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For Serkis, reprising his iconic 'Lord of the Rings' role in 'Hobbit' is a 'peculiar sensation,' stating, 'It took time to emotionally connect with him [Gollum].'
While details of 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' are kept under wraps, Andy Serkis spills the bean that the first teaser of the film will be released soon, saying, 'It's just around the corner.'
Additionally, 20th Century Fox is preparing to wage an Oscar campaign for Serkis' role as Caesar in 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes'.
The actor, who will reprise his 'Lord of the Rings' role as Gollum in the prequel film, explains that director Peter Jackson gives him the job because he understood Peter's vision.
The two actors have signed up to reprise their 'Lord of the Rings' roles of Gandalf and Gollum respectively.
Simon Pegg, Isla Fisher and Andy Serkis team up to support the Monday, October 25 event taking place at the Chelsea Cinema in London.
The British actor reveals that he was once throttled by a crazed female fan during a family trip to Disneyland because he turned down her request to speak in his most famous role's creepy voice.
The 'Lord of the Rings' star will play the main character, Caesar, who 'leads the simian revolt' in the 'Planet of the Apes' prequel.
James Cameron is named Best Director for his work on the movie which is crowned the Best Film, and Zoe Saldana takes home Best Actress for her portrayal as Neytiri.
Andy Serkis believes that Academy Awards' bosses should not made a category for computer-generated imagery (CGI) because 'from an acting standpoint, it's the same.'
The Kathryn Bigelow-directed movie takes home six kudos, including Best Film and Best Director, followed by 'Avatar', 'Up' and 'The Young Victoria' with two gongs each.
The James Cameron's sci-fi and the Kathryn Bigelow-directed drama are joined by Carey Mulligan's starring film 'An Education' dominating the list with eight nods each.
Andrea Arnold's 'Fish Tank' leads the nomination of the 12th British Independent Film Awards, followed by Duncan Jones' 'Moon' and Lone Scherfig's 'An Education' among others.
Director Guillermo del Toro confirms that Ian McKellen, Andy Serkis and Hugo Weaving are all set to reprise their roles in 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy.
'Inkheart' rolls down its red carpet at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 to have the screening of the action adventure movie.