George R.R. Martin has some choice words for Harry Potter fans and their beloved Dumbledore.
German video game developer Daedalic Entertainment has released the first info about a new video game based on Lord of the Rings revolving around Gollum.
Nicholas Hoult plays the legendary author in the J.R.R Tolkien biopic, which finally just received a release date.
Andy Serkis reprises his iconic portrayal of The Lord of the Rings character Gollum to troll the UK Prime Minister.
Topher Grace edited Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy to decompress after filming BlacKkKlansman.
Disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein allegedly once threatened to have Peter Jackson replaced by Quentin Tarantino during the making of Lord of the Rings.
Actor John Callen, who played the dwarf Oin in The Hobbit trilogy claims the atmosphere on set wasn't so pleasant.
Though Harvey Weinstein claims he never kept Peter Jackson from casting Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino, many others say otherwise.
Amazon confirms it is moving forward with their Lord of the Rings TV series, which will precede the events seen in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Lord of the Rings trilogy star Sean Astin offers his thoughts on Amazon's new TV series based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Amazon has emerged as the front runner for a Lord of the Rings TV series with Netflix and in the mix as well.
Andy Serkis reveals that he almost turned down the role of Gollum, but quickly changed his mind about Lord of the Rings.
Lord of the Rings and Hobbit star Andy Serkis resurrects his Gollum character to read Trump tweets on The Late Show.
Sir Ian McKellen will reprise his Lord of the Rings character Gandalf for a one-man play that looks back at his long career.
Dominic Monaghan shares three new photos from a Lord of the Rings cast reunion with Elijah Wood, Viggo Mortensen, Orlando Bloom and Billy Boyd.
Doctor Who and Broadchurch director James Strong has signed on for Fox Searchlight's J.R.R. Tolkien biopic Middle Earth.
Warner Bros. failed to disclose they had paid PewDiePie and others for positive reviews of Middle Earth: Shadows of Mordor.
For the first time in history, Stephen Colbert gets stumped by a Lord of the Rings question.