News: Films

Following the announcement in July that Finnish director Dome Karukoski will direct a biopic of J.R.R. Tolkien, there have been a flurry a news stories announcing developments in the film.

HarperCollins have announced a worldwide deal with Warner Bros. to publish The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Colouring Book this June.

This weekend The Hobbit Fan Fellowship and Warner Bros. are hosting a special screening of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – Extended Edition. The event is set to feature a few surprises, so make sure you join the live stream!

Finnish film director Dome Karukoski is due to direct the biopic Tolkien in a film that will chronicle J.R.R. Tolkien’s formative years.

Listeners of Classic FM, one of the UK’s leading independent national radio stations, have voted for music from The Lord of the Rings films for the sixth year in the row.

Groups in New Zealand have criticised the level of Government subsidy for The Hobbit film trilogy, reportedly reaching around NZ$200 million, as poor value-for-money for New Zealand.

Following the announcement in July that Finnish director Dome Karukoski will direct a biopic of J.R.R. Tolkien, there have been a flurry a news stories announcing developments in the film.

Finnish film director Dome Karukoski is due to direct the biopic Tolkien in a film that will chronicle J.R.R. Tolkien’s formative years.

HarperCollins have announced a worldwide deal with Warner Bros. to publish The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Colouring Book this June.

Listeners of Classic FM, one of the UK’s leading independent national radio stations, have voted for music from The Lord of the Rings films for the sixth year in the row.

This weekend The Hobbit Fan Fellowship and Warner Bros. are hosting a special screening of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – Extended Edition. The event is set to feature a few surprises, so make sure you join the live stream!

Groups in New Zealand have criticised the level of Government subsidy for The Hobbit film trilogy, reportedly reaching around NZ$200 million, as poor value-for-money for New Zealand.