A weekend that may prove to be a calm before the storm has arrived. "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" spins its web next weekend in North America, so now it is for the current three-time champ to ride it out or lose the title, finally.
Noted Australian archeologist, Professor Mike Morwood, died at the age of 62. Celebrated for his research into Aboriginal rock art, he was famously credited with the discovery of a pre-human species on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003.
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Publisher HarperCollins, together with the Estate of Lord of the Rings author, J.R.R. Tolkien have launched a law suit against Warner Bros. for unauthorized merchandising of the Tolkien books in an online game.
"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is due to premiere in Wellington, New Zealand on November 28. However, in the meantime a scandal has arisen over the treatment of animals used in the film.
In the second season of 'Wilfred,' Elijah Wood returns as Ryan, an introvert who talks to a man in a dog suit. But 'Wilfred' is not Wood's only return to a former role -- he is once again playing Frodo in 'The Hobbit,' the prequel to 'Lord Of The Rings.'
Find out what films will be the talk of Tinseltown in 2012. From blockbusters such as The Hobbit and The Dark Knight to powerful biopics such as The Iron Lady, 2012 is shaping up to be a memorable year for film fans.
The first names in the cast of Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit' have been announced. Martin Freeman will play Bilbo Baggins, the hobbit whose adventures and discovery of the One Ring led to "The Lord of the Rings." He replaces Sir Ian Holm.
The film based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” is all set to become the most expensive film ever made. Sir Peter Jackson’s cinematic rendition, the two-part precursor to The Lord of the Rings biopic trilogy, will cost $500 million.
'Pan's Labyrinth' mastermind Guillermo del Toro was set to direct the adaptation of The Hobbit until last month when he stepped down due to unknown reasons. Now, original Lord of the Rings movie director Peter Jackson might take the helm instead.
The Lord of the Rings was probably the most successful trilogy ever made. And then legal issues popped up between director Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema. Now that those issues are settled, what is next?