Director, Peter Jackson has toyed with the idea of turning his two-part epic, The Hobbit into a full trilogy, even recently mentioning it to fans at the film's panel at Comic-Con. However, this idea has recently started to become more than just a tease.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, sources are telling them that Jackson does indeed want to move forward with a third Hobbit film to accompany An Unexpected Journey and There and Back Again. (Perhaps a middle volume?)
The idea may seem outrageous to those uninitiated with J.R.R. Tolkien's literary work, but in actuality, it's quite feasible.
How could it be done?