A Flickr user by the name of OneLug has posted pictures of an intricate Lego model depicting the last march of the Ents.
We've been following the waiting game at Universal with The Dark Tower series, which was going to be a three part movie and TV series directed by Ron Howard.
I can remember very clearly seeing the first teaser trailer of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, a golden ring floating in the darkness, and a voice over beginning with: "one ring to rule them all..."
I once knew this really cool geek girl who adamantly refused to watch Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings.
She also repeatedly turned up her nose at Ralph Bakshi's animated version of the hallowed classic.
I'm often fascinated hearing about movies that never got made, or earlier versions of films that didn't get the green light back in the day because we didn't have the technology to do it.
I've been trying really hard not to get my hopes up about the new Song of Ice and Fire television series, "Game of Thrones," but every time I hear something about it, it sounds like they are finally doing it right, like we are finally going to get the high fantasy television series we all deserve.
No, Frodo Baggins wasn't mentioned in J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit." So why is the most peculiar Hobbit (Elijah Wood) making an appearance in the long-awaited, two-part Lord of the Rings prequel?
Acclaimed Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson has threatened to move the entire production of The Hobbit (and the Shire) from the wilds of New Zealand to eastern Europe.
How many times have you watched the Lord of the Rings (LOTR) trilogy? 15, 20, 30? Well, hang onto your golden Precious, because you may have to watch the Two Towers battle the Fellowship yet again while waiting for cash-strapped MGM to start filming The Hobbit.