Tag: Lord of the Rings

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What Lord of the Rings alum Sean Astin wants to see in a TV remake

Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a beloved, multi-award winning take on J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels. It’s a classic, one that can never be remade. Except that a potential remake is currently on Amazon Studio’s negotiating table. An…

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The world of men is ending in first trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of War

Video game based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings to get a sequel.

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JRR Tolkien-annotated map of Middle Earth found in old copy of Lord of the Rings

It seems you can get to Middle-Earth from here. Newly discovered map connecting our realm to Tolkien’s up for sale

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Keep your eye out for that Lord of the Rings Easter egg in The Martian

One does not simply slip a LOTR reference into a sci-fi movie and expect us not to notice.

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Peter Jackson keeps Bilbo Baggins' house in his basement

Peter Jackson keeps Bag End in his basement.

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Video explains the Lord of the Rings' ring of power to perfection

This short video tells us more about the Ring than two trilogies.

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Trailer for videogame Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor looks as epic as the films

Videogames based on movies tend to be, um, not good. Will this be an exception?

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Image of the day: What happens if you fail Gandalf's class

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Image of the day: Latte art proves there's one coffee to rule them all

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Two Fans Take ‘A Simple Walk Into Mordor’

As Boromir (Sean Bean) erroneously mentioned in Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, “One does not simply walk into Mordor.” He was not only proven wrong by Frodo and Sam (In your face, man. In. Your. Face), but also he created an Internet meme that was riffed on this time last year by Google maps. And now others want to prove how wrong he was…by walking into Mordor.

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