gandalf If you’re going to be at Comic-Con this year we have a couple of items you will want to add to your shopping list of exclusives. Our Comic-Con exclusive T-Shirt follows the War Effort we started last year with the our Tauriel poster.

This year Gandalf the Grey himself is asking you to join the Battle of the Five Armies! Gandalf is created by our friend and artist David Powell who as you know created Tauriel for us last year. You will be able to grab Gandalf on a T-Shirt as well as poster, and even be able to get both together for a special price. Continue reading “TheOneRing.net San Diego Comic-Con 2014 exclusive poster and t-shirt”

BFI London Film Festival Awards - Arrivals:54th BFI London Film FestivalThe cast list for the next Star Wars film has been announced, and it has been revealed that our very own Andy Serkis has landed a role in the film. He joins what looks to be an all around excellent cast (several of the names on the list have yours truly very excited).

Who he is playing has yet to be revealed (as well as whether he’ll be playing a live action role or delivering a motion capture performance).

Regardless of whatever role he may be playing, we at TheOneRing.net would like to extend our congratulations to Mr. Serkis, and we look forward to seeing him in a galaxy far, far away… Continue reading “Andy Serkis cast in ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’!”

In the age old battle of which ‘trilogy’ is better, we all know the correct answer is The Lord of the Rings. Of course, there is no comparison. Lucas destroyed his original invention with poorly executed re-editing, bad cg and….sorry, started getting off track there. (*cough* Let’s look at the Academy Award wins too folks…) But Anyway…. Ringer Elf Wannabee has posted a link to a video at Parallel Universe that attempts to solve the situation, once and for all, in a battle to the death. I won’t spoil it for you, but the video sucks. 😛 [View Video] [Discuss in our Forum] And if were not already aware, we have a whole forum devoted to these types of ‘battles.’ It’s called ‘The Arena‘ and is just waiting for you to chime in.

Akron Symphony Opens Pops Season With Music of Vampires, Wizards, and Jedi Knights, October 25. Concert to include music from Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, Twilight, and more. Akron—The Akron Symphony begins its 2009-2010 Pops season with the music of Vampires, Wizards, and Jedi Knights on Sunday, October 25 at 3:00 PM at the University of Akron’s E.J. Thomas Hall. Conducted by Akron Symphony Associate Conductor Christopher James Lees, Film Music Fantasies will present selections from the musical scores of such blockbuster film franchises as Star Wars, Harry Potter, Star Trek, The Lord of the Rings, Superman, Spider-man, The Wizard of Oz—and the latest sensation Twilight. Continue reading “Akron Symphony Does LOTR Music”