Andy Serkis, who brought Gollum to life in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, will read The Hobbit from start to finish in order to collect donations to health institutions.
Andy Serkis, who became the symbol name of motion capture performances in the new Planet of the Apes series, which gave life to Gollum with the motion-capture technique in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, became the symbol name of motion capture performances, and later in the Middle World to support the health system. or is coming back.
Serkis, who appeared in the 2012 movie The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in the role of Gollum, will read The Hobbit in a live broadcast to collect donations to health institutions. The income from this publication, which is expected to last about 12 hours, will go to the National Health System (NHS), which serves a large part of the population in the UK, and Best Beginnings, which strives for women to achieve the necessary medical support during and after pregnancy.
Live Broadcast, where Andy Serkis will read The Hobbit from start to finish, will start on Friday at 12:00
Serkis asks donors to the aid campaign launched in GoFundMe to listen to The Hobbit to help these two healthcare organizations. Serkis used the following statements in his statement regarding the subject:
“In this quarantine process, many of us have difficulty in isolation. In these difficult times, I want to take you to one of the most amazing fantasy adventures ever written, a 12-hour marathon from a seat to Middle-earth to raise money for two charities that are currently doing an incredible job to help those in need. ”
Live broadcast will begin on Friday, when Serkis will read the Hobbit from start to finish. The link to the live broadcast will be shared on the Friday morning charity campaign’s GoFundMe page.