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Middle-earth

an old-fashioned name for “world”: scene of J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasies. [Br. Lit.: The Hobbit; The Lord of the Rings]
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Give this one a try if you're a fan of the LotR, the Hobbit or anything that has anything to do with Middle Earth, even if you don't know jack about the AAA title.
The environment surrounds us and we are in Middle Earth.
So here's a little primer on Middle Earth, which includes a look at some of actors and what they said about playing their roles.
The Third Age of Middle Earth gives way to the Dominion of Man, which will either destroy or be destroyed by its own ring of power.
The second part of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit trilogy, titled "The Desolation of Smaug", has hit theatres, taking us further on the journey to the world of Middle Earth, where Bilbo Baggins travels with Gandalf and 13 dwarves to take down the dragon Smaug.
MIDDLE EARTH A poster for forthcoming film The Hobbit appears to use Northumberland as a backdrop
A THEATRE in Wales will be transformed into Middle Earth for the stage adaptation of JRR Tolkien's best-selling fantasy novel The Hobbit.
Mike - better known as party-loving Sid (below) - stars in 1066: The War For Middle Earth, a new dramatisation by Channel 4.
The hand drawn images of Middle Earth were shown at Sarehole Mill, one of Tolkien's childhood haunts and the inspiration for his writing.
THE trilogy (also including The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers) follows a group of heroes in the mythical world Middle Earth as they struggle to defeat the evil forces of the main villain Lord Sauron.
And the longed-for destruction of the Ring of Power marks the end of Elvish civilization in Middle Earth (as Tolkien's world is called).
The first film was about the inhabitants of Middle Earth - men, dwarves and Hobbits - who set out to destroy the evil Ring coveted by the Dark Lord Sauron.