It's a nice distraction from that nasty battle he's having with a New Zealand union.
"The damage inflicted on our film industry by NZ Equity/MEAA is long since done."
"I did have to say no to it ... but if something could be worked out, that would be great."
As everyone knew he would.
"And never mind all the cheering at Comic-Con in July, when panelists repeated the promise that the picture would be 2-D."
Oh, of course.
Could the most troubled production in Hollywood actually get the go-ahead to shoot?
It may be time to close up shop on Middle Earth.
In light of guild's alert to actors.
More problems in Middle Earth.
Peter Jackson wants him for 'The Hobbit'
He's in Los Angeles this week meeting with potential Bilbos.
Could Gandalf the Grey drop out of the long-awaited film?
"Nothing has really changed — I’ve always said that me directing was one option."
He has selflessly barred the gates, so Brett Ratner can't enter Middle Earth.
The rumors are wrong.
Now it gets serious.
He is really, vaguely bummed.
Meeting this week to determine new director.
He'll still co-write the two films.
He's just a small man.
Would you feel at home on the Shire?