As we all know, geek icon Peter Jackson is currently shooting The Hobbit, which will be divided in two parts, with the first episode being released this December.
When Peter Jackson finally released The Hobbit’s long-awaited trailer, most of us were certain all relevant casting positions had been filled.
LEGO recently released a number of new images for its upcoming line of Lord of the Rings toys. First, an image of the entire fellowship of the ring mini-figure set.
"Gollum's never really gone too far away from me because he's indelibly printed into my DNA. What was weird is going back and playing a character..."
On the weekend of January 20th, the big story in Hollywood is always the Sundance Film Festival, where producers, agents and studios race to pick up the next hot movie sensation before anyone else.
Steven Spielberg has been quite busy lately and one really can't help but wonder how he finds the time for all of his projects.
We’ve already heard that Peter Jackson plans on making a solid connection between his Hobbit movies and the Lord of the Rings films, but he wasn’t letting on just how.
When Christopher Lee first appeared in The Horror of Dracula, he definitely made a strong impression.
Peter Jackson has acknowledged that his upcoming Hobbit movies will have a vastly different mood than previous films set in Middle Earth.
Peter Jackson has posted a production video blog about the upcoming Hobbit films: An Unexpected Journey and There and Back Again.
2012 is going to be a huge year for geek movies, especially with The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, John Carter of Mars, new Quentin Tarantino and more.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first full-length trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which tells the story of how Bilbo Baggins came to possess the One Ring.
Warner Bros. and The LEGO Group have teamed up to design Lord of the Rings LEGO sets that will hit store shelves in 2012.
Right about the beginning or middle of November you usually see a lot of news about the upcoming winter movie schedule. This year, there are a lot promising movies for genre fans and lovers of film alike.
As every self-respecting geek knows, there's a lot going on in Middle Earth right now. Yes, Peter Jackson is busy filming The Hobbit and issuing regular updates via his production diaries.
Evangeline Lilly will be playing Tauriel - a Silvan Elf of Mirkwood - in Peter Jackson's upcoming adaption of JRR Tolkien's The Hobbit.
Steven Spielberg made his Comic-Con debut today when he arrived at the uber-geek fest in San Diego to promote his upcoming animated Tintin film and accept the coveted Inkpot Award.
Last week, we got a new dwarf photo every few days from the upcoming Hobbit dilogy. The final one - depicting the leader of the other dozen dwarves - showed up a day or two ago.
About a week ago, we showed you a first look at a few of the dwarves from the upcomming film adaptation of The Hobbit. Since then four more groups of dwarves have been revealed - totaling twelve dwarves.
First, John Callen and Peter Hamblin as Oin and Gloin:
The Hobbit Facebook page just posted a rendering of three Dwarven characters from the upcoming dilogy.