Peter Jackson says goodbye to Hollywood
Peter Jackson has decided to take a long break and disappear from the stifling world of Hollywood movies. The New Zealand filmmaker has to premiere several films pending before retiring to a more specific type of film and less expensive.
It must be that the world of The Hobbit has absorbed all the energy to Peter Jackson and has decided to retire from Hollywood studios to start a cinematographic retreat completely different that he has been making in recent years, returning to his roots and be able to make movies very similar to those of his first big hit "Heavenly Creatures" (1994), and with which he was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay in 1994, won the Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival that year, the award Best Director at the Toronto Film Festival and 10 awards by the New Zealand Film Academy in 1995.
Before that get the awaited moment for Peter Jackson, he must complete the post-production and promotion of "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" and "The Hobbit: There and Back". These titles seem more a preview of the film director retirement than the continuation of the saga of The Hobbit.