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Sixth 'Hobbit' Production Diary Highlights Beautiful New Zealand Scenery and Dwarves in Barrels

It's been over two months since we've heard from Peter Jackson and Andy Serkis in the form of a behind-the-scenes production diary and with good reason. The duo have been busy wrapping up filming in various exterior locations throughout New Zealand and as a result, we get some truly breath-taking footage of the island.

As they head toward the final 100 days of filming, Jackson and crew share more on-location adventures, a look at craft services (including the fact that they've gone through, literally, a ton of oranges since production began) and dwarves floating down a river in barrels.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is only nine months away and arrives in theaters on December 14!

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