Check out these new stills from The Two Towers which appear to be: Aragorn in Helms Deep, Frodo and Sam in Ithilien and Gimli in Edoras. To view them, CLICK HERE.
Ringer Spy Tarcil sent us this link to a Swedish newspaper article containing some photos from The Two Towers. The article is about the TTT trailer being added to Fellowship, and therefore Swedes will have to pay 100 crowns to see the trailer. To see the article, CLICK HERE.
A big night at the Oscars will certainly boost Lord of the Rings ticket sales, but while it won't do much for AOL-Time Warner's (New Line Cinema's parent company) bottom line, could it push FOTR's ticket sales past Harry Potter?
TORN scores another scoop with new images of Uruk-hai at Helm's Deep, Eowyn, and Grima Wormtongue!
"The Lord of the Rings had garnered $271.4 million and was falling fast after nine weeks of release when it claimed a leading 13 Oscar nominations. Earnings shot up 30 percent the next weekend, and the film brought in $22.9 million over five weeks, driving the film's domestic gross to $294.3 million."
German Tolkien fans recently compiled a list of hundreds of observations about the first Lord of the Rings film, posted on Herr der Ringe. With the aid of Babelfish, we translated this extensive list into English for your reading enjoyment.
More "psychological games" between Frodo, Sam and Gollum than in the book... Shelob booted to Return of the King... Between 15 and 20 hours of Helm's Deep battle footage shot...
Buoyed by strong word-of-mouth in Japan, Monsters, Inc. grew 19 percent to $5.2 million to unseat Fellowship of the Ring from the top spot. Despite losing the Japanese crown after a one-week reign, FOTR nonetheless posted a strong $4.7 million for a market tally of $17.6 million in 10 days. Overall, the epic adventure took in $9.8 million from 7,800 venues across 54 territories, lifting its total to a massive $477.3 million.
"The saga continues as Toy Biz introduces an all new action-packed line-up of products inspired by this year's most anticipated movie sequel- New Line Cinema's The Two Towers." To read more, CLICK HERE.
AMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" is a brainy and beautiful film that has received more Academy Award nominations than any other film this year. It takes nothing away from its artistry to allow that its appeal, like that of the books on which it is based, owes much to the computer culture that made J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy world its own.
"The eagerly awaited Mines of Moria Expansion for Decipher's The Lord of the Rings Trading Card Game debuts in stores today with the worldwide release of Starter Decks!"
Ain't it Cool News has posted some news about scenes from THE TWO TOWERS.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" is generating more excitement in Hollywood than any of the other Oscar-nominated films. Jackson's project is like the Sarah Hughes of the bunch -- the rookie who comes from out of nowhere to clinch the gold.
Here's more news on "The Two Towers" and "Return of the King" including more detail on the Barnes & Noble event, changes to the upcoming films, DVD info and more on that much-anticipated TTT trailer! Warning: Major Spoilers ahead!