If you ever thought you knew exactly what went into the final steps of completing a film, Peter Jackson is here to change your mind in the latest video blog for his return to Middle-earth. As we know, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is set to premiere in just a few days with a global release in the coming weeks, but Jackson and his WETA team are down to the wire to complete the mammoth blockbuster and this blog explores nearly every aspect of the process. From the animation artists to foley to DI to additional mo-cap to Howard Shore‘s sessions, it’s all unearthed here. Check out the fascinating look below via Jackson’s official Facebook page and return for the video blog capturing the premiere.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opens on December 14th.
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