It was in 2004 that Peter Jackson completed the Lord of the Rings trilogy, delivering what would eventually, through his extended editions, become over 11 hours of high fantasy storytelling to keep us company instead of women for the next eight years. Now, at long last--following long delays and struggles with director changes, hobbit racism, union demands, and ulcer perforations--Jackson has returned to Middle Earth to deliver a two-film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit and get motion-capture Andy Serkis to hiss "precious" a few hundred more times. As evidence, here's the first trailer for The Hobbit saga's opening film, titled An Unexpected Journey. Hey, like puberty!
New 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Trailer Offers More Threats, More Glaring, Alice Eve Standing Around in a BraCaptain Chris Pine and his similarly-attractive, ever-glaring crew are back in a new trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness. In today's episode, the Enterprise team explore the strange new civilization of England, where they encounter a startling new life form: a soap opera villai... / Continue →
New 'Avengers' Trailer Reveals More Footage, More Wrecked Cars, 'Inception' Blares, Some Kind of Transformer?Michael Bay is sure going to have a big CGI write-off on his tax return this year. After charitably donating numerous chain-like chrome things, vaguely robotic dins, and destroyed skyscrapers to Battleship, it seems he may have saved his largest philanthropical gift yet for The... / Continue →
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