If you bought The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey got access to a special code to watch Peter Jackson’s live event online. The director and Warner Bros. released six-minutes from the event, that includes surprise questions from a Tolkien fans.
I know so very little about Tolkien as a person (save for what Wikipedia tells me), so hearing a recording of the author reciting a poem in Elvish is really kind of interesting.
If you are really being a great parent, you will impress upon your children the need to learn Elvish. Not only will they be prepared to watch The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit without subtitles, but when the Inner Earth inhabitants decide to come to the surface, your kids will be instantly employable as translators. Fortunately, you don’t have to slog through thousands of pages, you simply need to grab the Elvish ABC Animals print collection.
This is the week! The Hobbit (part 1 of 3) arrives in theaters! If you haven’t seen the latest trailers and goodies, take the jump to see Gandalf warn Saruman, Galadriel, and Elrond, about the power of the great dragon.
J.R.R. Tolkien is the beloved fantasy writer best known for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. For generations, his awe-inspiring epics have mesmerized children and adults alike, and the fascination continues with two upcoming Hobbit films. Tolkien’s World is a breathtaking illustrated book that brings to life Tolkien’s cherished mythical characters.
Warner Bros. has announced that the third film in what is quickly becoming a Peter Jackson epic trilogy now has a release date.
Peter Jackson has released another video blog from the set of Laketown.