A Fan Already Made Warners New Lord of the Rings Movie The Hunt for Gollum

The Hunt for Gollum is a 2009 fan-made movie that you may watch below. Chris Bouchard is the director of this ambitious movie. Fans praised The Hunt for Gollum when it was released, and it lasts for 39 minutes.

The feature picture, devised by producer Peter Jackson and his writing colleagues Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, will be involved every step of the way, will likely convey the same plot as the short. Director Andy Serkis will reprise his Gollum role.

The fan-made Hunt for Gollum in The Fellowship of the Ring's first act completes Jackson's 2001 film's short quest: In the short, Gandalf (Patrick O'Connor) asks Aragorn (Adrian Webster) to locate Gollum to learn more about Frodo's magic ring.

There are a number of adventures that Aragorn goes on, during which he loses Gollum, is caught in a trap, and is ambushed by orcs and Ringwraiths. In the end, the Elves of Mirkwood are successful in recapturing Gollum

During its first-quarter earnings conference call on Thursday, Warner Bros. revealed the unexpected news about Lord of the Rings: The Hunt for Gollum, adding that the film was still in the early stages of development.

Fans online are skeptical of a movie about the troubled monster Jackson and Serkis so vividly brought to life in the first trilogy. After all, the CG-enabled persona was a perfect supporting character specific, funny, and hateful.

It's unknown whether WB's idea was influenced by the fan-made movie. However, it's possible that the idea was inspired in part by the success of the computer game The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, which was launched last year.