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Part-time hobbit, full-time Tolkien fanatic, James became a fan after the release of the Lord of the Rings film trilogy and within years he had devoured all things Tolkien and embraced his hobbit life. While not fond of adventures, he is enjoying his Unexpected Journey as a father, freelance table-top role-playing game author and Legendarium Media contributor.

Fox releases "Gotham" Extended Trailer

It’s been mentioned for over a year. Teased. Hinted. Talked about. Well, it’s finally going to be a reality. Today Fox released the official extended trailer for their new urban crime television series, Gotham. Set in the city famous for being the home of the Caped Crusader, judging from the trailer the series will focus on the life of young ...

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The One Ring RPG Reveals Rivendell Supplement

Cubicle 7 Entertainment & Sophisticated Games have spent the past few years releasing the third incarnation of the officially licensed role-playing game set in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth. Today they revealed new information, and the cover art for their long anticipated Rivendell setting supplement. With Jon Hodgson continuing to produce fantastic, evocative art (as seen by this cover image) and industry ...

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Goonies Sequel on the Horizon?

According to TMZ, Richard Donner, director of the 1985 classic adventure flick The Goonies wants to go forward with a sequel some 28 years later! Fans have been gunning for another installment of the adventures of Mikey, Brand, Data, Chunk, Sloth, Andy, Steph and Mouth for almost 30 years and rumors have been floating around for almost as long. But Donner ...

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Editorial: Keeping Up With the Avengers

Let’s go back to a simpler time. Won’t you join me? The year is 1999 and the new millenium is upon us. The Digital Era is in its infancy and in spite of many flawed attempts (Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace I’m looking at you!), we’ve seen hints of what modern technology can do in cinema. Jurassic Park, The ...

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BBC America announces Dumas-based TV Series

According to the BBC America website next year they will be unveiling their newest series based on a beloved series of historic novels: The Musketeers. With the success of Sherlock and Downton Abbey, this seems like only a natural move for the BBC and hopefully viewers can look forward to episodes of swashbuckling high adventure. The lead character of D’Artagnan will be played by Luke ...

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Hobbit Tales is Coming Soon from Cubicle 7 Entertainment

Cubicle 7 Entertainment & Sophisticated Games’ officially liscensed Middle-earth table-top role-playing game The One Ring: Adventures Over the Edge of the Wild has been recieved with both critical and commerical success. It won Lucca Games and Comics Fair 2012 – Best in Show, Golden Geek 2012 – Best Art and Presentation, Silver – Best Production Values ENnie Awards 2012, Gold – Best Art, Origins ...

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Telltale Games Announces New Game of Thrones Video Game

Telltale Games, creators of the the episodic Back to the Future and The Walking Dead video games has released the announcement trailer for their latest game in that format. Back to the Future featured voice acting from original cast members Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd as Marty McFly & Doc Brown, while The Walking Dead featured Steven Yeun as ...

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LOTRProject to Launch New Web App on Dec. 4th

The Lord of the Rings Family Tree Project, or sometimes known as LOTRProject, is a non-profit website dedicated to chronicling and detailing the extensive geneological information featured in the world of Middle-earth.  It has been discussed in Wired, Time Magazine, The Guardian and the Huffington Post. Founded in January 2012 by Chemical Engineering student and Lord of the Rings fan ...

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Digging Deep: Martin Freeman on Acting with Smaug

Reporter Kate Rogers sat down with the Expert Treasure Hunter Bilbo Baggins himself, Martin Freeman, to talk about what it’s like to imagine you’re in the room with creature as glorious as Smaug the Magnificent. According to Freeman it requires an actor to dig deep to conjure up images of a creature so grand and terrifying.  Freeman talks about the ...

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