You put one dwarf in front of the other, and soon you ll be walking to Erebor! Check out these great images of The Hobbit in Rankin Bass style.
Martin Freeman, who plays Bilbo Baggins, discusses how the themes of The Hobbit are not just about a fantasy world, but are really about us and who we are.
Google has added new content to their mashup of Google Earth and Middle Earth. You can now explore the city under the Lonely Mountain, Erabor.
With The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug hitting theaters in the U.S. this Friday, the folks at AllTime10s give us 10 things you didn t know about J.R.R. Tolkien s The Hobbit.
Master swordsmith Tony Swatton crafts Bilbo s legendary sword, Sting, from The Hobbit. With all his skills, can he make Sting glow blue when Orcs are near?
Other than the oh-man-I-really-have-to-pee-now length of the first film in Peter Jackson s The Lord of the Rings trilogy, what other sins can you find in The Fellowship of the Ring?
The Book of New Zealand is the world s largest pop-up book showcasing the wondrous landscapes of New Zealand featured in Peter Jackson s Hobbit films.
Air New Zealand has released "Just Another Day in Middle-Earth," a fantastic in-flight safety video based on the upcoming film The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug directed by Peter Jackson. This is...
Explore the world of Middle Earth with an interactive map and the ability to walk through some locations on the ground courtesy of Google and their latest Chrome Experiment.
This amazing triptych of glow-in-the-dark prints were created by artist Marko Manev and will be available for purchase at Hero Complex Gallery for $100 for the set of three.
Legolas and Tauriel are brought into the quest to retake the Lonely Mountain from Smaug in these two new trailers for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Hobbits don't need much room, although they do like a little space in their home, which is why they usually build theirs in the sides of hills. However, today's Hobbit is a busy creature. Always on the go, starring in this movie and that movie.
A flurry of posts flooded Peter Jackson's Facebook in what appeared to be an exciting countdown Friday to 'The Hobbit: There And Back Again's' last shot.