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THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY Production Video Blog #6

Peter Jackson, director of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, has released its’ sixth production video blog. These video blogs have been phenomenal so far and this most recent one does not disappoint!  This video covers location shooting part two; we saw the first half of location shooting in the fifth production video. As with previous video blogs from Jackson, we get to see a lot of action with interviews with both cast and crew. The videos also give some behind the scenes of how they are shooting this film. Being a part two dealing with location shooting, we get to see a lot more of the scenery and absolutely beautiful landscapes is the country of New Zealand. In the introduction for this video, Peter Jackson explains that he is on set shooting the second half of the story and second film, The Hobbit: There and Back Again. He teases that he can’t show us anything that he can see at the moment until 2013. Insert sad face. I am so excited about this upcoming film due to hit theaters December 14, 2012. In my opinion, Pater Jackson is doing a great job keeping the excitement level high for the films. These behind-the-scenes video blogs give the fans a sense of being apart of the actual production of the film. They also make me super jealous of the crew that gets to be apart of the actual production. I am sure we will see a few more production video blogs in the next few months leading up to the films’ December release.

Check out the sixth installment of The Hobbit production videos after the jump.

 

 

What did you think of the newest video from Peter Jackson?

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Casey Carroll grew up a huge fan of television and film. He was born in Marietta, GA but grew up in Murfreesboro, TN. Casey has also been involved in theatre from a very young age. Casey is now a 24-year-old college student at Middle Tennessee State University majoring in Video Production and Film Studies. Watching TV and movies are just two of Casey’s many hobbies that he is very passionate about. He hopes to continue to pursue work in the film industry.Visit him at http://caseyccarroll.com