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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
Special Features:

Feature Disc (BD)
• Trailers
o Trailer One [HD]
o Trailer Two [HD]
o Final Trailer [HD]
• “The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s 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
Special Features:

Feature Disc (BD)
• Trailers
o Teaser [HD]
o Theatrical Trailer [HD]
o “The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s 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 Helm’s 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 ”Gollum’s 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
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: Aragorn’s 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 Èowyn: 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
Out of stock sadly........
#2
thesnowman86
Out of stock sadly........


Blimey that was quick. Still available to buy on back order though.
#3
£16.06 with a walkers Crisps code, or approx £14.50 if your total order equals £60 and you use Quidco60 (£6 off £60 spend) too.
#4
midlandscomics
£16.06 with a walkers Crisps code, or approx £14.50 if your total order equals £60 and you use Quidco60 (£6 off £60 spend) too.


I tried the Walkers thing, but I could only get the code to work on TheHut site - its about £10 more for the trilogy on there.
2 Likes #5
Cold they will release proper versions next year
#6
don_in_ed
Cold they will release proper versions next year


? Please explain
#7
skdotcom
midlandscomics
£16.06 with a walkers Crisps code, or approx £14.50 if your total order equals £60 and you use Quidco60 (£6 off £60 spend) too.


I tried the Walkers thing, but I could only get the code to work on TheHut site - its about £10 more for the trilogy on there.


Was your 10% code for The Hut or Zavvi though? You can redeem the points for different codes for each site.
#8
midlandscomics
skdotcom
midlandscomics
£16.06 with a walkers Crisps code, or approx £14.50 if your total order equals £60 and you use Quidco60 (£6 off £60 spend) too.


I tried the Walkers thing, but I could only get the code to work on TheHut site - its about £10 more for the trilogy on there.


Was your 10% code for The Hut or Zavvi though? You can redeem the points for different codes for each site.


Aaah, didnt notice you could choose between TheHut or Zavvi when selecting the code. I'll update the price to reflect the 10%.
#9
These are the 'theatrical versions', if you've seen and love the extended versions these are totally worthless...the extended versions are due next year, save your pennies 'til then!
#10
Agreed - Saving my pennies for next year!
#11
Still don't understand the 'extended' version business.

I think releasing the films with extra bits attached cheapens the whole thing. Film making is an art and shouldn't be meddled with after the event.

The film as it was shown in cinemas is the only version I am interested in. This applies to any film not just LOTR.
#12
The extended editions aren't coming out until The Hobbit does, so that's at least 18 months from now, probably more like 2-3 years if it doesn't get out of development hell. Pointless to wait at this price if that's your only reason.
#13
I think releasing the films with extra bits attached cheapens the whole thing. Film making is an art and shouldn't be meddled with after the event.


No no no. These are the versions with bits *missing*.
2 Likes #14
The LOTR post always end up the same way..The extended edition brigade coming in and slating the theatrical version.It's about if the deal is good or not...and it is.
#15
inipi
I think releasing the films with extra bits attached cheapens the whole thing. Film making is an art and shouldn't be meddled with after the event.


No no no. These are the versions with bits *missing*.


So this DVD is not the version shown in cinemas?
#16
Still don't understand the 'extended' version business.

I think releasing the films with extra bits attached cheapens the whole thing. Film making is an art and shouldn't be meddled with after the event.

The film as it was shown in cinemas is the only version I am interested in. This applies to any film not just LOTR.

A fine sentiment but the director and screenwriter clearly intended this extra footage to go in or they wouldn't have written/filmed them.
One should remember that these are long films and if memory serves there was quite a bit of pressure from the suits to cut footage from the cinema release so that the multiplexes could fit in two peak time showings a night and thereby maximise profit.
Sometimes the insertion of exta footage that was omitted from the cinema release slows the action and detracts from the stoey but that's not the case here. There are significant continuity issues with the theatrical releases that are resolved by the extended versions.
#17
A good price but I don't have a blue-ray thingy.

Can you let me know what happens at the end to save me buying one?
1 Like #18
i think frodo has a jalfrezi becoz he gets serious ring burn at the end!
bushmaster80
A good price but I don't have a blue-ray thingy. Can you let me know what happens at the end to save me buying one?
#19
For me, the extended versions are too long - i get bored watching a movie for that length of time.
suspended#20
Banterlicious
Still don't understand the 'extended' version business.

I think releasing the films with extra bits attached cheapens the whole thing. Film making is an art and shouldn't be meddled with after the event.


As previous members have mentioned, they aren't extra bits that have been attached. They are all intended to be in the original movie but have been cut down for whatever reason.

I've watched the extended version of all 3 LOTR and it is good, some deleted scenes adds to the story and other parts are just parts that can be taken out. Definitely worth waiting to get this on bluray.

not going to vote, getting a bit fed up of all the 10% off deals
#21
^^ Yeah but any deleted scene was obviously meant to be included in the film, otherwise it wouldn't have been shot. At some point during the process, edits are made to make the movie more coherent and to keep things moving along. The LOTR movies are long as it is - adding the extra scenes just makes the movies tedious!
#22
skdotcom
don_in_ed
Cold they will release proper versions next year


? Please explain


I think you have a vague idea what this may be about.....shhhh...don't mention the 'e' word on a LOTRs post.....it really is just a red rag to a herd of big horned male cows.
#23
BTW. I'm still waiting until these are under a tenner for the set. And if this doesn't happen until the err....well...thingys...are released all the better cos then I've got a tenner towards the movies I'd really like to see.
#24
Kirajai
Banterlicious
Still don't understand the 'extended' version business.

I think releasing the films with extra bits attached cheapens the whole thing. Film making is an art and shouldn't be meddled with after the event.


As previous members have mentioned, they aren't extra bits that have been attached. They are all intended to be in the original movie but have been cut down for whatever reason.

I've watched the extended version of all 3 LOTR and it is good, some deleted scenes adds to the story and other parts are just parts that can be taken out. Definitely worth waiting to get this on bluray.

not going to vote, getting a bit fed up of all the 10% off deals


Argh! Peter Jackson is ON FILM saying the ones in the cinema (eg theatrical versions!) are HIS directors cut.

The EE ones are the ones he released for the LOTR fans who wanted completeness and that the cinema version would not show not because the cinema ones are poor, or worthless but because they don't flow as well as the cinema versions he didn't release them like that. They filmed the extra sequences and completed them AFTER the film had been released because they wanted the LOTR fans to have that choice see the extra footage IF they wanted to.

Key point is HE says the the theatrical ones are HIS directors cut LOL all EE fans seems to forget this point X)
#25
lol .. matt ... you think he filmed ALL 3 films( back-to back mind ) with extra footage AFTER they were released in cinemas ???? so he recalled all the cast members a few years after release to do it ? i think not
#26
TALON1973
lol .. matt ... you think he filmed ALL 3 films( back-to back mind ) with extra footage AFTER they were released in cinemas ???? so he recalled all the cast members a few years after release to do it ? i think not


Yes. Watch the sodding extra's on your EE's and it explains it LOL.

Hell check it out on Wiki for all I care...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lord_of_the_Rings_film_trilogy

Edited By: Matt.Wild on Oct 11, 2010 00:09: to explain
#27
How do you get the 10% code theres no option on the site to get it>?
1 Like #28

Baldieman64

A fine sentiment but the director and screenwriter clearly intended this extra footage to go in or they wouldn't have written/filmed them.

That was the original theory with these so-called 'Director's Cuts' but let's be honest, they've really just become another way of squeezing more cash from the punter.
I have read on several occasions the Director (Ridley Scott in relation to 'Gladiator' is a prime example) saying the theatrical version is the 'Director's cut' and that adding back in deleted scenes is to simply ignore why they were deleted in the first place.

In the example of LoTR Matt.Wild is 100% correct.
PJ knew his market & knew what the 'regular' market would take.
It is most unlikely 'most' people sit through 3hrs 30mins or so for the 1st film, 3hrs 42mins for the 2nd and 4hrs & 11mins for the final film.

Personally much as I love film I don't know if it's worth it myself, I already have the EEs on DVD & have just never had the time to watch them.
That's a major chunk of anyone's day to set aside to watch a film & real life does ten to get in the way.

I suppose for the sake of completeness when the Blu-ray EEs are out I'll take a look - but only when they hit this sort of price.

Meantime this deal is hot, no question.
#29
yeh ordinarily extended versions suck penile juice and serve only money making ends but the LOTR are only watchable in the extended versions. they make no sense any other way
#30
TBH i've bought them to watch and KNOW CEX will give me back the same price i've paid if I watch them in the next week or two. That way i've seen them on blu, can make my own opinion on the discs and sell them if I want.
#31
Nice! Thanks!
#32
The EE are a double edged sword. On the one hand, some scenes better explain things. On the other hand, some extra scenes really get on my nerves e.g. the Arwen mopey love scenes like something from Twilight! I fast forward those anyway. Not a bad price. I'll probably buy both version boxsets.
#33
Bargain!
#34
Banterlicious


So this DVD is not the version shown in cinemas?


It's Blu-ray, not DVD.
#35
Wonder when they will get some more in
#36
my order is showing est dispatch as 28/10/2010.
#37
good price, wairing for the extended though as the are definately have content that makes the story better!
#38
bushmaster80
A good price but I don't have a blue-ray thingy. Can you let me know what happens at the end to save me buying one?

Gollum bites his ring off oO
#39
Blimey if you don't buy something because a better one is coming out in 18 months time, you must never have owned a mobile phone or anything electronic...
#40
"In July 2009, Jackson announced in an interview that the Extended Editions will be released sometime in 2010 on Blu-ray with possibly new special features to be made.[45]"

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