The most expected movie : Lord of the Rings

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In 1997, The Lord of the Rings trilogy was voted Book of the Century. Now the world is about to experience this groundbreaking tale of good and evil brought to life. This long-awaited screen presentation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings trilogy will be shot exclusively in New Zealand over a period of 18 months, with post-production adding yet another year and a half. At three years in the making, this will be the largest
production ever to be mounted in the Southern Hemisphere. Written by Oscar-nominated screenwriters Peter Jackson & Fran Walsh, with Philippa Boyens and Stephen Sinclair,
this technically challenging production will assemble an international cast, utilize over 20,000 days of extras, employ a full crew of over 300 (including award-winning, high-profile technicians from both within and outside of New Zealand), and will feature 1,200 state-of-the-art computer generated effects shots. Peter Jackson's Wellington-based production company, Wingnut Films Limited, together with the special effects company WETA Limited, have been involved in developing and designing this realization of the Tolkien
classic for more than two years. During this time a stunning array of miniatures, creatures, prosthetic effects and armor have been created to bring the grandeur and spectacle of Tolkien's richly evocative Middle-earth to life on the screen.
The movie has a planned release for 14 December 2001 and has been voted the most expected movie.

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The most expected movie : Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings is my favorite adventure book of all time...like everyone else said, I just don't think they'll be able to do it justice, and from then on, i'll have a messed up image when i'm reading it. I would have to say that they should make it at least six or more "bravehart" long movies to even get into detail.What's so great about Token's book is that each person can develope the story to there most intese desires and imaginations, but it would be hard to fullfill everyone's imagionations in a movie.Hey Bilbo, I think the reason that the last star wars episode failed, was that it didn't present us with new filming teckneics. The first three were amasing PARTLY because they brought into movies things that were never-before possable just like what the matrix did. If star wars is going to keep up, it will need to produce movie making.

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