Peter Jackson, who by my very forgiving assessment hasn’t made a good movie since 2003, is considering directing a DC movie. I’m already anticipating laughing at some thirty-five minute extended CG sequence.
Peter Jackson and the writing team behind Lord of the Rings are adapting Mortal Engines for the big screen. Jackson will be writing the script with Fran Walsh and Phillipa Boyens, and Christian Rivers will be directing.
Hey! Here’s a new trailer for The Hobbit: Peter Jackson Commits the Same Exact Sins as the Prequels. I oscillate between being very excited, and remembering how disappointing I found the first installment. (Which should have been the only installment, because it’s the fucking Hobbit, not Fan Service: Elves, Frodo, and Thirteen Hours of Filler.)
Here’s the trailer for The Desolation of Smaug. I’m not going to stunt, I enjoy seeing some dragon up in the game. It’s a shame that it took a three-hour prelude movie. It’s a shame that Jackson has to stick every fucking bit of fan service into these movies that he can. Whatever, whatever. Benjamin Cumbersnatch as a dragon. Right on.
What do you all think of the trailer?
Hey, it’s the poster for the second installment of Peter Jackson’s bloated, self-satisfied interpretation of The Hobbit starring Watson. Yawn. Oh yeah, trailer on Tuesday!
Peter Jackson is getting his thematic harmony on. Or someone in the marketing department. Whatever the case, the new poster for The Hobbit: Part 1 of 17 has dropped, and it is reminiscent of the LOTR posters of yore. Like a long time ago. Or a decade. Eleven years? Something.
Watch the trailer, leave your comments in the box below. You know the drill.
Here’s a truckload of new pictures from The Hobbit: Bloated Subtitles. Nothing really tremendous in them for me, but I’m not particularly excited about the whole endeavor at this point.
Stretch it out and make a million, zillion dollars! Yeehaw. That has to be what the Hive-Mind Business Executives are thinking now that they’ve greenlighted Peter Jackson’s creamy-pants desire to mistakenly stretch out The Hobbit into three films. You know, the same amount of movies the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy spanned.