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Nicholas Hoult, Lily Collins Chat ‘Tolkien’ and First Encountering Middle Earth

We are even more excited for Fox Searchlight’s upcoming JRR Tolkien biopic film after chatting with some of the stars during WonderCon 2019, and this new Toklien featurette only adds to the anticipation. Nicholas Hoult (who plays J. R. R. Tolkien in the film) chats with Lily Collins (who plays Tolkien’s wife and muse Edith […]

Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Teases/Confirms The Second Age Setting?

If you’ve been following along on Twitter with the map reveals from Amazon Studios’ upcoming Lord of the Rings tv series, you’ve more than likely seen the most recent update. If you haven’t, let us explain. Numenor, the little island there in the bottom corner, is like Middle Earth Atlantis. It sunk, during the end of […]

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Fox Searchlight Releases Second Trailer for ‘Tolkien’ Starring Nicholas Holt

Last month, Fox Searchlight released the first trailer for their upcoming “Lord of the Rings” author J R R Tolkien biopic, Tolkien. It stars Nicholas Hoult as the man who creates Middle Earth, and it looks pretty freaking great. Just this morning, a second trailer was released for the film: Dome Karukosk is directing the film, which will reportedly […]

FOX Searchlight Releases First Teaser Trailer for ‘Tolkien’

Fox Searchlight has released a first-look teaser trailer for their upcoming Tolkien film, starring Nicholas Hoult as “Lord of the Rings” author J. R. R. Tolkien, and Lilly Collins as Tolkien’s wife, Edith Bratt. Dome Karukosk is directing the film, which will reportedly follow J. R. R.’s time as a student obsessive about language and an outsider who searched for belonging. He found […]

‘Tolkien’ Biopic Starring Nicholas Hoult Finally Gets a Release Date

We are thrilled to report that Fox Searchlight’s JRR Tolkien biopic Tolkien finally has a release date! Starring Nicholas Hoult as Tolkien, the film will explore the formative years of the orphaned author as he finds friendship, love, and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school. This takes him into the outbreak of World War I, […]

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New Details Emerge on Amazon’s $250 Million Lord of the Rings Series Deal

By now, we all know the headline: in November 2017, Amazon Studios spent $250 million to outbid Netflix for television series rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s world-renowned Lord of the Rings fantasy series. Produced in conjunction with the Tolkien Estate and Trust, publisher HarperCollins, and New Line Cinema, the project will explore new storylines preceding The Fellowship of […]

Author STEPHEN KING at the Los Angeles premiere of The Manchurian Candidate. July 22, 2004

Stephen King Fan’s Amazing Collection Ruined in Flood

Stephen King has one of the biggest followings and fandoms in publishing history. One such fan is named Gerald Winters. Winters has spent the last twenty years collecting everything from manuscripts to first editions of the horror king’s novels. He even moved from Thailand to the Bangor, Maine with the intention to open a rare […]

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Warner Bros & Tolkien Estate Settle Lord Of The Rings Lawsuit

After five years of court battles, Warner Bros and the estate of J.R.R. Tolkien have settled an $80 million rights dispute over the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. The suit was filed by the Tolkien estate in November of 2012 against the studio and their subsidiary New Line and the rightshoulder Saul Zaentz […]

The Legion Of Doom Expands It’s Membership

This article contains spoilers for the Legends of Tomorrow episode – Fellowship of the Spear. . . . . . This is one of those good news, bad news episodes for the Legends. Good news: you get all the pieces of the spear and figure out how to destroy it. Bad news: You lose the […]

Go On – Let’s Have An Annotated Reading Of Multiversity #1

By Sage Ashford Multiversity has been on my most-anticipated list from the moment it was first announced.   As a child I was always fascinated with the idea of alternate universes–how history could have diverged and developed differently from what we’re already aware of, and the way it’s various permutations can change characters we think we […]

Why The Desolation of Smaug Is Peter Jackson’s Phantom Menace

By Emir Pasanovic I have been angry for the past week and the following extensive review of the second installation of the Hobbit trilogy reflects that anger. I won’t talk about the high frame rate but there will be LOTS OF SPOILERS for whoever has not seen the film, read the book, or been alive […]