If it's crap ... We'll tell you
As Peter Jackson's two-part adaptation of 'The Hobbit' continues to take shape, the fan-friendly director keeps us all well-informed with his Middle Earth blogs. This time around, Jackson gives us more behind-the-scenes goodness and talks a little about the logistics of bringing J.R.R Tolkien's novel to life and the complicated process of on-location filming. Given the scale of this film and its production design, I wouldn't blame him if he just stood in front of the camera and said, "it's damned difficult!" But of course, he gives us far more than that.
*WARNING* This is a production journal. They discuss the film, the story, and various elements of the production. If you're one of those people who don't want to have absolutely anything spoiled for you (even though the book has been out for over 70 years and there was an animated film already), then just close the page now, return back to your hyperbaric chamber, and come back out when the film gets released. *WARNING*