bilbo" you mean the actor Ian Holm, you may have been thinking of the BBC's radio adaptation of LotR, in which Ian Holm played [i:1t58buxb]Frodo[/i:1t58buxb]. I don't know if that's what you were thinking of, but it's the closest thing that comes to mind.
[quote:1t58buxb]Great site everyone and so glad to be here[/quote:1t58buxb]
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Welcome to the forum Pat . I hope Eldorion's answer helps you. He's very knowledgeable about such things .