Jackson went on to say that the issue of who will direct should be cleared up soon enough, thereby allowing him a chance to map out a five-year plan, one would that also include the second "Tintin" film and possibly a WW I epic.
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It turns out that Jackson's been toying with an idea for a film about the Anzacs -- the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps -- who fought at the WW I battle chronicled in Mel Gibson's "Gallipoli."
"I choke back the tears every time I watch it," said Jackson.