Frodo and Sam send this theory back to the shadow realm.
Imagine seeing one of these guys at your subway stop.
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They're all organized by category: The north part of the neighborhood has the Gondorian streets, like Boromir and Aragorn
J.R.R. Tolkien and G.R.R. Martin have millions of devoted followers who swear that one of them is better than the other. I'm a fan of both of these great storytellers, but I believe that Middle-earth will be held up as an exemplar of fantasy (and literature) long after Westeros has faded away.
Someone give Peter Jackson a call. This very real, Mordor-esque volcano lies in the Kamchatka Peninsula in far-eastern Russia
The Hobbit is enjoyable on every level -- from story to cinematography to the performances -- and despite the inherent nerdiness of the franchise, even the non-geeks among us can identify with the triumphs of a small man over big foes. If you still have no desire to see it, here are 26 reasons why you should re-consider and give it a chance.
Wait--it's a three-parter, isn't it? When's the release date for Part Two? Can we buy tickets yet? Oh man, this is gonna
Blake Baer, 16, has been a LEGO enthusiast since he was four years old, but he recently set his sights on a larger, more