Oh Peter Jackson, how you tease. The New Zealand director has promised that he will have certainty about whether The Hobbit is going ahead "sometime soon" in an interview with New Zealand's Dominion Post. Yes, he's still optimistic that the legal knots can be combed out, saying that Warners was "making progress untangling the MGM situation", which can only be a good thing.
But that's not all he's planning: it sounds like his long hinted-at ANZAC project may be the next project on his plate. A huge fan of Gallipoli, Peter Weir's 1980s take on the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who fought in the Mediterranean in World War I, Jackson hopes to get his own take on the story of the disastrous Dardenelles campaign off the ground.
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