The beloved star, who appeared in 'Alien', 'Chariots of Fire' and the 'Lord of the Rings' series, had a career spanning six decades on the big screen.
Andy Serkis is taking part in the ambitious 12-hour challenge to raise money for a pair of charities during the coronavirus lockdown.
Amazon's billion-dollar budget Lord of the Rings series will return to film in Middle Earth, it's been confirmed.
The mammoth $1.5bn shoot was reportedly mulling a deal to shoot in Scotland later this year.
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The actor who played dwarf Oin in The Hobbit trilogy has opened up about his disappointing experience shooting the Lord of the Rings prequels.
It looks as though Warner Bros. and the Tolkien Estate have avoided a bloody legal battle over digital rights.
Between The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, director Peter Jackson created one of the most epic franchises in Hollywood history. In an interview with Moviefone, the director of The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies complains that huge franchises are bringing the film industry down. “I don’t really like the Hollywood blockbuster bandwagon that exists right now,” says Jackson.