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Old 12-18-2007, 11:48 AM
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Movie: The Hobbit - An Unexpected Journey

NEW YORK (AP) -- Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema have reached agreement to make J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit," a planned prequel to the blockbuster trilogy "The Lord of the Rings."

Jackson, who directed the "Rings" trilogy, will serve as executive producer for "The Hobbit." A director for the prequel films has yet to be named.

Relations between Jackson and New Line had soured after "Rings," despite a collective worldwide box office gross of nearly $3 billion -- an enormous success. The two sides nevertheless were able to reconcile, with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (MGM) splitting "The Hobbit" 50/50, spokemen for both studios said Tuesday.

"I'm very pleased that we've been able to put our differences behind us, so that we may begin a new chapter with our old friends at New Line," Jackson said in a statement. "We are delighted to continue our journey through Middle Earth."

Two "Hobbit" films are scheduled to be shot simultaneously, similar to how the three "Lord of the Rings" films were made. Production is set to begin in 2009 with a released planned for 2010, with the sequel scheduled for a 2011 release.

New Line Cinema is owned by Time Warner. (Time Warner is the parent company of CNN.) Sony and Comcast are among the owners of MGM
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I got stuck watching the original 3 over the weekend. Couldnt change the channel.

I dont remember liking them much when I saw it in the theatre.
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cool, hope they're as good as the 3rings.
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loved the hobbit growing up
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ummm....why are there going to be two "hobbit" films?

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Originally Posted by JediMindTricks
ummm....why are there going to be two "hobbit" films?

part 1 and part 2, I would guess. Rather than condensing the whole book into one movie. Why are you complaining?? :P

Hobbit was my fav book and I can't wait to see this. So glad they kissed and made up.
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^not complaining. just curious.
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Originally Posted by srika
part 1 and part 2, I would guess. Rather than condensing the whole book into one movie. Why are you complaining?? :P

Hobbit was my fav book and I can't wait to see this. So glad they kissed and made up.
2 films > 1 film
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damnit can't wait that long. I did just rewatch LOTR, can't believe it's like 6 years since Fellowship.
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and oh yeah...

another reason they're doing 2....... double $$$$$$$
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The old animated one was only 77 minutes and I loved it as a kid. Something tells me there will be a lot of if they milk it for two movies.
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The Hobbit is easily two films. Long panoramic scenes, plenty of dialog.. by the time they reach Rivendell, it'll be close to 2 hours into the first film. Gollum/Smeagol will probably be the entire 3rd hour.
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you know Smaug is gonna be bad ass!!
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Originally Posted by srika
you know Smaug is gonna be bad ass!!


Plus.. 2009 CG > 2003 CG
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Wait so I remember seeing some of the hobbit cartoon back in the cut but can't remember the exact story. Is it basically the story that's told in the first 5 minutes of LOTR?
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you know Smaug is gonna be bad ass!!
Hells yeah, that's exactly what i'm looking forward to seeing
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you know Smaug is gonna be bad ass!!
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I was watching the LOTR movies on TV this weekend and was thinking "why didn't they make a hobbit movie?". I always KNEW I had mind powers, this just proves it.
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but you don't have jedi mind tricks.
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you know Smaug is gonna be bad ass!!
He's that little lizardy dude, right?
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2 film ticket sales > 1 film ticket sales
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Who will direct?

Whilst Peter Jackson has been confirmed to be producing New Line's upcoming dual-films based on Tolkien's "The Hobbit", many fans have been left wondering if he or the often rumoured Sam Raimi would sit in the director's chair.

Jackson's manager Ken Kamins tells Entertainment Weekly that "Peter won't be directing because he felt the fans have waited long enough for The Hobbit. It will take the better part of every day of the next four years to write, direct and produce two Hobbit films. Given his current obligations to both The Lovely Bones and Tintin, waiting for Peter, Fran, and Phillippa to write, direct and produce The Hobbit would require the fans wait even longer."

No decision has been made says New Line's co-chair Robert Shaye - "There is obviously a small but significant number of directors who could handle two films of this magnitude, but we have no commitment to anybody. Now that Peter is an integral part of the decision-making process, we all have to see eye-to-eye on any candidate we try to enlist."

The creative powers are expected to start planning the films in early 2008
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4 years to write and direct and they haven't even started planning yet??
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...not a 2-part Hobbit

Talking with MTV News, actor Elijah Wood was asked about his potential involvement in the Peter Jackson-produced "The Hobbit" and its sequel.

He says "I haven't spoken to [Jackson] directly about it [but] I've e-mailed him, and as far as I know, the two films that they're doing, one will be 'The Hobbit' and another will take place between the 60 years that happened between 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings'."

So would he come back? "If I'm asked to go back and revisit that character and it makes sense, I would love to. I would absolutely love to."

He freely admits though that his role would likely be limited - "I can't imagine that they would write great reams of information regarding my character. But if he [Frodo] should show up, it would actually be the perfect way to revisit because it could be small enough that I could go back and have a nice sort of reunion with the memories that I have of the experience."
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Post Del Toro Doing "Hobbit" Films

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Guillermo del Toro is in talks to direct back-to-back installments of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit" for New Line and MGM says The Hollywood Reporter.

One of the most anticipated literary adaptations of the past decade in the wake of the success of "The Lord of the Rings", New Line has to tread carefully to not upset its billion-dollar franchise or its fanbase.

The resolution of a lawsuit in December put the project back on track, but 'Rings' director Peter Jackson could not take on writing and directing roles due to other commitments - instead he'll serve as executive producer.

Tolkien's 1937 prequel to 'Rings' centered on Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit who joins a group of dwarves and the wizard Gandalf on a quest to find the treasure of a dragon named Smaug.

Del Toro however commands a lot of respect thanks to a large geek fanbase, a love of the source material, and most notably an acclaimed sense of fantasy filmmaking seen in such films as the Oscar-nominated "Pan's Labyrinth," "The Devil's Backbone," "Hellboy" and "Blade 2".

Because of the strike, no writer has been hired yet though that process will be fast-tracked once it's resolved. Del Toro and Jackson will oversee "Hobbit's" writing.

Both films will be shot simultaneously during 2009 for a total production budget of $300 million (the original 'Rings' trilogy cost an economically modest $270 million). The release of the first film is slated for 2010 and the second in 2011.
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Del Toro would be a good choice.
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A strong choice for director indeed.
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February 1, 2008 - It was reported earlier this week that Spanish filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro had been in negotiations to direct both The Hobbit and another film based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien for New Line Cinema and MGM. Del Toro has now been announced as having officially signed on to direct the two films.

According to the British newspaper The Guardian, the announcement was made at the French premiere of the del Toro-produced thriller The Orphanage. "Today is a big day because we are announcing what everyone wanted to hear, which is that he will be directing The Hobbit," the host reportedly told the audience as he introduced del Toro.

Oscar winner Peter Jackson, who directed the Lord of the Rings trilogy, will executive produce The Hobbit. The screenplay cannot be worked on, however, until after the writers' strike ends.

New Line and MGM have tentatively penciled in principal photography for the two films -- which will be shot back-to-back -- for 2009, with a budget of $150 million per film. The first is slated for release in 2010, with the second the following year.

The Hobbit, written by Tolkien in 1937, takes place many years before The Lord of the Rings and centers on young Bilbo Baggins, who, along with a group of dwarves and Gandalf the wizard, embark on a quest to steal the treasure of Smaug the dragon. The first movie will reportedly tell this story, while the second will show events immediately preceding the beginning of The Fellowship of the Ring.
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'Rings' Studio Sued For Profits By Tolkien Estate

Lawsuit Puts 'Hobbit' Films In Jeopardy

POSTED: 9:19 am CST February 12, 2008
UPDATED: 9:25 am CST February 12, 2008

LOS ANGELES -- The estate of "Lord of the Rings" creator J.R.R. Tolkien is suing the film studio that released the trilogy based on his books, claiming the company hasn't paid it a penny from the estimated $6 billion the films have grossed worldwide.

The suit, filed Monday, claims New Line was required to pay 7.5 percent of gross receipts to Tolkien's estate and other plaintiffs, who contend they only received an upfront payment of $62,500 for the three movies before production began.

The writer's estate, a British charity dubbed The Tolkien Trust, and original "Lord of the Rings" publisher HarperCollins filed the lawsuit against New Line Cinema in Los Angeles Superior Court. If successful, it could block the long-awaited prequel to the films.

Robert Pini, a spokesman for Time Warner Inc.'s New Line, declined to comment.

The films - 2001's "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring," 2002's "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers," and 2003's "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" - have reaped nearly $6 billion combined worldwide, according to the complaint.

The estimate includes everything from box office receipts to revenue from sales of DVDs and other products.

The plaintiffs seek more than $150 million in compensatory damages, unspecified punitive damages and a court order giving the Tolkien estate the right to terminate any rights New Line may have to make films based on other works by the author, including "The Hobbit."

Such an order would scuttle plans by New Line to make a two-film prequel based on "The Hobbit." "Rings" trilogy director Peter Jackson has already signed on to serve as executive producer on the project, which is tentatively slated to begin production next year, with releases planned for 2010 and 2011.

"The Tolkien trustees do not file lawsuits lightly, and have tried unsuccessfully to resolve their claims out of court," Steven Maier, an attorney for the Tolkien estate based in Britain, said in a statement. "New Line has not paid the plaintiffs even one penny of its contractual share of gross receipts despite the billions of dollars of gross revenue generated by these wildly successful motion pictures."

Maier also claims the film studio has blocked the Tolkien estate and the other plaintiffs from auditing the receipts of the last two films.

The lawsuit claims J.R.R. Tolkien established a trust through which he signed a film deal in 1969 with United Artists. After Tolkien's death, his heirs created the charity in the author's name.

Meanwhile, the original agreement terms were picked up by Hollywood producer Saul Zaentz, who produced an animated film in 1978 based on the "Rings" books, and eventually licensed the rights to make live-action films to New Line.

Lawyers for the plaintiffs said they have spent the years since the movies hit theaters trying to negotiate a settlement with New Line.

Other disputes over the film's earnings have surfaced in recent years.

In 2004, Zaentz sued New Line, claiming the studio cheated him out of $20 million in royalties from the film trilogy, which he optioned to New Line for a percentage of the movies' profits.

He and the film studio reached an out-of-court settlement a year later.

Jackson's production company also tangled with New Line in 2005 over profits from the films. A lawsuit was settled last year.
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OFFICIAL: Guillermo del Toro To Direct "Hobbit"

It's finally official folks, Director Guillermo del Toro ("Hellboy," "Pan's Labyrinth") has signed to direct New Line and MGM's "The Hobbit" and its sequel.

According to Variety, the announcement came came Thursday afternoon from executive producers Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh, New Line president Toby Emmerich, and newly named MGM chief Mary Parent.

Del Toro's will move to New Zealand for the next four years to work with Jackson and his Wingnut and Weta production teams.

He'll also direct the two films back to back with the sequel dealing with the 60-year period between "The Hobbit" and 2001's "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring".

The studios have not given a start date on production and don't yet have a script. It's widely expected that the "LOTR" scripting team of Jackson, Walsh and Philippa Boyens will collaborate with Del Toro.

The general thought is that they will start shooting next year and release the films in late 2011 and 2012.
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So, not a 2-part Hobbit, but The Hobbit and a sequel!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Del Toro's will move to New Zealand for the next four years to work with Jackson and his Wingnut and Weta production teams.
Nooooooooooooo. I want my Del Toro directed H.P. Lovecraft movie damnit!
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Please make it stop. Three movies is more than I can take...
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Please make it stop. Three movies is more than I can take...
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I hope it all gets settled and the Hobbit films can be made, and live up to the quality of the LOTR movies....very well written books deserve to be made into movies properly. I hope it'll be worth the wait. I was concerned that the movies wouldn't do them justice. I was delightfully surprised. Mr. Jackson did a great job, so fingers are crossed for the Hobbit.

If you haven't read the books, I highly recommend them. If you don't like fantasy, I suggest you try them anyway, so well done.....
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James McAvoy to play Bilbo?

The Daily Express reports that Scottish hunk and acclaimed 29-year-old thespian ("Atonement," "The Last King of Scotland") is the favourite to play the lead role of Bilbo Baggins in Guillermo del Toro's "The Hobbit".

According to the dubious British tabloid, "A number of names have been doing the rounds, including Daniel Radcliffe and Jack Black, but James (McAvoy) is the one the film's bosses really want. They're expected to have talks soon so hopefully it could be confirmed in the not too distant future."

In a chat with Empire earlier this week, director Guillermo del Toro said that he and producer Peter Jackson have a short list of names in regards to who they'd like to play Bilbo, and their first choice is someone both he and Jackson immediately agreed upon.

Speculation about the role will continue for a while though as del Toro has already warned that it'll be "at least a year before we announce any casting."

The 5'7 Glaswegian McAvoy will next be seen in this Summer's action vehicle "Wanted".
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