Peter Jackson presents another video from the set of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey". As he promised in the previous one, he takes us on locations, where they are filming some interesting scenes. You can see the crew traveled a lot (and probably will travel more). I'm again impressed how many people are working on this story - they say there are over a five hundred workers and dozens of trucks were used to take all stuff out of the studio. Looks like everything has been packed (WC cabins; coffee makers; costumes; cameras; actors; fake hair for beards, feet and wigs; giant plants and trees; cows, pigs, ducks etc).
Elijah Wood said such touching words about coming back after 11 years. It must be a great feeling to film there again.
Even Prime Minister of New Zealand came to visit "The Hobbit" team. They say Hobbiton was built for real this time and it will be left untouched for those, who would like to visit this place. I'm first in that row.
Now this video is my favourite among others, because I'd gave many things to have a chance to work on such a wonderful project and to film on those locations. New Zealand is very picturesque. And I'd like to retire in Hobbiton too, especially if Peter Jackson will settle there. What a neighbour he could be!
Next video from the set will be released early in the next year.
Watch previous videos from the set of upcoming duology "The Hobbit":
More about "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" (2012)! (all pictures, stories, news, set videos, Peter Jackson's statements etc.)
And a few interesting pictures from the set (click on the image to enlarge it):
Peter The Great
Peter The Funny
If some unreleased pictures will leak, guess whose fault it will be...
Andy Serkis is busy gathering flowers
Map of New Zealand magically turns into a map of the Middle-Earth
Occupying the space of a football field
Sentimental Elijah Wood
Next movie star
Peter and his team are wishing us a "MERRY CHRISTMAS!"