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Lord of the Rings
Have you ever coined a term amongst your circle of friends and wait to see how long it takes for it to catch on? Let’s be trend-setters and throw a wink of Hobbit into modern day dialogue. There are over 20 languages in J.
This week, after twelve hours of shooting part of the Battle of the Five Armies for the third film in the Hobbit trilogy, The Hobbit: There and Back Again, Peter Jackson said goodbye to Orlando Bloom. Bloom has played Legolas, Elf and …
Hopefully you’ll forgive a shameless raid on a famous person’s Facebook feed, in order to discuss the end of an era. It seems Sir Ian McKellen has finally finished with the fake beard and funny robes required to bring his …
Before we start, no, this isn’t the ring from the Lord of the Rings movies, or The Hobbit, come to that. That’s a prop.
With Easter just a few days away (March 31), many people are sure to be hard-boiling some eggs and buying a PAAS dye kit. Rather than going with one of the predetermined themes that accompany these packs, why not venture into the world …
In his new BBC AMERICA travel-adventure series Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan, Dominic Monaghan crisscrosses the globe, bringing us closer to the creepy-crawlies that inhabit our nightmares.
It is easy to mistake The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey for a British movie. That’s because English actors play so many of the major roles in the fantasy adventure film, which opens Friday (Dec. 14).
Oh internet, will you NEVER tire of delighting the world with special treats?
So, this video is called An Unexpected Briefing, and it was made by Air New Zealand, as an alternative to the standard safety messages everyone has to sit through before takeoff. And it stars characters from the The Hobbit and the Lord …
I’m not sure how to break this to you. I have thought long and hard, considered all the possible angles to take, searched in vain for a chance to soften the blow, but in the end it seemed cleanest and fairest to just speak the …
The new trailer for Peter Jackson’s film adaptation of J.R.R.