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The Lord of the Rings Trilogy tells the story of Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood), a hobbit who battles against the Dark Lord Sauron to save his world, Middle-earth, from the grip of evil. In the films, Frodo and his fellowship of friends and allies embark on a desperate journey to rid Middle-earth of the source of Sauron's greatest strength, the One Ring -- a ring that has the power to enslave the inhabitants of Middle-earth. The trilogy tells tales of extraordinary adventures across the treacherous landscape of Middle-earth and reveals how the power of friendship, love and courage can hold the forces of darkness at bay. Beside Wood, the films star Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Cate Blanchett, John Rhys-Davies, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Orlando Bloom, Christopher Lee, Hugo Weaving, featuring Sean Bean, and Ian Holm, with Andy Serkis as Gollum. The films also star Marton Csokas, Craig Parker and Lawrence Makaoare.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
In this first part of the Trilogy, the young hobbit Frodo Baggins inherits a ring; but this ring is no mere trinket. It is the One Ring, an instrument of absolute power that could allow Sauron, the dark Lord of Mordor, to rule Middle-earth and enslave its peoples. Frodo, together with a Fellowship that includes his loyal hobbit friends, humans, a wizard, a dwarf and an elf, must take the One Ring across Middle-earth to Mount Doom, where it first was forged, and destroy it forever. Such a journey means venturing deep into territory manned by Sauron, where he is amassing his army of Orcs. And it is not only external evils that the Fellowship must combat, but also internal dissension and the corrupting influence of the One Ring itself. The course of future history is entwined with the fate of the Fellowship. The film won four Oscars® for Best Visual Effects, Cinematography, Makeup and Original Score.

Special Features:

Feature Disc (BD)
Trailers
o Trailer One [HD]
o Trailer Two [HD]
o Final Trailer [HD]
The Lord of the Rings: Aragorns Quest Game Trailer [HD]

Bonus Disc (SD)
Welcome to Middle-earth: Houghton Mifflin In-Store Special
Quest for the Ring: FOX TV Special
A Passage to Middle-earth: SCI-FI Channel Special
lordoftherings.net Featurettes
o Finding Hobbiton
o Hobbiton Comes Alive
o Believing the World of Bree
o Ringwraiths: The Fallen Kings
o Rivendell: The Elven Refuge
o Languages of Middle-earth
o Two Wizards
o Music of Middle-earth
o Elijah Wood
o Viggo Mortensen
o Orlando Bloom
o Cate Blanchett
o Liv Tyler
o Ian McKellen
o Weathertop: The Windy Hill
TV Spots
o MTV
o Fellowship
o Top Ten/AFI
o Phenomenon
Academy Nomination
Epic Oscar
Enya May It Be Music Video
Special Extended DVD Edition Preview
Behind the Scenes Preview of The Two Towers


The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
In their parallel journeys, the Fellowship will stand against the powerful forces spreading from the Two Towers -- Orthanc Tower in Isengard, where Saruman has bred a lethal army of 10,000 strong; and Saurons fortress at Barad-d?deep within the dark lands of Mordor. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers culminates in the astonishing battle for the refuge, Helms Deep, the Kingdom of Rohans ancient large stone fortress, besieged by Uruk-hai warriors. The film won two Oscars: Best Sound Editing and Best Visual Effects.

Special Features:

Feature Disc (BD)
Trailers
o Teaser [HD]
o Theatrical Trailer [HD]
o The Lord of the Rings: Aragorns Quest Game Trailer [HD]

Bonus Disc (SD)
On the Set The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Starz Encore Special:Return to Middle-earth: WB Special
The Long and Short of It A Short Film Directed by Sean Astin
The Making of The Long and Short of It
lordoftherings.net Featurettes
o Forces of Darkness
o Designing the Sounds of Middle-earth
o Edoras: The Rohan Capital
o Creatures of Middle-earth
o Gandalf the White
o Arms and Armor
o The Battle of Helms Deep
o Bringing Gollum to Life
TV Spots
o New Power
o Another
o Event
o Dream
o Darkness
o Return
o Strike
o Countdown
o One World Review
o The Wait is Over
o Review B/Golden Globes
o Gollum
o Supreme Review
o Review A/Globe
o Good Top 10
o Top 10 Review
Emiliana Torrini Gollums Song Music Video
Special Extended DVD Edition Preview
Behind the Scenes Preview of The Return of the King

Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
The final battle for Middle-earth begins. Frodo and Sam (Sean Astin), led by the mysterious Gollum (Andy Serkis), continue their dangerous mission toward the fires of Mount Doom in order to destroy the One Ring. Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen) struggles to fulfill his legacy as he leads his outnumbered followers against the growing power of the Dark Lord Sauron, so that the Ring-bearer may complete his quest. The film, which won Academy Awards® in all 11 categories for which it was nominated, took wins for Best Picture, Director, Editing, Art Direction, Costume Design, Visual Effects, Makeup, Adapted Screenplay, Sound Mixing, Original Song and Original Score.

Special Features:

Feature Disc (BD)
Trailers
o Trailer One [HD]
o Trailer Two [HD]
o The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Supertrailer [HD]
o Special Extended DVD Edition Preview [HD]
o The Lord of the Rings: Aragorns Quest Game Trailer [HD]

Bonus Disc (SD)
The Quest Fulfilled: A Director's Vision
A Filmmaker's Journey: Making The Return of the King
National Geographic Special - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
lordoftherings.net Featurettes
o Aragorn's Destiny
o Minas Tirith: Capital of Gondor
o The Battle of Pelennor Fields
o Samwise the Brave
o ?wyn: White Lady of Rohan
o Digital Horse Doubles
o Two Theatrical Trailers
o TV Spots
o Heart/Frodo
o Every Path
o Test
o Aragorn
o Time
o Every Step
o Sword
o Decided
o Time Review
o Decided Review
o Step Golden Globes
o Globe Nominations
o New Epic Globe
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#1
I can't wait for this blu ray coming out, I really hope they do it justice :-D
#2
munnski
I can't wait for this blu ray coming out, I really hope they do it justice :-D


me too,gutted its not the extended ones tho-methinks we are being fleeced.
#3
I take it these AREN'T the extended editions and that they will release them a year later to make as much money as they can? :roll: :-D
#4
These are the extended full directors cut versions not the theatre ones right?
#5
barky
me too,gutted its not the extended ones tho-methinks we are being fleeced.


Yeah no doubt they will bring them out next year :roll:
#6
gal2792t
These are the extended full directors cut versions not the theatre ones right?


not extended m8
#7
Theatrical Versions
#8
barky
not extended m8


philmitchell
Theatrical Versions


What a con! Just another money spinner then...
#9
Meh, bluray is out of date - if it ain't 3D it ain't worth watching ;-)
#10
TehJumpingJawa
Meh, bluray is out of date - if it ain't 3D it ain't worth watching ;-)


They still come on Blu-Ray discs...;-)
#11
When are they going to release a boxset with deleted scenes?
#12
gal2792t
What a con! Just another money spinner then...


barky
me too,gutted its not the extended ones tho-methinks we are being fleeced.


Well not really a con, with the DVD's they made it clear that there were extended versions due at a later date, I believe I read the same about the Blu Rays, so if one chooses to buy these ones, then that's a choice that person makes to be fleeced.
#13
posibly one of the most overrated trilogys ever?
#14
souljacker
posibly one of the most overrated trilogys ever?



they are good fun and beautifully filmed but I see your point-yes they are overrated and imho never worthy of an oscar for the last one but each to their own-shows what the hype machine can do tho-avatar a perfect example-take away the 3d and have you really got a golden globe winning film? Im not knocking it-it was entertaining but its all style over substance-pretty poor story,some well ropey dialogue and acting. Lotr was the avatar of its time.
#15
They have put the price up on this, it has been around £43.95 for some time. I wonder why?
#16
No excuse for this lacking the directors cuts other than double dipping!

Would be much better of waiting for the full versions.
#17
The extended cuts are supposedly not been released until the Hobbit movie is out.......could be waiting a while
#18
drewc
The extended cuts are supposedly not been released until the Hobbit movie is out.......could be waiting a while


think i will wait - i been fleeced twice - aint going to happen again. It like terminator 2 and star wars all over again.
#19
I actually prefer the theatrical version of the trilogy.
#20
Stupid price for 3 films.
#21
philmitchell
Theatrical Versions


The extended versions will probably be released in 6 to 12 months time.

barky
imho never worthy of an oscar for the last one


To be fair it was more of an oscar for the trilogy. The first one was worth an oscar just for the shear scale of the thing but then they would have had to give one for the second one too...

drewc
The extended cuts are supposedly not been released until the Hobbit movie is out.......could be waiting a while


The Hobbit may not even be released before 2012 so I think the extended versions will be out way before then.


Now even as one of LOTR big fans this is a bloody expensive box set. think it will come down in price pretty quickly. Prepare to be inundated on here with slightly cheaper prices every week!

Myself? I've got the originals and the 3 extended versions that upscale perfectly well on my system. I think I'll wait for the extended blus...
#22
souljacker
posibly one of the most overrated trilogys ever?


Possibly one of the most overrated / best trilogy's ever? Just depends on your own personal perspective. For me, this is probably my all time favourite. :-D
#23
Boycott this, they are deliberately holding back to release extended versions etc. BTW if Avatar is worth of an Oscar, these are more than worth it. Avatar was the worst film (and the most expensive) I have seen for ages. The only thing I like was the 3D stuff and those bits weren't even as good as the demonstrations at the start of the film.
#24
barky
they are good fun and beautifully filmed but I see your point-yes they are overrated and imho never worthy of an oscar for the last one but each to their own-shows what the hype machine can do tho-avatar a perfect example-take away the 3d and have you really got a golden globe winning film? Im not knocking it-it was entertaining but its all style over substance-pretty poor story,some well ropey dialogue and acting. Lotr was the avatar of its time.


that seems a bit harsh, at least LOTR was based on a popular book, Avatar story is hardly inventive.
#25
I hope this deal does better than the one I posted a while back...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/557578/lord-of-the-rings-trilogy-blu-ray-4

-173 at the last count:p
#26
Why do people keep saying that the extended editions are directors cuts as the thertricals release are the directors cut? And Jackson says that he prefers the the thertrical cuts which I agree with him.
#27
Pass. EE's only for me.
#28
dananana
Why do people keep saying that the extended editions are directors cuts as the thertricals release are the directors cut? And Jackson says that he prefers the the thertrical cuts which I agree with him.


i agree..... i think i will go theatrical versions.

is there anything in the EE's that you drastically need to know to still be able to follow the movie? I havent read the books!
#29
DomManley
i agree..... i think i will go theatrical versions.

is there anything in the EE's that you drastically need to know to still be able to follow the movie? I havent read the books!


For fans of the films and books then I'd go with the extended versions. I you just want a good trilogy which should look spectacular and are not an anorak like me then the theatrical versions are more than enough. Still the best part of 9 hours viewing there.
Actually the 2nd movie in the extended edition can drag on a bit for people who are viewing it for the first time. It can be hard enough keeping up with the story without an extra hour of footage!:thumbsup:
#30
dananana
Why do people keep saying that the extended editions are directors cuts as the thertricals release are the directors cut? And Jackson says that he prefers the the thertrical cuts which I agree with him.


i agree for the cinema experience and just for watching the movie, but the EE's fill in a few gaps that make the story more true to the books

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