USA Today has put up a very interesting article on the internet fanbase’s ability to contribute to the production of major films. “A handful of Web editors wield cachet in Hollywood with Internet sites that boast followings as rabid as those for the movies they honor — or attack. Studios that once battled to shut down fan Web sites now woo those who created them, flying them to red-carpet premieres and offering exclusive promotional material once reserved for the mainstream press.” For the full article, CLICK HERE.
In 2016, a Christmas poem by Tolkien written in 1936 was discovered at a school in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK. Read and listen to it for the first time!