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The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
Transcript of The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
Presentation By Siara Stacey
3rd & 4th Period
Directed by Peter Jackson
Saul Zaentz Film Co.
New Line Cinema
World wide, the first movie made $871,530,324.
Elijah Wood as Frodo Baggins
Orlando Bloom as Legolas
Sean Astin as Sam Gamgee
Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn
Ian McKellen as Gandalf
Sean Bean as Boromir
27 copies of the book were used in the process of creating the screenplay, for highlighting and note-making and page-tearing.
Andy Serkis as Sméagol/Gollum
Daniel Day-Lewis turned down the role of Aragorn.
Hobbiton was made a year before production began to make it look like it was a natural, lived-in place, complete with real vegetable patches. The greens department regulated the length of the grass by having sheep eat it.
Fellowship of the Ring
It all begins with a party for Bilbo’s eleventy-first birthday. Bilbo gives his ring to his heir, Frodo Baggins. But when the time comes to part with the ring Bilbo becomes strangely reluctant to do so. He gives up the ring only at the determined urging of his friend, Gandalf the Grey. Gandalf suspects that the ring is indeed the Ring of legend. After confirming his suspicions, he tells Frodo that the Ring must be taken away from the Shire, as Sauron’s power is growing once more.