Articles about The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

10 "Important" Movie Characters Who Were Mere Plot Devices
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Every great story needs compelling characters. They are what elevate a films themes, symbolism and morality into relatable territory and allow us to project ourselves into the narrative. When this is done right, characters can make a film truly great because as well as becoming invested in the central plot, we follow them and we feel for them, too.
Source: whatculture.com
Added by on 3/26/14
Back from the Dead, Just Like Bond
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The @nytimes on how MGM was pulled from the wreckage and is showing signs of regaining its historic might in Hollywood
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 9/9/13
A Long, Strange Trip
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Category: Video
Tagged: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Video: A deleted scene from "The Hobbit: An Unexpectedly Journey," thus confirming the journey could have been even longer
Added by on 7/31/13
The Best and Worst of Prequels
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An infographic on the best and worst of Hollywood prequels by... TexasElectricityProviders.com? Sure, why not
Added by on 6/13/13
Lost in Translation
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A funny thing happened on the way to the Chinese box office: foreign audiences have virtually stopped going
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 4/22/13
Worth Its Weight in Gold
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Now on display is the real-life ring said to have inspired Tolkien's "The Hobbit" and "Lord of the Rings"
Added by on 4/2/13
Just a Bunch of Green Screens, Really
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@gizmodo has some on-set photos showing what "movies look like before special effects"
Source: gizmodo.com
Added by on 2/28/13
Even Money on "Hitchcock" and "Hobbit" for Hair?
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Who will win at the 2013 #Oscars in the Makeup and Hairstyling category? @BillDesowitz breaks down the competition
Added by on 2/20/13
"Hobbit" Makeup, Braids and All
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Peter King, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Peter Swords King, lead hair and makeup artist for "The Hobbit," talks to @TheCarpetbagger
Added by on 2/20/13
A Bevy of Behind-the-Scenes Shots
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@slashfilm has behind-the-scenes/making-of featurettes for "Looper," "The Hobbit," "Brave" and "Life of Pi"
Added by on 2/16/13
Worth Its Weight in Gold
Interesting
Now on display is the real-life ring said to have inspired Tolkien's "The Hobbit" and "Lord of the Rings"
Added by on 4/2/13
Just a Bunch of Green Screens, Really
Interesting
@gizmodo has some on-set photos showing what "movies look like before special effects"
Source: gizmodo.com
Added by on 2/28/13
"Hobbit" Makeup, Braids and All
Interesting
Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Peter King, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Peter Swords King, lead hair and makeup artist for "The Hobbit," talks to @TheCarpetbagger
Added by on 2/20/13
Back from the Dead, Just Like Bond
Interesting
The @nytimes on how MGM was pulled from the wreckage and is showing signs of regaining its historic might in Hollywood
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 9/9/13
The Best and Worst of Prequels
Interesting
An infographic on the best and worst of Hollywood prequels by... TexasElectricityProviders.com? Sure, why not
Added by on 6/13/13
Lost in Translation
Interesting
A funny thing happened on the way to the Chinese box office: foreign audiences have virtually stopped going
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 4/22/13
Even Money on "Hitchcock" and "Hobbit" for Hair?
Interesting
Who will win at the 2013 #Oscars in the Makeup and Hairstyling category? @BillDesowitz breaks down the competition
Added by on 2/20/13
A Long, Strange Trip
Interesting
Category: Video
Tagged: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Video: A deleted scene from "The Hobbit: An Unexpectedly Journey," thus confirming the journey could have been even longer
Added by on 7/31/13
A Bevy of Behind-the-Scenes Shots
Interesting
@slashfilm has behind-the-scenes/making-of featurettes for "Looper," "The Hobbit," "Brave" and "Life of Pi"
Added by on 2/16/13
10 "Important" Movie Characters Who Were Mere Plot Devices
Interesting
Every great story needs compelling characters. They are what elevate a films themes, symbolism and morality into relatable territory and allow us to project ourselves into the narrative. When this is done right, characters can make a film truly great because as well as becoming invested in the central plot, we follow them and we feel for them, too.
Source: whatculture.com
Added by on 3/26/14