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With the financial and critical for The Lord of the Rings, I guess I'd probably feel the same way...
"Kong in many respects has been like a fourth Lord of the Rings film. I don't really even separate Kong from Rings in some respects. I just look back on the last seven or eight years of being just a blur of film making and hard work and seven-day weeks..."
"An investment syndicate has filed proceedings in the High Court at Auckland over earnings it says should have been paid from financing deals during the filming of The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy."
Howard Shore, whom you all know as the three-time Oscar winner for his work on The Lord of the Rings trilogy, has left Peter Jackson's "King Kong".
"Of all the stars who emerged from Peter Jackson's The Lord Of The Rings trilogy, Viggo Mortensen seems to be the least ambitious, the most humble, the least likely to try to capitalize on the phenomenon..."
Many of you already know how Dominic Monaghan experienced a serious bout of depression after completing The Lord of the Rings. ContactMusic.com has just a little bit more about that...
The complete Oscar and Grammy winning score to "The Fellowship of the Ring," from the epic film trilogy "The Lord of the Rings," will be available in a deluxe four-disc edition from Reprise/WMG Soundtracks on November 22nd, 2005.
"Unfortunately, only a die-hard fan of the 'Lord of the Rings' film trilogy would have fully appreciated Mr. Shore's re-casting of his movie score as a full-length concert work..."
"It's very much in the style of Tolkien's Lays of Beleriand."
Not content with just the Academy Awards, Howard Shore's score for Return of the King garnered 2 Grammys at this year's awards!
A nice peek into the decisions and perceptions he has of this tragic character.
Peter Jackson states he'd like to make the "Ultimate Edition" of LOTR within the next two years.
"There are 15 new scenes and 24 existing scenes that have been extended by seconds or even minutes in a few cases. The result is a rich, deeper, denser, more emotional, more intellectual and more involving film experience..."