The Lord of the Rings paperback edition could be said to have sparked the commercial fantasy genre as we know it.
Amazon’s new Lord of the Rings TV show, The Rings of Power, takes place thousands of years before the popular movie franchise, and tells a story from deep Tolkien lore.
From Lord of the Rings to Game of Thrones, writers and linguists have invented an array of new languages.
As Marvel’s 22nd blockbuster looks set to become the most successful film of all time, is Hollywood running out of original ideas?
As Netflix plans additional choose-your-own-adventure TV movies, a game designer explains how they’re made and the long history of audience-directed fiction.
Recent accusations of racism are at odds with the values of friendship, altruism and courage exemplified in his books. Was Tolkien simply a product of his time?
Not all heirs and executors take the same view when it comes to publishing posthumous work.
The Croatian island of Vis is gearing up for a massive influx of tourists wanting to see where the Abba-inspired movie sequel was filmed.
The BBC’s adaptation flopped in 2000. But times have changed.
The brilliance of stop motion technology tends to mask the raw talent Serkis brings to his performances.
J.R.R. Tolkien wrote letters to his children from Father Christmas every year for 23 years. And they’re filled with elves, goblins and playful polar bears.
Amazon this week purchased the global rights to J.R.R. Tolkein’s The Lord of the Rings to turn it into a television series. What are the implications for Australia’s content and its global reach?
Films motivate people to travel to locations previously unknown. In the process, tourists become a lot like spiritual seekers.