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May 10 2008, 11:21pm

Post #126 of 128 (7400 views)
Welcome...trusting... [In reply to] Can't Post

welcome GDT...and thank you for the opportunity to know you and some of your thoughts on the project. PJ has earned my trust and if he is trusting you than I suppose I can too. Looking forward to going back to Middle Earth with everyone here and with you.Wink


May 10 2008, 11:27pm

Post #127 of 128 (7589 views)
I'm afraid your probably right [In reply to] Can't Post

Once it becomes an active set again I doubt anyone will be permitted near...as to its future I agree unless some miracle occurs it will be returned to the preproduction state again...After all, they couldn't even use a capital letter in "hobbiton" due to estate restrictions.

I'd love to be able to go back there again, NZ in general but Matamata and the hobbiton set was so....how do I describe it..(it was almost hallowed ground) Special.


Jun 25 2008, 3:39pm

Post #128 of 128 (7415 views)
Hi I'm new to the boards. [In reply to] Can't Post

Its nice to see that I am not the only one out in cyberspace or beyond that thinks highly of J.R.R Tolkien's work. I first read The Hobbit in 5th grade for a school project and I don't think that my mind (at that young age) wrapped around the book so well. So when I grew older I decided to revisit Bilbo and the merry band of dwarves to see if I understood a little better about Tolkien's mind set when he wrote the book. I read the entire book three times in two weeks (having no life to speak of as I am disabled in my lower back) and loved it so much! Anyway I am glad to now be apart of this wonderful group and am very excited to see what Mr.
Guillermo has in store for The Hobbit.

I watched Hellboy and loved it, you really have a gift for thinking outside the box! I hope that The Hobbit is exciting but true to the book as much as it possibly can be. I really loved Andy Sirkis as Gollum, it is exactly how my mind saw his character in the book.

Well, I guess that is it for now. To all of you that are on this message board a lot Hi and I hope to become great pals.Sly

(This post was edited by Lady_Eowyn on Jun 25 2008, 3:42pm)

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