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‘Battlestar Galactica’ Season 4.5 Deleted Scene

The Battlestar Galactica season 4.5 DVD includes 13 hours of extra’s such as behind-the-scenes footage, featurettes, audio commentaries by producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eick, and three extended episodes that never aired on television.

Here’s one of those goodies – a deleted scene featuring Roslin, Baltar, use of the “frak” word and a glimpse of some green screen.

Watch it after the jump.

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‘Lord Of The Rings’ Prequel ‘The Hobbit’ Will Span Two Movies

Gollum

Most Lord of the Rings fans would be well aware that Peter Jackson and Guillermo Del Toro are working together to bring an adaptation of the The Hobbit (the prequel to Lord of the Rings) to the big screen.  Now, thanks to Steven Spielberg’s decision to act as guest-editor for the 20th birthday issue of Empire Magazine, they have shed some light on their plans.  Most notably that The Hobbit will comprise not one but two movies.

“We’ve decided to have The Hobbit span the two movies, including the White Council and the comings and goings of Gandalf to Dol Guldur,” says Del Toro.

“We decided it would be a mistake to try to cram everything into one movie,” adds Jackson. “The essential brief was to do The Hobbit, and it allows us to make The Hobbit in a little more style, if you like, of the [LOTR] trilogy.”

Initially it was rumored that the second film would bridge the 60-year gap between The Hobbit and the start of The Fellowship of the Ring.  This will not be the case, and leaves open the question as to whether The Hobbit will become a new trilogy with the third movie acting as the gap bridger.   This is pure speculation of course – for now.

If you want to learn more, apparently Jackson and Del Toro expand a little on their plans in the Steven Spielberg guest-edited 20th birthday issue of Empire which goes on sale Thursday 23rd April.

The Hobbit part one will be released in December 2011, with The Hobbit part two following in December 2012.

Source: Empire Magazine

2012 Release for ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2′?

Hugh Jackman is 'Wolverine'

MTV caught up with Hugh Jackman after X-Men Origins: Wolverine won the Teen Choice Award for the best action/adventure film over the weekend.

They posted a snippet of their interview a few days ago in which Jackman confirmed development on the sequel had started and that it would be based on the Japanese story featured in the 1982 Chris Claremont and Frank Miller four issue miniseries Wolverine.

They’ve now posted another snippet from the same interview in which Jackman says the sequel will be the “sexiest” yet and hints at a 2012 release date.

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