Is The Hobbit 3D?

Is The Hobbit 3D?

The “Hobbit” trilogy has been captured using James Cameron’s 48-frames-per-second 3D technology (HFR 3D), which Jackson says leads to less eyestrain and a sharper picture.

Where was The Hobbit 2 filmed?

New Zealand
The Hobbit Trilogy was filmed entirely in New Zealand, throughout locations in both the North and South Islands.

Is the desolation of Smaug the second movie?

Although The Hobbit was originally made as a two-part film, on 30 July 2012, Jackson confirmed plans for a third film, turning his adaptation of The Hobbit into a trilogy. The second film was retitled The Desolation of Smaug and the third film was titled There and Back Again in August 2012.

Who wrote the desolation of Smaug?

Peter Jackson
Guillermo del ToroPhilippa BoyensFran Walsh
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug/Screenplay

Why was The Hobbit filmed in native 3D?

The film was made in native 3D, and Jackson even went on record during production saying that his decision to film at 48fps was largely motivated by the desire to make the 3D clearer, working to eliminate strobing and blur that’s caused when the cameras are moving and create a sharper, more brilliant picture.

Where was The Hobbit Desolation of Smaug filmed?

The films were shot simultaneously in 3D at a projection rate of 48 frames per second, with principal photography taking place around New Zealand and at Pinewood Studios. Additional filming took place throughout May 2013.

Is the Hobbit trilogy available on Blu ray?

The 3D is fantastic. For the complaint that it only works with a 3D TV / setup, that’s true for only the 3D discs, make sure you are using the 2D blu ray discs. If you were looking for the full package, this is it! Overall excellent product for the low price tag.

Which is the second movie in The Hobbit series?

It was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and is the second instalment in the three-part film series based on the novel The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. The film was preceded by An Unexpected Journey (2012) and followed by The Battle of the Five Armies (2014); together they operate as a prequel to Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings film trilogy .