Director Peter Jackson got most of the old gang back together when he was putting together his Lord of the Rings prequel trilogy The Hobbit—but a few former cast mates didn't make the cut. So why didn't Sean Bean (Boromir) get an invite?
Making a film series like The Hobbit is a huge commitment. If you doubt it, just ask Ian McKellen, who briefly considered not returning to his role as Gandalf before realizing the reason why he had to return.
A new poster for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has just been released and after Bilbo's (Martin Freeman) striking heroic pose with his trusty sword Sting, we're now getting a rather goofy montage of our Company of Dwarves.
A new poster for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has been released, offering up a tense new look at Bilbo (Martin Freeman) and his trademark sword.
By now you've probably seen and heard the internet sensation known as "Gangnam Style" in some form or other, even if you didn't want to. It's way bigger now than a hit song and a popular video from Korean pop star PSY. It's a full-force meme, and that means it's time for the parodies.
LEGOs have come a long way. They're not just toy blocks anymore. The company's latest venture tackles two things we love: video games and Lord of the Rings. For Gamescom 2012, they've released a new trailer that takes us on an epic yet hilarious journey.
Peter Jackson has kept much of his two-part adaptation of The Hobbit under wraps, but now we have a ton of new pics to take us back to Middle-earth—and it looks even cooler than we remember.
Some sci-fi friendships seem like they were always meant to be. Han and Chewie? Kirk and Spock? Perfect matches, right? But then there are those unexpected friendships that shouldn't have happened—but seemed oh so perfect when they did. Get up close and personal with 10 pairs of unlikely pals in the second episode of our new digital series, BlastrTV.
One of the great things about Minecraft is the sandbox-style play scheme that allows the freedom to do things like construct Lord of the Rings' Mines of Moria in extreme detail over the course of a year. That might be the most impressive Minecraft geek-out we've ever seen, but it's far from the only one.
Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings films have captured many a fan's imagination—much as J.R.R. Tolkien's original texts did before them—but one gamer enlisted an army of gaming Uruk-hai to help him build a 1:1 scale replica of the dark, monster-ridden Mines of Moria inside Minecraft.