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teamhandh
December 13 2013

Friday Beefcake: The Hobbit Hotties

It might be Friday the 13th, but something is coming out today that will hopefully counterbalance any potential bad luck—The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug! We know not everyone reads across...
VictoriaJanssen
October 25 2012

No Hair, No Fangs: The Next Wave in Paranormal Romance

Have you had enough of alpha shapeshifters and their bad habit of marking their territory all over your house? Have you had enough of immortal vampires snacking on you? Have you had enough of fallen...
RachelHyland
March 28 2012

The Romance of J.R.R. Tolkien: Love in the Time of Hobbits!

I love The Hobbit. I love everything about it. I love the rambunctious beginning, in which our reluctant titular hero, Bilbo Baggins, is inveigled into joining a bunch of irascible dwarves and their...
cmorgan
February 22 2012

J.R.R. Tolkien and the First Paranormal Romance: The Women of Middle-Earth

OK. Broad, sweeping generalizations and grandiose titling aside, I have this idea. It may sound crazy, but stick with me. To this day, I recall precisely where in my elementary school library Tolkien’s...
MFrampton
January 13 2012

Richard Armitage in The Hobbit

Tell us something we didn’t already know! MTV has named actor Richard Armitage as “One to Watch in 2012.” He’s been someone to watch (and boy, have we been watching!) since 2004’s BBC...
MFrampton
December 21 2011

At Last, The Hobbit Trailer!

Of course our sister site Tor.com will be—and has been—all over The Hobbit, and will be the place to go when you need the most up-to-date info on the 2012 (late 2012) release. But since...
MFrampton
September 20 2011

Female-Representing or Classic-Tweaking?: The Hobbit Throws a Chick into the Mix

In adapting a book to film, why do filmmakers feel the need to add characters? Both Game of Thrones and The Hobbit—not too shabby in terms of their cast of personages in their own rights—have...