14 July 2024

Saorise Ronan For The Hobbit? Filming Delayed Slighty Again!

There is reports coming out that Saorise Ronan will be working again with Peter Jackson on The Hobbit.

Nothing is yet 100% confirmed but in a recent interview with IFTN (via ComingSoon) the movies casting director Rus Hubbard does say that the young Irish actress has been or is about to be casted for the LOTR blockbuster sequel.

“[W]orking with Peter Jackson is like working with a family. So they’ll have a great time. Saoirse’s family will go too. Everyone is very close and very loving on those sorts of jobs. It’s not like typical studio movies at all.”

It seems that the movie does have a big presence of Irish actors but if Ronan is one of them nothing is concrete especially a few days ago the actress herself she has been offered no part. Like The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy its expected the filming to be very long with a casting to also be extensive its no surprise many of the contracts have actually been signed yet. The Playlist the source of this post also mention if the rumours are true Ronan will be offered the part of Itaril a silvian Wood elf.

As more and more gossip, news comes in for The Hobbit project theres seems to be a bit of bad luck following this movie from the early days of Guillermo Del Toro directing, financial problems with the studio, filming delayed, it seems the voodoo has struck again. Director Peter Jackson yesterday was rushed into hospital after a scare which ended up been a perforated ulcer. Thankfully  he went into surgery and is now expected to makea fully recovery.

Dont worry the delay is only expected to be a matter of a few  weeks rather than months and so the antcipated December 19th 2012 release date is expected to be honored. Everyone at The Peoples Movies wishes Peter Jackson a speedy recovery and the best of Scottish luck on getting the Hobbit to the big screen.

source ThePlaylist / Collider

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