We’ve all been watching despairingly as the situations in New Zealand and Japan continue to play out. And now, Mad Dwarf Workshop and Dunedain Radio have announced their involvement with charities, giving us a chance to contribute to the relief efforts in these regions.
It's sparse, but a promising start to some on-set info.
With the film set to go in front of cameras on Monday, we're all hoping we'll really start seeing some more news on the film coming down the pike on a more regular basis.
On 22 Feb 2011, the city of Christchurch, New Zealand suffered a terrible earthquake. The number of people who lost their lives is currently 102, but it is expected to go up and there may be hundreds more still in the rubble of collapsed buildings. In the aftermath, we have gathered some information and a few ways that you can help.
The cast is coming together for the filming that will commence come March 21st!
Never late, never early, a wizard arrives precisely when he means to... and Ian McKellen has finally arrived in New Zealand!
"I'm not [worried about the curse]. There are some bits of bad luck to do with it, I guess, that are almost comical, I suppose."
Are you tall and slender? Between the ages of 17 and 40? Live in New Zealand? And speak Quenya? Your dream job might just be waiting....
Maori refuse to let Jackson film on sacred mountains again.
Bilbo and the 13 dwarves involed in the film discuss their reactions to being involved in The Hobbit.
A perforated ulcer has sidelined The Hobbit's director for a few weeks.
Ian McKellen has detailed the incredibly tortured timeline of his involvement in The Hobbit, and how his misgivings about it actually being made forced him to consider not participating in it.
Add one more LOTR alum to the cast list of The Hobbit.
More than just a couple LOTR Alumni look to be returning in The Hobbit.
There's now some more certainty to Frodo Baggins playing an introductory role in The Hobbit...