"This month's Empire magazine is a veritable Tolkien-fest for Lord of the Rings fans, featuring interviews on set with Peter Jackson, feedback from the actors and details of the new footage from the upcoming DVD..."
"We have gotten our hands on 15 brand new screenshots of Surreal's PS2 version of Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring..."
LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring breaks into the top 9 of all time in the U.S.
"Universal Interactive will be publishing games based on all three chapters in the trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King. No doubt spurred into action by the incredible popularity of last year's movie and the upcoming sequels, Universal will try to capitalize on the current Tolkien popularity by offering games that closely adhere to the author's original vision..."
"Spurring that mainstream craze for all things Tolkien will be a flurry of upcoming games from Sierra Studios, Vivendi Universal, and Electronic Arts. While the first two publishers are currently working on PC and video game adaptations of Tolkien's books, EA is the sole possessor of the movie license. And just as director Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema brought the world of Middle-earth and all its characters to life on the silver screen, so too will EA take Jackson's creation and adapt it to a medium that even Tolkien himself couldn't have imagined..."
AllPosters.com has just announced the availability of the new poster for The Two Towers
Here are four new screenshots of Gandalf's fireworks at Bag-end (as we here in America celebrate our Independence Day with plenty of those too!).
"The Lord of the Rings stars bade farewell to New Zealand after pick-up filming with some serious partying at a Wellington bar..."
"Universal Interactive, a studio of Vivendi Universal Games, has announced that it will publish additional J.R.R. Tolkien-inspired video games..."
"As a loyal, nay, zealous fan of LOTR, I was overjoyed to see such an amazing translation to the console gaming world. By popular acclaim of the GF! staff, this game was one of the must-see titles of E3."
According to FoxNews.com, Viggo Mortensen, Elijah Wood, Liv Tyler, and Ian McKellen are among those who have been summoned to New Zealand. Director Peter Jackson is said to have gotten ideas about ways to make the second film better after audiences saw the first one.
"Peter Jackson's second installment of Lord of the Rings, called The Two Towers, isn't quite ready for public consumption..."
"Electronic Arts has released five new screenshots of the Stormfront Studios-developed PlayStation 2 game, which is based on the Lord of the Rings movies..."