The Fellowship had finally arrived at the gates of the dreaded Moria…little did they know that a director had been lost for a film dedicated to Uncle Bilbo’s youthful adventures…not that they would have cared.

As the Gulf of Mexico fills with oil, thus creating the darkest body of water on the planet, film buffs and nerds everywhere are bemoaning the loss of director Guillermo del Toro directing The Hobbit. Personally, I am not sure if this is a good or bad thing. However, Peter Jackson could be trying to position himself to direct the two Hobbit films. After the dismal performance of The Lovely Bones, Jackson may need a lifeboat.

2 thoughts on “Moria

  1. GDT’s departure will only be a good thing if either PJ steps up as director, or a suitable replacement does and The Hobbit is released as planned. Yes, there are more important matters to be concerned about, but in this world of turmoil, people turn to entertainment to make them forget, don’t they?


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