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New image with dwarves from the hobbit

Here’s yet another photo from The Hobbit movie featuring Balin (Ken Stott) and Dwalin (Graham McTavish).

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Peter Jackson talks about 48 film speed

David German from Associated Press writes about The Hobbit movie and statements about the new 48 film speed from Peter Jackson at Sundance. PARK CITY, Utah – (AP) — Peter Jackson is making his hobbits and dwarves march double-time in his “The Lord of the Rings” prequel, which he’s shooting in a faster film speed […]

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Peter Jackson talks about Del Toro’s take on “The Hobbit”

In a recent interview, Jackson tells how he’s enjoying working on The Hobbit. He also sheds light on the future of the Tintin movies. He first tells about the transition from Guillermo Del Toro directing The Hobbit films, to himself. You’ve been editing the first Hobbit film, An Unexpected Journey over the Christmas break. You […]

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JRR Tolkien’s Grandson Spills The Beans on Grandpa Tolkien

The Los Angeles Times caught up with Simon Tolkien, the grandson of The Hobbit writer JRR Tolkien, and give some firsthand insights of how some of Tolkien’s stories came about.  Simon is also a writer and has recently completed his new thriller, The Inheritance, which is a murder mystery that takes place in Oxford.  Here […]

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Middle Earth Festival – Hall Green

Has your Hobbit costume been collecting dust since its purchase during The Lord of the Rings trilogy?  Well, some people are still getting use out of theres.  Over at Sarehole Mill in Hall Green, JRR Tolkien fans gathered together to celebrate the ever growing “Middle Earth Festival”, which is  a tribute to the legendary writer […]

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The Hobbit Movie – The Legend of J.R.R Tolkien

We cannot give tribute to some of the greatest films ever made without giving tribute to where it all started.  J.R.R. Tolkien was an amazing English writer and poet who has created one of the strongest followings in literature history.  The Hobbit (1936) and The Lord of the Rings (1945) were his most famous works.  […]

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The Hobbit Book

Of course we cannot fully praise the coming forth of these movies without giving proper credit to the origins of such.  In other posts, I have discussed the tribute and life of the great JRR Tolkien and the touch he has had on fantasy throughout the world.  Although the movie will most likely depart from […]

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Tolkien Worthy Sites

Part of what makes The Tolkien community what it is, is because of the communities which can be found all over the world.  The following are sites and organizations we consider “Tolkien Worthy” and are a worthwhile cause. TORn – TheOneRing.net is one of the largest Tolkien communities on the net.  Daily worthwhile information about […]

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