An unidentified LOTR game based on Jackson's films will be hitting the street sometime next year.
Director of Pan's Labyrinth in talks to helm both of The Hobbit films.
"If I'm asked to go back and revisit that character and it makes sense, I would love to. I would absolutely love to."
In a recent interview posted today at PopMatters, Christopher Lee expresses interest in reprising his role as Saruman in Peter Jackson's slated Hobbit + Sequel films.
Jim posts this exciting bit of news over at MarketSaw: "Folks - the strong word from my embedded sources at Weta is that Peter Jackson will play host to key insider people for a rather large scale discussion on what 3D options to elect for "The Hobbit" Part 1 & Part 2 and the original "Lord of the Rings" trilogy. No date for the meeting is known yet, but the personel are being lined up as you read this post."
Kristin Thompson, author of "The Frodo Franchise" writes in to say: "Over on my Frodo Franchise blog, I’ve posted an epic summary of the news about the Hobbit breakthrough, along with some speculation on what’s to come."
At 9pm (local times) on January 3rd fans around the world are invited to raise a glass and toast J.R.R. Tolkien’s Birthday.
"Turbine, Inc. announced today that The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar was awarded PC MMO Game of the Year of 2007 by the editorial staff of GameSpy, the web's leading destination for online information, entertainment and communities serving the enthusiast gamer worldwide."
Spiderman director will likely step into Middle-earth and take the reins from Peter Jackson.
ACADEMY AWARD-WINNER PETER JACKSON AND NEW LINE CINEMA JOIN WITH MGM TO PRODUCE “THE HOBBIT,” EAGERLY-ANTICIPATED FANTASY ADVENTURE EPIC
The White Tree Fund, would like to announce that the inaugural edition of their journal, Silver Leaves ... from the White Tree of Hope, is now available.
Variety reports that Saul Zaentz sued New Line Thursday alleging "New Line has refused to make records available to Zaentz's auditors and allow them to conduct an audit, making it impossible to verify whether his profit participation statements are accurate."
Last week, Jim Dorey from MarketSaw posted an article stating that Peter Jackson would direct The Hobbit. He was shot down by a few sites, and being the sincere person he is, he went back to his sources in Peter Jackson's camp for clarifications. Today he confirms what we've all been waiting to hear: Peter Jackson WILL indeed direct The Hobbit... along with an LOTR-prequel, drawn from the matter of The Silmarillion and The History Of Middle-earth series. This is huge news. Read on...
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The Complete Recordings of The Return of the King is now available! With 4 CDs worth of content, there's no shortage of music--there's even music that didn't make it into the films!