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Karl Urban's thoughts on PJ & The Hobbit...

Grey Havens

Jan 11 2008, 1:32pm

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Karl Urban's thoughts on PJ & The Hobbit... Can't Post

TVGuide.com: What did you think about the recent news that Peter Jackson is going ahead and producing the Lord of the Rings prequel, The Hobbit?
Urban: Oh, I think that it's really fantastic that New Line and Peter were able to put aside their differences and that Peter is going to once again bring Middle Earth to the big screen.

TVGuide.com: A lot of our readers have said they can't imagine The Hobbit in anyone else's hands.
Urban: Well, he did such an overwhelmingly fantastic job with that trilogy, it's hard to conceive of anybody laying their fingerprints on it.


Well, it seems that just about everybody is behind Peter on this project.... now if only he would listen to his heart (and us!) and just direct the dang thing!

(I can't wait for Comanche Moon to see just how well Karl does... but I think I'll skip Star Trek... that's one image I don't want to be stuck with for the rest of my life... *shudder*)

(This post was edited by diedye on Jan 11 2008, 1:33pm)


Jan 11 2008, 1:51pm

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The comments are coming thick and fast ... [In reply to] Can't Post

about what LOTR actors and associates think about the recent Hobbit developments ... Its nice to see Karl's voice out there with such enthusiasm and support for Peter Jackson and Co. Good one Karl!!

,,,, but I can't wait to hear Helen Clarkes view on all this ... she'll just possibly explode with glee Laugh.

Thanks diedye for another heads-up.


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Jan 11 2008, 6:21pm

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Good to hear this from Karl! [In reply to] Can't Post

Iit is nice that he speaks out for PJ.

However, *I* am looking forward to seeing Star Trek. I am willing to give Karl a chance to play young McCoy.

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Jan 11 2008, 6:21pm

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Well said, Karl! (no text) [In reply to] Can't Post



Jan 11 2008, 11:26pm

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The great thing about these LotR alum [In reply to] Can't Post

is that there's NAR (no action required) for their praise and excitement when it comes to Jackson. Bless 'em one and all!

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Jan 12 2008, 4:20am

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Amen to that, sister [In reply to] Can't Post

It's great to see the cast so excited about this even though they know they won't be in it. They probably want to be able to crash the film sets just like we do. Of course being Middle Earth alum they'll be able to! *Hopefully they can give the new director, um, some tipsCool


Jan 12 2008, 4:47am

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I am beginning to think that Karl would make a good Beorn.\ [In reply to] Can't Post


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