Those of us who watched Wednesday night's Paralympics opening ceremony already know what national treasure Sir Ian McKellen
The Hobbit's director Peter Jackson got mixed reactions when he unveiled 10 minutes of exclusive footage to an audience in
The first part of Peter Jackson's adaptation of JRR Tolkien's The Hobbit - officially titled The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Peter Jackson has completed the star-studded cast of The Hobbit after signing up Billy Connolly to play a dwarf warrior. The
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey trailer debuted today, nearly 10 years to the day that the first of The Lord of the Rings
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Sir Ian McKellen is pleased his success in Hollywood came in later life, as it didn't distract him from
'Meet Bilbo!' this month's edition of Empire film magazine suggests. Given The Hobbit is still 18 months away from a release date, this seems an unnecessary sop to 'Tolkies' (fans of Tolkien) and indeed to Warner Brothers, the film's backers. But, in case you had forgotten, we are talking about a "long-awaited $500 million, two-film prequel to The Lord of the Rings, as filmed in real 3D"....and the really good news is that Martin Freeman is on board this time, joining Ian McKellen, Bernard Hill,Elijah Wood, Cate Blanchett and all the other lustrous thespians who have sold their souls to the tedious Tolkie super franchise.