Full Hobbiton media conference
Fri, 28 Oct 2011 5:15p.m.
The Hobbit director Sir Peter Jackson and Prime Minister John Key today met with media at the Hobbiton set near Matamata.
At the media conference they announced the Wellington premiere of the first Hobbit film and that the Hobbiton set would remain intact as a tourist attraction.
Last year’s controversial dispute with the actors union and the resulting law change was also discussed, as was Sir Peter’s recent bringing of West Memphis Three renowned Damian Echols to New Zealand.
Watch the full media conference.
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6/11/2011 4:01:45 p.m.
JK talks to one of our costliest beneficiary.
31/10/2011 7:54:23 a.m.
After hobbits attack on "workers rights"ill only download Jackson works for free
30/10/2011 10:22:58 a.m.
Sir Peter Jackson should be praised for his quest to attain justice for these men. Imagine losing 18 years of one's life based on such flimsy evidence. Sure seems scary to me.
29/10/2011 1:03:13 p.m.
You scratch my back , and I will scratch yours . Grubby .
29/10/2011 8:09:48 a.m.
Oh good John is getting ready for a new job with Peter, well he already has experience..in acting
28/10/2011 9:27:45 p.m.
Ty Williams wrote:
SOld our legislation, time to sell our assets!!!
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