Tolkien has got a role in the final Lord Of The Rings film.
But it's not LOTR author JRR Tolkien - he died in 1973. It's his great grandson - Royd Tolkien.
Royd, 34, plays a Gondorian Ranger in the third LOTR film, The Return Of The King. The 3 hour 20 minute movie hits UK cinemas on 17 December.
Royd was invited to join the cast by director Peter Jackson. He said he was "incredibly proud" his great granddad's books had been adapted for the screen.