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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.

The Book of New Zealand: Making Middle-earth Pop

Screen Slam has posted a four-minute video showcasing the newly unveiled Book of New Zealand. The Book of New Zealand will showcase the locations used in the shooting of both The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogies in a unique and creative fashion: a living pop-up book! Using photography shot at the locations of The Hobbit trilogy (along with new footage shot just for the ...

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The Princess Bride Coming to the Stage?

According to Variety Magazine, Disney Theaterical Productions is in talks to produce a stage verison of the iconic comedy-fantasy novel and film The Princess Bride. Both the 1973 novel and 1987 film were written by William Goldman and are beloved by millions of fans across the world. Walt Disney Chairman Alan Horn is heading the project, though few details have been released. It has not been ...

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Star Wars: Episode VII Release Date Announced!

Starwars.com has officially announced the release date for the yet untitled Star Wars: Episode VII! According to the official Star Wars website, the next installment of the Star Wars saga will arrive at a theater in your galaxy on December 18th, 2015! Little else is revealed in the article, but I think it’s safe to say that the change in writers ...

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Batman vs. Superman: Rumors of Nightwing?

Comicbookmovie.com is reporting rumors that the Caped Crusader may not be alone in the next installment of the Zack Snyder Superman series of films Batman vs. Superman. According to Comicbookmovie.com, Warner Brothers is looking for a “young John Hawkes-type” (not Hawkes himself) to play Dick Grayson. These are unconfirmed rumors, but given that Synder is going with an older, more world-weary ...

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The Star Wars: A Review of a Galaxy Even Farther Away…

In 1977 George Lucas changed everything with a boy, a girl and a galaxy. But what if that boy was named Annikin Starkiller and was was a Jedi-Bendu in training under the instruction of the war weary general Luke Skywalker of Aquilae? What if the New Empire, under the leadership of Emperor, ruled from the capital world of Alderaan and ...

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Interview with Heart of the Wild author Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan

Cubicle 7 Publishing has amazed the table-top gaming world with their high quality products, original game design, and masterful handling of licensed properties within the hobby. They presently hold the rights to produce table-top role-playing games for several well known intellectual properties, including the popular Primeval television series as well as the iconic Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space ...

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New Harry Potter Film Announced

According to Deadline.com, Warner Bros and J.K. Rowling announced today that they have begun work on a new Harry Potter film based on the short work Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The film will obviously feature several of the magicial beasts of the Potterverse and Rowling herself is going to be writing the screen play. The announcement was made by ...

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Lord of the Rings Museum to be confirmed in Wellington

Stuff.co.nz is reporting that a Lord of the Rings museum is close to being confirmed with the city of Wellington in New Zealand. Wellington City Councilor John Morrison is confirming plans for the museum in the city center. This long-planned project has been in the works since the release of Fellowship of the Ring 2001 and has received support from the Wellington ...

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Interview with Rocket Age RPG Author and Line Developer Ken Spencer

Cubicle 7 Entertainment isn’t just any table-top role-playing game company. They’ve taken beloved intellectual properties like and turned them into award-winning role-playing games. Whether exploring the dangers of Middle-earth in The One Ring: Adventures Over the Edge of the Wild or exploring both the past and the future from a TARDIS in Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space, it’s clear they ...

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Teaser Trailer for New Hobbit Animated Film

  Remember the old Rankin-Bass animated film The Hobbit? Did you enjoy the Bakshi adaptation of The Lord of the Rings? If you’re a fan of Middle-earth in all its animated splendor, keep a weathered eye on the horizon. Cosmic Creations, a company known for stunning animation, art and graphic design, has released a teaser trailer for their feature-length animated adaptation of J.R.R. ...

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