Nona from The Compleat Sean Bean let us know that Sean Bean (Boromir) is back in New Zealand filming some extra scenes for LOTR!
In October of last year Decipher released their Lord of the Rings Trading Card Game. For the past 6 months or so, I have been running tournaments and organizing events for the game. The following is a quick report of the days events for the Southern California Territorial Championships.
"Still, we have never faced the Tolkien-mania we are facing today, when the glamorous movie took us back to Halflings and goblins. It's not an easy task to achieve a commercial success with a product based on a masterpiece of such magnificent depth; you would have to develop a game which will cover all the aspects of the story to the extent that would satisfy even the hard-core fans of the book..."
Those lucky dogs at Lights Out Entertainment secured a copy of the Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring DVD! Read the Review!
"In the game, you'll journey as Bilbo, across Middle-earth from Hobbiton to the Lonely Mountain and take part in the historic Battle of the Five Armies..."
Electronic Arts shows off its The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers game...
LOS ANGELES -- Soon after Kenneth Cron became head of Vivendi Universal Games Inc. last year, he was faced with a career-defining decision -- whether to spend millions to develop games based on J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy novels.
Electronic Arts announced that it will publish video games based on The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Peter Jackson's upcoming film version of J.R.R. Tolkien's novel, for the PlayStation2 and GameBoy Advance platforms.
"Further filming for the next instalment of Peter Jackson's $650 million The Lord Of The Rings trilogy is under way in Wellington..."
"Amidst all the hullabaloo of Spider-Man's litany of box office records, stalwart The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring reached a new milestone..."
Some movie fans are blasting the next "Lord of the Rings" flick, charging that it exploits the World Trade Center tragedy. The next installment in the series is called "The Two Towers," and a group calling itself Those Affected by September 11 is petitioning director Peter Jackson and studio New Line Cinema to change the name "to something less offensive."
Check out the cover art for the expansion set to Decipher's Customizable Card Game.
Realms Pre-Release...oh my gosh....