There will be a Lord of the Rings Fair in Copenhagen, Denmark, on November 30 and December 1, 2002. It is being billed as a “traditional trade fair with various stands (selling merchandise, toys, books, games or something else to do with Lord of the Rings) and a big show for the entertainment of the many fans (guest stars, price draws, actors in costumes, grand displays, etc”.
Well, it should be! Just look at what is going on in Atlanta at Dragon Con 2002, August 30-September 2.
The Today Show (NBC) is “Throwing a Wedding” (some of you may be following this special series feature on NBC, I am at work when it is on, ho hum)–it is now week eleven, and the honeymoon destination is now in the planning stage. One spot to vote on is New Zealand–if picked, the lucky newlyweds will travel by helicopter to film locations used in the epic movie, “The Lord of the Rings,” and they’ll enjoy a private cruise along the New Zealand coastline.
Howard Shore’s movie score has been voted as the greatest of all! U TV has the story!
Here is the trailer for the Vivendi Universal Interactive Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring game at IFilm. Warning: This trailer is scary-cool!
A lot of people have been submitting to the gallery lately – thanks so much for all the great new images! However, there’s one rule that’s been frequently neglected: some of the images that we’re getting are over 600 pixels wide. This means that the Gallery Admin *coughmecough* has to resize them so they can fit properly in the gallery. I don’t have a problem with doing this, but it is one of the rules, and breaking it is just like breaking any other. Please take your time in reading the rules (any and all) carefully before submitting anything: this saves us all a lot of time! Thank you!
used at the Prancing Pony! With clay from New Zealand, and natural pigments. Read Mirek Smisek’s interview at New Line Cinema.
We have an opening for a researcher in the Books Department. This calls for an individual to take an assigment go off and read, find the info and write a paragraph or two on the subject. You can see the “Middle-Earth” secion on the left for examples of what other researchers have already done as well as the sections that will need more input…(Read further for requirements or see the forum “Announcements” for details)