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The Lord Of The Rings

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Transcript of The Lord Of The Rings

Introduction Trailer Characters The End The Lord Of The Rings is a film series consisting of three epic fantasy adventure film series.

The three films are :
The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Two Towers
The Return Of The King

It was co-written and directed by Peter Jackson and based on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord Of The Rings books series.

All of the film were directed in New Zealand.

The entire project took eight years to complete. Academy Awards The Fellowship Of The Ring:
Nominations : 13, Wins : 4

The Two Towers :
Nominations : 6, Wins : 2

The Return Of The King :
Nominations : 11, Wins : 11 About the Director Peter Jackson was born on 31st October 1961. He is a New Zealand film director, producer and screenwriter who is best known for his The Lord Of The Rings film trilogy. Peter Jackson was a keen film fan. Jackson's mother, Joan, died three days before the release of the first movie in the trilogy, The Fellowship Of The Ring. There was a special showing of the film after her funeral. About the Author J.R.R. Tolkien was born on 3rd January 1892. He was an English writer, poet, philologist and university professor. He is best known as the author of The Lord Of The Rings, The Hobbit and The Silmarillion. He is also known as 'father' of the modern fantasy literature. In 2008, The Times ranked him sixth on a list of 'The 50 greatest British writer since 1945' and Forbes ranked him the 5th top-earning dead celebrity in 2009. About Box Office Key Facts The Fellowship Of The Ring Release date : 19 December 2001
Budget : $93,000,000
Worldwide Revenue : $871,530,324
Worldwide Ranking : No. 31 The Two Towers Release Date : 18 December 2002
Budget : $94,000,000
Worldwide Revenue : $926,047,111
Worldwide Ranking : No. 21 The Return Of The King Release Date : 17 December 2003
Budget : $94,000,000
Worldwide Revenue : $1,119,929,521
Worldwide Ranking : No. 6 Total Budget : $281,000,000
Total Revenue : $2,917,506,956 The Lord Of The Rings Presented by Film Series Major Conflict The major conflict is the battle for Middle-earth between its diverse inhabitants, including humans, elves, dwarves, hobbits, and wizards, and the dark forces of Sauron. Rising Action The war for Middle-earth is largely fought on traditional battlefields between two opposing armies, but the real battle is fought within the hearts of its inhabitants. Symbolizing this internal struggle is Frodo’s quest to destroy the ring of power, which can be accomplished only if he is able to withstand the great temptation the ring represents. Climax The climax of the film occurs at Mount Doom, as Frodo debates whether to let the ring fall into the fires that created it, thereby destroying it, or to keep the ring for himself. Iman Sofia Frodo Baggins (Hobbit) Played by Elijah Wood Samwise Gamgee (Hobbit) Played by Sean Astin Peregrin Took (Hobbit) Played by Billy Boyd Meriadoc Brandybuck (Hobbit) Played by Dominic Monaghan Aragorn (Men) Played by Viggo Mortensen Boromir (Men) Played by Sean Bean Gimli (Dwarf) Played by John Rhys-Davies Legolas (Elf) Played by Orlando Bloom
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