He also calls Jimmy Kimmel "Jay" -- oops
Peter Jackson's sequel to "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" introduces Tauriel (Evangeline Lilly) -- a female warrior elf not in J.R.R. Tolkien's novel -- and...
Two new television promos for Peter Jackson's second film in his "Hobbit" trilogy highlight the action -- and rivalries -- Bilbo and company encounter as...
There are plenty of opportunities for Shakespearean pronouncements and derring-do
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"Lord of the Rings" star will appear on Broadway opposite Condola Rashad
The actors, who play Legolas, Thranduil and Tauriel in the sequel, respectively, can't get enough of the over-the-top trailer reaction from two obsessed fans
At 36, Bloom will be an old Romeo
Behold the first image of Orlando Bloom reprising his "Lord of the Rings" role in the third and final "Hobbit" film
With Billy Connolly joining Cate Blanchett, Elijah Wood and Orlando Bloom, director Peter Jackson says the cast of "The Hobbit" films is complete
Clive Owen and Anil Kapoor will star in the Roger Donaldson thriller
Indie film will now bear a PG-13 mark in rare successful appeal
The Milla Jovovich, Orlando Bloom movie had been set for a far-more-competitive Oct. 14 date
On his Facebook page, director Peter Jackson reveals that Bloom will reprise the character of Legolas in J.R.R. Tolkien adaptation
Director takes fans deep inside his version of Middle Earth for a glimpse of his greatly anticipated fantasy epic
Sneak shots from Peter Jackson's production might reveal Martin Freeman in character as the furry-toed Middle Earth denizen
Lawyers for playwright who wrote a similar script in the late 1990s have raised ownership concerns
Logan Lerman is in talks to join Ray Stevenson, Matthew McFadyen and Luke Evans in Paul W.S. Anderson's 3D adaptation
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Commish: “You’ve been practicing law long enough to know that the police department doesn’t decide what day it is.”
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