When Halo was the hottest video game around, fans everywhere were understandably clamoring for a movie adaptation.
Peter Jackson's decision to shoot The Hobbit at 48 frames a second is drawing a lot of fire from journalists and geeks alike.
As we've previously reported, there's been quite a lot of controversy over The Hobbit being shot at 48 frames a second, which Peter Jackson feels will revolutionize movies.
New Line and Warner Bros. have posted the latest trailer for the first film in the upcoming Hobbit trilogy.
Last week there were what you'd call "rumblings" in Hollywood - this week it's officially a fact.
Yes, The Hobbit, like the Lord of the Rings trilogy, will indeed be a three part series.
Veteran genre director Peter Jackson has officially confirmed that The Hobbit is being re-cut as a trilogy rather than the originally planned dilogy.
So Peter Jackson finally wrapped up The Hobbit after a 266 day shoot, and took a triumphant victory lap at Comic-Con, where he was welcomed like the geek god he is.
Peter Jackson has posted a new Vlog dispatch from Middle Earth, featuring a few minutes of bonus Comic-Con footage.
Long-awaited footage from The Hobbit screened at Comic Con over the weekend, and reports tell us it went over very well.
Fans of Middle Earth are counting down to December 14.
Peter Jackson has adamantly denied that a third Hobbit film will be announced during Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego.
The Hobbit has arrived at Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego after a long trek from Middle Earth.
The Hobbit just finished shooting in New Zealand after 266 grueling days and Peter Jackson is no doubt frenetically hustling to get the film ready for its long-awaited December 14 release date.
It's been over ten years since the first Lord of the Rings trilogy hit theaters, and Peter Jackson is finally making his return to Middle Earth on December 14, 2012 with the first installment of The Hobbit.
When New Line Cinema decided to go ahead with the Lord of the Rings trilogy, it basically gambled the company on the franchise.
It's certainly rather difficult to believe that any new technology would actually be more controversial than the current 3D revival, which certainly has plenty of friends and foes alike.
Footage of Peter Jackson’s adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit was recently shown at 48 frames per second instead of the standard 24.
December 14, 2012 obviously can't arrive soon enough for us Lord of the Rings (LOTR) fans.
LEGO has taken the wraps off an upcoming Lord of the Rings (LOTR) video game that crosses the Tolkien-inspired movie trilogy with the toy series.
As you regular readers probably know by now, we like Guillermo del Toro a great deal, and are always curious as to what he's up to.