Amazon's The Lord of the Rings
Read about Amazon's upcoming tv series set in the Second Age of Middle-earth.
Rise to War
Warner Brothers' upcoming open world game.
Galadriel returns in Amazon's The Lord of the Rings, played by actress Morfydd Clark.
The first instalment in the saga was Peter Jackson's adaption of the first book in the Lord of the Rings called The Fellowship of the Ring.
After a success with the first instalment, Peter Jackson continued on with the sequel based on the second part of The Lord of the Rings called The Two Towers and the middle part in the story of the One Ring. The film was released in the year 2002.
The final chapter in the story of Frodo Baggins and the ring adapts the final part in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. The film was released in the year 2003.
Peter Jackson returned to the world of Middle-earth with the story of Tolkien's other well known novel The Hobbit. He split the plot into three parts and the first film was released in 2012.
The second part of The Hobbit directed by Peter Jackson was relased in 2013.
Peter Jackson's Middle-earth saga comes to an epic close with the release of The Battle of the Five Armies in 2014.
These games were released by the companies who had the rights to make movies based on Peter Jackson's films but canonicity of their plotlines and characters is B-level meaning if contradicted by movies or sources than it is overruled. If there is any question as to whether the games are canon, think of it like this. Middle-earth: Shadow of War clearly establishes the movies as canon to those games and they draw heavy inspiration for design from the New Line films. If you still consider them non-canon there is a wiki for you: Middle-earth Film Saga Wiki. This wiki is the world of Shadow of War which includes the movies.
Non-CanonCharacters, troops and locations in these games are canon but none of the events that take place in campaigns or other gameplay are considered part of continuity.
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These websites are official sources that can be used for information on the wiki.
Deleted Scenes/Unused Footage
- Lord of the Rings Trilogy
- All Battle of Dagorlad scenes including death of Gil-galad
- Gandalf arrives at the Shire
- Legolas and Arwen in Rivendell
- More Saruman and Grima
- Elrond and Arwen in Lothlorien (Assumed to be earlier)
- Goblins chasing the Fellowship in Lorien
- Elven girls in Lorien
- Éowyn fighting Uruks in the Glittering caves
- Wounded Merry
- Gimli in the Glittering Caves and Legolas in Ithilien
- Wedding of Éowyn and Faramir (Not in Youtube video)
- Aragorn healing Faramir (Not in Youtube video)
- Not canon
- Arwen at Helm's Deep
- Frodo becoming Gollum
- Aragorn vs Sauron
- Scouring of the Shire
- Hobbit Trilogy
- Extended Goblin chase scenes
- Extended Tauriel in barrel scenes
- Deleted cameo (Peter Jackson)
- Alfrid and the Master
- Alfrid's humiliation
- Bofur's insensibility
- Capture of the Dwarves (Mirkwood)
- Dwarves in Jails
- Extended spider battles
- Extended barrel escape
- Extended arkenstone search scenes
- Walking through Dale
- Gandalf and the Palantir
- Trailer scene of Legolas and Tauriel looking on to the people of Lake-town
- Trailer scene of Azog looking over his army from above
- Extended Orc army approach scenes
- Extended Master's gold scene
- Extended Smaug Lake-town attack scene
- Extended Bard rooftop scenes
- Tauriel shooting in Lake-town scene
- Gandalf and Radagast meet with Beorn scene
- "Alfrid vs Bilbo"
- Extended battle in Dale scenes
- Gandalf's speech in Dale
- Bilbo plants the Acorn in Dale
- Thranduil's Gems
- Thranduil and Gandalf
- Extended Beorn action
- Extended Thranduil action
- Dwalin tries to get to Thorin on Ravenhill
- Gandalf's speech during the funeral
- Not Canon
- Azog in Mirkwood
- Thranduil and Legolas
- Extended Dwarves in Erebor
Behind the Scenes documentaries
- The Fellowship of the Ring
- The Two Towers
- The Return of the King
- The Hobbit
- Shadow of War
- Shadow of War: Minas Ithil
Official Twitter Accounts
- The Hobbit on Twitter
- Weta Digital on Twitter
- Weta Workshop on Twitter
- The Lord of the Rings on Prime
Official Facebook Pages
- The Lord of the Rings on Prime
- The Hobbit on Facebook
- The Lord of the Rings Trilogy on Facebook
- Shadow of War on Facebook
- Weta Workshop on Facebook
- Weta Digital on Facebook