Cameos and Special Extras. I had some spare time, so I fiddled with the trilogy, looking for all the cameos and trivias.
Legenda:LoTR: The Lord of The RingsFoTR: The Fellowship of The RingTTT: The Two TowersRoTK: The Return of The King Director, screenplay writer and producer, his cameos are in all the three movies. In FoTR, he's a soaken walkby in Bree, while the hobbits are looking for the Prancing Pony. In the original idea he should have smoke a pipe, but PJ felt ill, and opted for a carrot, instead. In TTT, he's a Rohan soldier, throwing a spear towards the orcs, who are assaulting the Fortress at Helm's Deep. In RoTK, finally, he shows up as a corsar, with other members of the crew. Producer. His cameo is in TTT, as a Rohan soldier, throwing rocks at the orcs while they're trying to smash down the Fortress' door with a battering-ram. Two conceptual designers and an Art Director for the set decoration.
Howe and Lee are two of the Kings of the Men who received one of the rings, in FoTR's Prologue. Sintel - Third Open Movie by Blender Foundation. Les Dangereux - A Ninja Love Story. Get Out: A Bizarre French Animation with a Twist. Zombies make the best drinking partners in the full Goon trailer. Watch: Simon Pegg And Nick Frost Attempt To Recreate Star Wars. Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 at 1:00pm Here’s the kind of movie promotion I can get behind: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, stars and co-writers of the sci-fi comedy Paul — opening Friday in the United States! — have teamed with CollegeHumor for this hilarious “Star of the Week” video. It’s the product, we’re told, of the duo’s quixotic attempt to create a shot-for-shot remake of the entire Star Wars saga.
The Shaun of the Dead stars predictably fail, completing just one scene of R2-D2 and C-3PO bickering on the desert planet of Tatooine. “Skywalker is this way ,” an unable-to-beep Frost insists. The Hobbit Movie – Peter Jackson Production Blog + Official Trailer. NOTCOT.ORG. Flipbook animation video "Vines" is romantic and uplifting - The Feed Blog. (CBS) - I'm going to kick things off with a flipbook animation video.
But before you start moaning and groaning, like all things here at The Feed, this video is a lot more impressive than it sounds. I'd recommend reading the intro, but the music and flipping starts at 30 seconds. So am I the only one who got a little teary-eyed watching this? Something about the music mixed with undertones of fantasy, romanticism and idealism... just a truly beautiful video to watch, in this blogger's opinion. We really hope Emma liked it, because all of us here at The Feed sure did! If you'd like to check out more work by the video's creator, streamcipher2, you can check out his YouTube page by clicking here. © 2011 CBS Interactive Inc.