A cursory analysis will net you a proof positive that the Tolkien Estate is not a big fan of people adapting and otherwise looking to use J.R.R.'s works as a tool to make money. But never before has Tolkien's son, Christopher, made a formal comment on Peter Jackson's movies. Until now, that is.
We freely admit that as sci-fi geeks, we get a little obsessive about details, and we can get a little miffed when people seem oblivious to something we think is vital knowledge. But we also have to admit that sometimes, there's nothing funnier than a pissed-off nerd, and the Internet totally agrees with us there.
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With Christmas only a week away, you're running out of time to buy those perfect gifts for your friends who are fans of sci-fi, fantasy and horror. But you're in luck—'cause we've got 382 awesome ideas for you right here.
The best thing about Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy may have been the opportunity to see Andy Serkis take the weird-but-benign Smeagol and turn him into the desperate and terrifying Gollum. But Frodo very nearly met the same fate.
'Tis the season to be giving and receiving presents. But how do you shop for the geeky man in your life? With as much fun as you have with him in everyday life. Here's a list of creative, fun, interesting gifts that he'll be sure to enjoy.
Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings has been called a lot of great things over the years. But behind all those accolades, it's easy to forget that it can be a little pretentious at times—and a little melodramatic at others. Luckily, the guys at Honest Trailers are here to break it all down.
We hope you've been saving your pennies for a special occasion, because one has just arrived. Some of the coolest props from the biggest sci-fi franchises are about to go on auction and we've selected the cream of the crop to whet your nerdy appetites.
We knew director Peter Jackson wanted to get his Lord of the Rings band back together for The Hobbit, but one original star was shocked to learn she actually made it into the prequel series.