In some ways, we've come on a lot since Myst. In other ways... not so much.
There are thirteen minutes of new footage in the extended cut of the first Hobbit movie, An Unexpected Journey. Here's one of them.
The US release of an extended cut of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has been officially announced with a quote from Peter Jackson.
Maybe we ought to get straight on to A Million Moms if there's going to be nudity in this film and its still only rated PG-13. Society must be on the verge of collapse.
Joe Letteri is the Senior Visual Effects Supervisor at Weta Digital. He's the man ultimately responsible for the outstanding quality of work from best digital effects powerhouse in the world today.
Moves out of the way of X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Amongst the officially released details of the upcoming Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Blu-ray was one odd and interesting twist.
I look forward to getting this home. Shame half of the frames will be missing.
There's some stuff about Dolby Atmos which you might not know just yet.
Chatting with the Tolkien buff and co-writer of The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
My first impressions of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
It's a Sherlock reunion.
Where in the world you can see nine minutes of Star Trek Into Darkness on a really, really big screen.
Lots of clips, behind the scenes footage and chat.
There's some huge action and some smaller, character stuff.
The Goblin-town stuff is my favourite. All of it.
Except for the bit that's all plate of pie.
Don't mess with the halfling.
We'll have a new trailer on Wednesday, but first - groovy new pics.
All change in Middle Earth.