‘The Hobbit’: Most Expensive Film

March 21, 2011 by Post Team 

‘The Hobbit’, Has been a long road and hard to bring Middle-earth back to New Zealand, but eventually the filming of The Hobbit is in progress.

Blockbuster Sir Peter Jackson into two parts will be shot on location in New Zealand, but began behind closed doors today in Wellington.

Far from the big screen and barely effective, but the screens out of House Wellington Street studies gave the message loud and clear – no one was doing out any elves or magicians of today.

“Strong security measures because it is a film set and you can not have people wandering on and off really,” says the publicist Ceris Price.

But it is not difficult to understand why security is so strong. The Lord of the Rings prequels are two costing about 680 million to make, perhaps a billion more time for our economy and the incentives promised by the Government and tax exemptions and 100 million.

After numerous assaults on the finances, rights, disputes actor and, more recently, the health of Sir Peter, crew and fans are eager to go

A new Facebook page today left Jackson with two hots completed scene and the promise of regular updates of production from filming in various locations around New Zealand.

The Hobbit films are believed to be the most expensive films currently being shot anywhere in the world. The first will be released late next year, the second a year after that.


Report to Team

Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.


Comments are closed.