Ten years ago this week The Fellowship of the Ring was released. Peter Jackson‘s first Tolkien adaption silenced a great many naysayers who said J.R.R. Tolkien‘s novels could never be properly translated to film. It also fostered a mainstream interest in fantasy movies that continues a decade later.
The development of a film based on Tolkien’s original Middle-Earth novel, The Hobbit, was the subject of speculation as soon as Jackson started work on The Lord of the Rings. Actually making the movie was a terrifically complicated process that involved rights deals, the financial solvency of MGM, a long period of development under original director Guillermo del Toro, and the eventual return of Peter Jackson to the director’s chair.
Now the first teaser trailer — a long teaser, at that — has been released for the first of two films based on the novel. Get the first look at footage from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, after the break.
En el libro aqui no trata nada de q tenga q ver con señor de los anillos me refiero a sauron, encontrarse con el anillo fue algo normal q no iba a presentar algo mas grande.
Cuando Tolkin termino de escribir este libro, le pidieron q continuara la saga, entonces ahi fue q busco por donde sacarle mas historia y fue q dijo ´´oh el anillo´´ de ahi se tomo para hacer el señor de los anillos