Peter Jackson can finally relax after The Hobbit trilogy ends. Or can he?
His cast may call it bittersweet or a proud achievement.
But for director Peter Jackson, he said he can finally relax and take a little break.
At the press conference of The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies, the final chapter of The Hobbit trilogy, held in London on Tuesday, he finally bade farewell to a passion project 16 years in the making as his Middle-earth journey comes to an end.
But actor Ian McKellen may not be ready to let Jackson go.
Said McKellen: “The next moment, I hope, is that Peter is going to devise not more films but a situation you can all go to that is as much theatrical as cinematic — a living museum where you will actually have the experience (of Middle-earth) and be there.”
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