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Treat for The Hobbit fans


Check out two new TV spots for The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug.

Filmmaker Peter Jackson is hosting a special sneak preview event for The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug. 

Fans will get a sneak peek at the second film of the trilogy after the director announced a global live presentation that will be held next month.

Cinemas in London, New York, Los Angeles and Wellington in New Zealand will be satellite-linked on Nov 4 for an event including a question-and-answer session with cast members, Jackson said on his Facebook page.

The time difference means it will be Nov 5 for Kiwi fans and in Malaysia.

One of the teaser posters for The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug.

Jackson did not say who would be involved, but the official Hobbit website said cast members would include Orlando Bloom, Evangeline Lilly, Lee Pace, Luke Evans and Andy Serkis.

Additional cinemas will be set up in select locations worldwide where fans can gather to watch the event live. It will also be streamed on the Internet.

Jackson, a New Zealander, said further details on locations and timings would be released in coming days on the official Facebook and Twitter pages.

The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug is set for a Dec 13 release.

The first film in the series, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, was released in December last year with the final chapter The Hobbit: There And Back Again scheduled to come out in July next year.

According to the Hobbit website, production of the the trilogy has so far cost US$561mil. An Unexpected Journey took in just over US$1bil at the box office. 

Check out the two new TV spots for the film. — AFP Relaxnews

Emile Hirsch as John Belushi in new film


The young actor is set to play the late actor-musician in an indie biopic.

Emile Hirsch has been cast as Saturday Night Live alum John Belushi in an upcoming biopic from writer-director Steve Conrad, TheWrap has learned.

Hirsch will have to gain weight to play Belushi, who died from a tragic drug overdose at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California in 1982 at the age of 33. Michael Chiklis played Belushi in the 1989 movie Wired, which Belushi's family and friends refused to support.

Conrad's project boasts their cooperation, with Belushi's widow, Judy Belushi Pisano, producing and Belushi's Blues Brothers co-star Dan Aykroyd executive producing. Emjag's Alexandra Milchan and Bonnie Timmerman are also producing with Scott Lambert of Film 360.

Conrad is planning to start production in the spring in New York.

While Hirsch has a reputation as a gifted dramatic actor thanks to searing performances in Into The Wild, Milk, Killer Joe and Alpha Dog, his comedic chops are underrated by most. His work in The Girl Next Door, Prince Avalanace and The Dangerous Lives Of Altar Boys prove he's capable of pulling off the part of a sad clown who loved making people laugh as he struggled with his own addiction demons.

Hirsch, who next stars in Peter Berg's Lone Survivor and a Bonnie & Clyde TV movie, is repped by WME and Silver Lining Entertainment. — Reuters


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