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JUST GREAT! thought Siarl. He was stuck with a crazy, orange-haired freak and an amnesic ranger.
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The theatrical production of The Lord of the Rings has been seeing a lot of press lately. There have been negative reviews, positive reviews, and lots of general buzz surrounding this audacious endeavour. Here are a few links to catch you up on what folks are saying.
Headline-Hobbit Runs a Mile!
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Ever wondered what Smeagol rights in his diary? Well now you can find out!
"This new "LOTR" is a smoke-and-lights spectacle that approaches Tolkien's work with respect..."
Sauron, who at this time had two eyes, a nose, mouth, and any other normal feature a normal human being would own, studied Aragorn darkly.
In a tribute to Peter Jackson and JRR Tolkien, nine brave souls will atempt to walk the length of New Zealand, in full Middle-Earth garb, and in full character.
[i]Siarl was quick to help his new friend. "Actually, he's related to this guy--Elvish? No, no, Elvis!" [/i]
I had fun with my imagination. You'll just have to read it to see what it is about. :p
Check out this interview with Saul Zaentz, the man who owns the rights to producing media based on The Lord of the Rings (and who brought us the animated LOTR back in the 1970s).
Read a bit about what Lord of the Rings fans think of the long-in-production musical now showing in Toronto.