He is the Light… to the Shadow!
In Tolkien Lore, Celebrimbor forged the Rings of Power and now we look deeper into his place in the new game Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
He was the maker of all the rings… except ONE!
Legolas turned badass!
Cool App allows you to take any photo you want including one of yourself and turn it into an instant orc!
Check out this Orc Booth App!
Talion vs The Black Hand!
Informative and comical behind the scenes featurette for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor showcasing the performance capture and acting talents of Troy Baker (Talion) and Nolan North (The Black Hand)
And Troy Baker talks about reading the trilogy… sort of!
Peter Jackson talks Middle-earth fandom
New video just posted on Peter Jackson’s Hobbit Facebook Page, where he talks about what it’s like to be a fan and that he’s a fan himself! More about the Fan Fellowship Contest!
“We’re getting closer now… I look forward to seeing the winners of The Hobbit Fan Fellowship Contest in New Zealand!”
Cry You Fools!
What if Frodo, just happened to looked down and see the name Gandalf on a bottle of Coke, after stopping at the local tavern before heading off to Mordor…
Well… it could happen!
All hell is about to break loose!
Stunt Coordinator Monty Simons gives fans an inside look at choreographing fights and training walkers on the set of Season 5
“This is season is bigger than all the other seasons put together!”
The Dragon reigned supreme at the Weta Booth
Smaug the Magnificent designed by the folks at Weta Workshop was a major draw and photo-op at this years Salt Lake Comic-con
Cosplayers of all shapes and sizes wanted a picture with the dragon!
Pop! Vinyl goes to Middle-earth
Sauron and Smaug are featured in Funko’s Pop! series to celebrate the upcoming finale to Peter Jackson’s Middle-earth trilogy
Sauron is so Cute!!!!
Before the Web got hijacked by corporate coders! I remember when movie website were a thing of beauty and mystery… the days when websites were designed to be explored… now the trend is to build a simple billboard with little or nothing behind it. The Lord of the Rings.net was one of the early movie websites that was visually innovative and full to briming with content to explore.