Hobbit Films To Begin Shooting In June

The prequels to the uber-successful Lord Of The Rings trilogy will begin shooting in June. The Hobbit, based on the book by J.R. Tolkien, will be split into two parts for maximum profits to tell the whole story properly. Peter Jackson, who directed the trilogy, will be overseeing Guillermo Del Toro as director. Ian McKellan, who will reprise his role as Gandalf in both films, took to his website to confirm:

THE HOBBIT’s, two films, start shooting in New Zealand in June. Filming will take over a year. Casting in Los Angeles, New York City and London has started. The script too proceeds. The first draft is crammed with old and new friends, again on a quest in Middle Earth.

We CAN NOT WAIT for this! The Whore will be camping out the night before its debut!

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