Amazon’s Lord Of The Rings show is going to cover territory that is only ever hinted at in the books, staying away from Peter Jackson’s movies entirely, but that doesn’t mean Jeff Bezos is going to waste
Hobbits of the Shire aren’t well-known for living in above-ground dwellings. It is, after all, dangerous for a hobbit like Frodo Baggins to go outside his door. There’s no knowing where he might get swept
WELLINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - New Zealand will be home again to hairy feet and pointed-ear Hobbits after Amazon Studios confirmed the Pacific country will be the location for its new "The Lord the
Will Poulter is going from Narnia to Middle Earth. According to Variety, the actor has been tapped for a lead role in Amazon's big-budget TV adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy novels, Lords of the
Asmodee Digital has launched The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game on the Windows PC and Mac via Steam. The first adventure card game set in the fantasy world of J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings:
Located not in Middle Earth but just a block from Sony Studios, Palm’s beloved “Hobbit Houses” were designed and built between 1946 and 1970 by Lawrence Joseph, an artist who worked for Disney and Lockheed.
Spending the night in a hobbit home isn't just a fantasy in your wildest J.R.R. Tolkien dreams—it can actually become a reality, and sooner than you think. Sure, there are fancy Airbnbs that promise an
Middle-earth is a land of magical wizards, elves and hobbits, where battles between good and evil test the best characters. It’s a world as synonymous with heroism and excitement as it is with perilous