Not that we needed confirmation, but it's always nice when one's quality of taste or choices are affirmed. Eric Vespe today tweeted:
Eric Vespe more tweets & responses today:
THE HOBBIT News:
Which character should play Christopher gRAy in 51 Shades?(see poll)
Should Guy of Gisborne play Chris gRAy? Afterall, he and Marian tortured each other for 26 excrutiatingly delicious episodes of RH:)
Quote from eyewitness in article below:
- Legolas and Tauriel in an action sequence and a tense threat to Thorin!
"I witnessed the whole Company of Dwarves struggling through Mirkwood forest, greenscreen everywhere, and most obviously they were covered with spiderwebs and goo. Their run through the forest is abruptly cut short with an arrow in Thorin’s face. It is rather reminiscent of the bit in FELLOWSHIP where Haldir and his team bring weapons to bear against Frodo. ... Orlando Bloom makes a triumphant return to the role of Legolas spitting out a venomous threat to Thorin: “I won’t hesitate to kill you, Dwarf.” I’ve never heard Legolas sound quite so pissed off. It’s really, really cool."
[R: My instant reaction to "cut short w/an arrow in Thorin's face" was "NO! Not the face!YIKES!"http://www.theonering.net/torwp/2012/04/27/55378-hobbit-footage-review-massive-spoilers-full-coverage-analysis/
Excerpt from latest edition of Entertainment Weekly Article entitled “News and Notes”
BLOCKBUSTER With BUZZ: Thanks to CinemaCon, Hollywood is hyped for The Hobbit..
“Peter Jackson’s Vision for the Hobbit is Clear, REALLY Clear…
Almost everyone throughout Peter Jackson’s Hobbit looked great. But maybe it looked too great? As happy as exhibitors were with the storytelling on display in Jackson’s two-movie return to J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy world, there were loud grumbles about his decision to shoot it with new technology that uses 48 images, or “frames,” to create every second of footage, instead of the traditional 24. The result was an ultra-clear image that the oscar-winning filmmaker hopes will make 3-D less bothersome to the eye…Both films will also be released in the traditional format, but some big theater chains agreed to give his 48-frame experiment a shot. “We’re happy with the visual aspects of 48 frames per second,” says Amy Miles, CEO of Regal Entertainment Group, which plans to upgrade between 2,500 and 2,700 of it’s 3-D projectors for THE HOBBIT. “There are some guys in our industry where you just say, over time, they’ll figure this stuff out. It doesn’t hurt that it’s somebody like Peter Jackson.”
[R: We know for a fact that PJ has superlative taste when it comes to making exactly the right choices for his films, don’t we? ;D]
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