Video from Richard Armitage Announcing the Hobbit Fan Contest ( From China)

I think this is the link for the official Hobbit Trilogy You Tube Channel

https://www.youtube.com/user/hobbitwb

Thanks again to Micra for sending this link.

The Hobbit Tops Friday Box Office

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The Hobbit has been open for about 10 days in the U.S.

Unbroken and Into the Woods, both of which just opened, topped the box office on Christmas Day, putting The Hobbit third. But on the day after Christmas, The Hobbit shot back up to # 1.

I really can’t wait to see what the weekend brings, both domestically and internationally, especially with the Ox opening.

New Projects: MovieFone Interview –

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Where do you go from here?

I’m developing my own projects as a producer, and the next one I am going to be in. It’s based on a true story, set in Ireland, that will be a long term project. And I’m going to do a movie next year called “Pilgrimage,” about an 11th century Crusade.

SDCC Blog Predicts Richard Armitage Will Attend for ITS

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I’m not so sure, since the blogger is basing the assumption that Richard Armitage will attend, on Armitage’s comments during the Anglophile Channel interview that we’ll be taking [the film] to ComicCon, and that was before he was cast in The Crucible– but, we’ll see.

 

3. Into the Storm

Release Date: August 8, 2014

Here’s another film we know will be at Comic-Con, thanks to star Richard Armitage who mentioned it during an interview this year. Distributed by Warner Bros., it was already at WonderCon back in April, so we’re left wondering if this will even be at the studio’s big panel event. It’s also not a great fit genre-wise. Sure, it has a fan-favorite star and big special effects, but this is Comic-Con, not Meteorologist-Con. Warner Bros. sure does like to pack its panels full of whatever it has on its upcoming release schedule, so who knows. It could be a trailer and a quick Q&A, or maybe just a booth appearance. Whatever it is, Armitage will be there. Whether that bodes well for another film he’ll be in later this year, we’ll see…

I confess I have no idea what the blogger means when he writes ” whether it bodes well for another film [Armitage] will be in later this year, we’ll see…”