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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Insider Teases Imminent News

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum will reportedly be getting some new details and possibly a trailer very soon. Gollum is one of the most famous characters from the Lord of the Rings series, partially thanks to the performance of Andy Serkis in the films, but he's not necessarily the character people would jump to for his own video game. He's a little slimy, creepy hobbit who is more mischievous than he is dangerous, at least in the way one might expect for a video game protagonist. With that said, developer Daedalic came up with an idea to give the character life within the gaming medium.
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George RR Martin on Rings of Power rivalry: ‘If they win six Emmys, I hope we win seven’

George RR Martin has commented on the supposed rivalry between his own Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon and forthcoming JRR Tolkien-inspired show The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, saying: “If they win six Emmys, and I hope they do, I hope we win seven.”Martin was speaking exclusively to The Independent at the inaugural Santa Fe Literary Festival, which is taking place this weekend in the New Mexico capital, ahead of his talk at the festival on Sunday morning (22 May).House of the Dragon is based on Martin’s 2018 novel Fire &...
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How 'Sátántangó' Uses Its Length and Pace to Express Futility

After rising from a drunken fall, having finished the last of his fruit brandy, a doctor (Peter Berling) dresses up appropriately for the dreary, rainy weather and departs to make his way across a muddied road in the Hungarian countryside. He stumbles about slowly, almost glacially, stopping for moments as the rain patters upon his head. A single tracking shot follows the doctor on his long walk — it’s three full minutes, and in Sátántangó, Béla Tarr’s seven-plus hour epic, it’s a noticeably short shot by comparison to the others. That said, Sátántangó is a film requiring tremendous patience, with its gargantuan length far surpassing other lengthy films like Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Happy Hour and Ingmar Bergman’s Fanny and Alexander. It’s a single movie only slightly shorter than the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy, only in Sátántangó, the film’s staggering length isn’t used to portray a sprawling, epic tale like Peter Jackson’s lauded films. Instead, Béla Tarr combines his film’s seven-and-a-half-hour runtime with an almost stagnant pace to express the futility and despair of his characters.
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Good news Hobbitses, Lord of the Rings: Gollum is still on track for Fall 2022

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is still on track to release this Fall, Daedalic Entertainment has confirmed. To be clear, this is the same release window we learned about in a trailer released almost a year go, but it's only natural these days to regard video game release dates with some degree of skepticism, especially when it's been a while since the last update. But thankfully, in the case of The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, we can still expect with a reasonable amount of confidence that it'll launch Fall 2022 as previously planned. "Our current target to release the game is Fall 2022," Daedalic revealed in a new Steam Q&A page for the game.
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