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The Hobbit Countdown runs every other week and geeks out on all things related to Peter Jackson's upcoming trilogy based on The Hobbit.   Note: Larry D. Curtis spent five weeks on the set during film of The Hobbit and freely acknowledges his opinion of this film is compromised. At the first public showing of a moving picture depicting a train coming toward the viewers, people scattered in alarm trying to get out of the way... or so the story goes. Some may do the same with director Peter Jackson’s new film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, if they see it in the 48 frames-per-second format. Of the approximately 24,000 theaters that will display The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, around 1,000 will have the technology to display it as it was shot, in a high...

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