History Creator / PeterJackson

24th Dec '15 8:03:27 AM TastySauce
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** To say nothing of his passion for TheLordOfTheRings books. ** He's also been a big fan of DoctorWho, and occasionally appears in fan videos by [[http://www.polygon.com/2015/11/30/9818474/peter-jackson-doctor-who-video Peter Capaldi]] and [[Recap/TheFiveishDoctorsReboot Peter Davison]].
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** To say nothing of his passion for TheLordOfTheRings ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' books. ** He's also been a big fan of DoctorWho, ''Series/DoctorWho'', and occasionally appears in fan videos by [[http://www.polygon.com/2015/11/30/9818474/peter-jackson-doctor-who-video Peter Capaldi]] and [[Recap/TheFiveishDoctorsReboot Peter Davison]].
30th Nov '15 1:36:06 PM Aomic
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** He's also been a big fan of DoctorWho, and occasionally appears in fan videos by [[http://www.polygon.com/2015/11/30/9818474/peter-jackson-doctor-who-video Peter Capaldi]] and [[TheFiveishDoctorsReboot Peter Davison]].
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** He's also been a big fan of DoctorWho, and occasionally appears in fan videos by [[http://www.polygon.com/2015/11/30/9818474/peter-jackson-doctor-who-video Peter Capaldi]] and [[TheFiveishDoctorsReboot [[Recap/TheFiveishDoctorsReboot Peter Davison]].
30th Nov '15 1:34:14 PM Aomic
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** To say nothing of his passion for TheLordOfTheRings books
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** To say nothing of his passion for TheLordOfTheRings booksbooks. ** He's also been a big fan of DoctorWho, and occasionally appears in fan videos by [[http://www.polygon.com/2015/11/30/9818474/peter-jackson-doctor-who-video Peter Capaldi]] and [[TheFiveishDoctorsReboot Peter Davison]].
1st Aug '15 5:34:57 AM DeepRed
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies[[note]]a "splatter comedy" is pretty much a slapstick comedy meets a gross-out dark comedy[[/note]]. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/{{King Kong|1933}}''.
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his [[BloodyHilarious splatter comedies[[note]]a comedies]][[note]]a "splatter comedy" is pretty much a slapstick comedy meets a gross-out dark comedy[[/note]]. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/{{King Kong|1933}}''.
1st Aug '15 5:34:00 AM DeepRed
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* {{Gorn}}: ''Bad Taste'' and ''Braindead'' are practically dripping with blood and guts.
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* {{Gorn}}: ''Bad Taste'' and ''Braindead'' are practically dripping with blood and guts.guts, often in a [[BloodyHilarious comical manner]].
6th Jul '15 11:39:42 AM Wartzanall
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/{{King Kong|1933}}''.
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies.comedies[[note]]a "splatter comedy" is pretty much a slapstick comedy meets a gross-out dark comedy[[/note]]. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/{{King Kong|1933}}''.
4th May '15 12:04:10 PM ryanasaurus0077
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/KingKong1933''.
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/KingKong1933''. ''Film/{{King Kong|1933}}''.
4th May '15 7:21:46 AM system
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4th May '15 7:07:50 AM RSHBSDGHEDFSTY
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/KingKong1933''.
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/KingKong1933''. ''Film/{{King Kong|1933}}''.
3rd May '15 4:40:25 PM Morgenthaler
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he finally fulfilled his dream to remake the 1933 classic ''Film/KingKong''.
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Prior to his work on the trilogy, he already had a cult following for his splatter comedies. In 1994, he received his first Oscar nomination for screenwriting for ''Film/HeavenlyCreatures'', based on the 1954 Parker-Hulme murder, committed by two teenage girls in Christchurch, New Zealand. His first big budget movie was ''Film/TheFrighteners'', starring Creator/MichaelJFox. Unfortunately, the movie wasn't commercially successful. In 2005, he [[Film/KingKong2005 finally fulfilled his dream to remake remake]] the 1933 classic ''Film/KingKong''. ''Film/KingKong1933''.

* ''Film/KingKong'' (2005)
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* ''Film/KingKong'' ''Film/{{King Kong|2005}}'' (2005)
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