The son of Lord of the Rings author JRR Tolkien denies reports that he slammed the first Lord of the Rings movie.
Christopher Tolkien doesn't own the rights to the books because his father sold them in 1969 for just £10,000.
That means he and the rest of the family didn't have any say in how the films were made.
Reports had suggested he didn't like the first of the trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring, at all, and had even rowed with his family about it.
The three films were made as one big project, costing more than £200m.
They'll be released one by one till 2003.
They're expected to be huge hits and could even rival Harry Potter's success.
But Christopher says while he might think the books aren't the right thing to be made into films, he never said he disapproved of them.
The Fellowship of the Ring goes on general release on 19 December.