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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

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  1. MGM Signs Multiyear Pay TV Deal With Turkey's D-Smart

    4:54 am 11/28/2013

    The operator of thematic channels across satellite TV and digital platforms takes exclusive rights to such titles as the "Hobbit" trilogy and horror remake "Carrie," along with multiple library films.Read more

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  2. Peter Jackson Unveils 20 Minutes of New Footage at 'Hobbit' Fan Event

    8:18 pm 11/4/2013

    Tolkienites from L.A. to Sydney were treated to a live Q&A with the director and stars of his upcoming "Desolation of Smaug."Read more

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  3. Appeals Court Won't Lift 'Age of the Hobbits' Injunction

    7:06 am 10/31/2013

    A ruling that Warner Bros. has demonstrated a likelihood of success in a trademark battle stands.Read more

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  4. Peter Jackson's 'Hobbit' Trilogy Has Cost $561 Million So Far

    2:53 pm 10/4/2013

    That figure includes the major 266 days of filming with actors, although it doesn't include an additional two months or so of "pick-up" shoots.Read more

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  5. IBC Wrap: 'We Would Be Fools if We Didn't Learn From 'The Hobbit''

    12:55 pm 9/23/2013

    Digital cinema community debates laser light, immersive sound, resolution and high frame rates at confab.Read more

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  6. 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' 'Pacific Rim,' 'Iron Man 3' Lead HPA Awards Feature Nominations

    11:25 am 9/4/2013

    Peter Jackson's Park Road will receive the Judges Award for "The Hobbit's" high frame rate, stereoscopic 3D postproduction.Read more

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  7. Peter Jackson's Weta, Park Road Post Earn 3D Awards for 'Avatar,' 'Hobbit' Work

    5:05 am 8/26/2013

    3D Society’s Technology Awards will also be presented to companies including Dolby, Regal and Mercedes-Benz at the Sept. 18 ceremony.Read more

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  8. New HBO 'Luck' Court Filing Claims Rampant Hollywood Animal Abuse

    11:44 am 8/6/2013

    An amended lawsuit comes with graphic pictures and allegations against "Life of Pi," "The Hobbit" and Steven Spielberg.Read more

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  9. Warner Bros. Allowed to Pursue Tolkien Estate For Allegedly Breaching 'Hobbit' Contract

    12:30 pm 7/11/2013

    A federal judge will let the studio continue its fight over whether it missed out on millions in licensing opportunities.Read more

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  10. Beyond 'The Hobbit': Why Hollywood is Staying in New Zealand

    11:00 am 6/27/2013

    From James Cameron's organic farm to Emmy contender "Top of the Lake," the idyllic island nation continues to thrive 12 years after Frodo and Co. put it on the movie location map.Read more

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