The RotK videogame is now available for the Apple Mac. There’s a review of the game at apple.com including screen shots, cheat codes and a trailer (QuickTime required). Sir Ian McKellen’s view is, “If you can’t be in the movie, you might as well play the game; it’s the next best thing.”.
Viggo Mortensen will be appearing on the UK TV show Richard & Judy on Thursday 1st April. According to their website at channel4.com, Viggo will be talking about, “his amazing experience playing Aragorn”. The show airs on Channel 4 at 5pm.
If you would like Peter Jackson to film The Hobbit go here to sign the online petition addressed to New Line, MGM & United Artists.
April’s edition of the Christian magazine Brio, features short interviews with some of the cast about the life lessons they found in Lord of the Rings. To read what Orlando, Viggo, Liv and Sir Ian had to say go to briomag.com.
This theme focuses on the Professor himself; it’s a homage to him, if you will. The theme is nice and light and easy to look at for those of you who are not very fond of bright or dark colors. Enjoy!
The trees link through to the encyclopedia, so you can click on any name in the tree and bring up the encyclopedia article for that person. More trees will be added soon – so keep checking back.
CBBC Newsround are running a competition with 3 signed copies of Gollum: How We Made Movie Magic by Andy Serkis, as prizes. To enter the competition click here.
The closing date is 12th April
Dr. T. A. Shippey, a leading expert on Tolkien, will be presenting, “From Page to Screen: Problems Tolkien Set for Jackson” at Hope College in Holland, MI on Thursday, April 1, at 4 p.m. The public is welcome to attend and you can read more about the presentation at hope.edu.