Will Peter Jackson finally get to direct an episode of Doctor Who in New Zealand? And if so, could it be anything other than EPIC?
Want to watch six minutes of Peter Jackson getting down and dirty about Hobbit sequels?
Peter Jackson's divisive return to Middle Earth just got skewered in the best way possible.
Yes, Peter Jackson still really wants to direct a Doctor Who episode.
Back in 2010, there was an intense dispute over The Hobbit which almost derailed production.
It's sometimes easy to forget the work that goes into creating CGI effects, but then you peel back the veil and it becomes powerfully evident.
Peter Jackson's first installment in the film adaptation of Tolkien's classic, The Hobbit, was not met with the same enthusiasm as the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
After a month in theaters, Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has grossed nearly $900 million worldwide.
Though director Peter Jackson took his time ramping up the action in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, we still didn't get much insight into why Gandalf is right in the middle of this Dwarf mission. Turns out, those scenes were there to start with—but got bumped in the editing room.
We've been hearing rumors and reasons as to whether or not Peter Jackson may direct an episode of Doctor Who. Turns out Peter Jackson was at a screening for the new Doctor Who Christmas episode, and you'll never guess what came up.