January 6, 2014, 10:55 AM
If doing a prequel film to a wildly popular trilogy from 10 years past seems as easy as dusting off old artwork, sets and rebooting computer files, think again. “The technology has changed pretty much completely from what we did on Lord of The Rings,” said visual effects supervisor for the new Hobbit trilogy, Joe Letteri. “What we got mostly came through in the first Hobbit film – bringing Gollum and Rivendell back – we based it on those designs.”
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