I personally never read the trilogy (or The Hobbit which I plan on reading soon). Shameful, I know. I own the trilogy, but alas, have never had the time or capacity to read them straight through. Pop got spilled on my Return of the king. Darn shame too, it's a really nice set. Anywho. I liked how Jackson made the trilogy movies, and was pretty angry when I found out about all this rubbish going on with him and New Line. It just seems like LOTR and The Hobbit movies would be completely unrelated if two different directors made them. They're obviously going to have different views on the books. It all seems a little unfair. After all, wasn't Jackson the one who sold the idea of LOTR to New Line?
Post by thistledown on May 13, 2007 15:26:57 GMT -5
It will be completely amazing.
Hopefully one day in the future, before I'm dead (I'm 15 now) The Hobbit will be made and all of these little arguements between co-workers will cease. So let us now pray to God, Buddah, Allah, Ra, or whatever entity you like--that Peter Jackson and New Line will once again love each other and give birth to a wonderful movie called The Hobbit....and yes I know my analogy (metaphor?) or whatever it was was creepy.