A new book featuring essays by JRR Tolkien written after The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings will be published next year.Continue reading New book to take Tolkien fans back to middle-Earth
Lots of us are staying in, or even self isolating, at the moment due to the on-going global coronavirus pandemic.
I thought I’d offer some suggestions of TV shows and films to watch during this time.
They’re mostly my favourite programmes and films that I thought might keep everyone from slowly going insane while staying at home.
Joseph Mawle, who played Benjen Stark in Game of Thrones, has joined the cast of Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series.
Almost two years after Amazon announced plans to adapt The Lord of the Rings into a TV series, they have finally confirmed the director of the first two episodes.
A new computer game focusing on Gollum is set to be released in 2021.
Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins star in a new film exploring the early life of The Lord of the Rings author JRR Tokien.
It might be almost 20 year’s since Peter Jackson first took us to Middle Earth with The Fellowship of the Ring, but it seems the entertainment world still can’t get enough of Professor Tolkien’s classic tale.
We know Amazon is busy working on a new small-screen series based on the Rings mythology, and now it’s been revealed a new online game is coming too.
I woke up this morning to an email alerting me to the fact that Warner Bros TV and Amazon are in talks to turn JRR Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings into a TV series.
My jaw hit the floor.
I’m sorry but how can anyone think a new version of LOTR less than 20 years after Peter Jackson’s epic trilogy arrived in cinemas is a good idea? Oh yeh, the money men. Fools of a Took!
A new film about Lord of the Rings author JRR Tolkien has found its director – and it’s not Peter Jackson!
A poem by JRR Tolkien which has been out of print for 70 years will be republished in November.