Coming Soon reports on the details of the RotK soundtrack, including information on release dates, the actors who will sing (Billy Boyd and Viggo Mortensen) and an exclusive look at the cover.
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Please note: we are capping registration for the party at 80 attendees — we currently have space for 10 – 15 more people. If you’d like to come, now is the time to sign up!
Well, if you haven’t been able to see the Fellowship of the Ring extended edition, or want to see The Two Towers extended edition in a theatre setting, then you might just want to march on over to the official site, and buy your tickets early–just click on Legolas! Free limited edition poster if you buy your tickets there!
TTT is nominated for awards in two categories, one in Best Feature Film and the Lego/Bafta Kids Film. If you want to read more click here.
The boys of New Line Cinema’s “Lord of the Rings” trilogy are taking their tight-knit friendship and putting it to work to save a tree or two. This program will give the LOTR fans and environmentally-conscious consumers a chance to adopt a tree in a forest, which will hopefully be in New Zealand, where the movies were filmed.
The official site has an update! Go behind the scenes on the set of the trilogy’s biggest battle! Click on the picture that says “Visit Pelennor Fields”. There you will find an interview with David Wenham (Faramir) about the battle of the Pelennor Fields. There’s also a link to watch a Quicktime video of the battle, and while you’re there, view the photo gallery dedicated entirely to the Pelennor Fields.
The city council in Wellington has decided on metal barriers, which will line the parade route, and protect the LotR cast from the 80,000 or so people expected to be spectators. Read the whole story at Stuff.
Sala Baker answers some questions on how the third movie will beat the first 2, and questions on his stunts, and playing the ‘bad guy’ sauron. But he kept spirits up, answering to the sadnesses of the ending of the trilogy movies, claiming: “It’s not over. There’s the DVDs, extended DVDS, boxed sets, and all that stuff.”
See it Here!