In this edition of the Funko round-up we have a big wave of Voltron Pops coming, and a new wave of Lord of the Rings stuff as well!
Amazon Studios have announced JD Payne and Patrick McKay as the writers developing the "Lord of the Rings" television series.
Funko has finally revealed details on their tease of cereals from a little while ago. Welcome to your breakfast tables FunkO's!
While details are scarce, it sounds like we'll be seeing Amazon Studios' Lord of the Rings television series sometime in 2021.
A report "confirms" that Amazon Studios' Lord of the Rings television series is already ordered for up to five seasons, with a Moria-sized budget.
After the news was confirmed today that Amazon Studios is making a multi-season Lord of the Rings series, we thought this list needed to happen.
Variety just broke the exclusive news they claim to have sources on, stating things are still in the "early stages", with "no deal set yet." Long rumored to be in development (usually as an April Fool's Day story run about the Silmarillion), WB has apparently been looking for a home for a LoTR series It stands[...]
One of the things I learned very quickly in my PAX West demo of Middle-earth: Shadow of War was the value of having friends in high places. Quite literally.
The Orcs have taken over the latest trailer for Monolith Productions' Middle-earth: Shadow of War just in time for PAX West.
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and Monolith Productions released a video today showing actor Kumail Nanjiani as The Agonizer in Shadow of War.
Even though we all knew this was coming thanks to a retailer leak, Shadow of Mordor will definitely be getting a sequel called Middle-earth: Shadow of