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Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers


Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Expected Release Date U.S. : December 18th 2002
Expected Release Date U.K. : December 18th 2002
Expected Rental Release Date : Not Known

Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Cast : Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Cate Blanchett, Liv Tyler, Bernard Hill, Ian Holm, Brad Dourif, Christopher Lee, Viggo Mortensen, John Rhys-Davies, Sean Astin, Billy Boyd, Orlando Bloom, Kevin Conway, Dominic Monaghan.
Director :
Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Written By :
Peter Jackson, Frances Walsh, Philippa Boyens
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Other Known Crew Members :

Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Based On : The popular book by J.R.R. Tolkien, the second in The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy (Buy the novel!)
Premise/Synopsis :
The Two Towers is the second part of J R R Tolkien's epic adventure The Lord of the Rings. Frodo and the companions of the Rings have been beset by danger during there quest to prevent the Ruling Ring from falling into the hands of the Dark Lord by destroying it in the Cracks of Doom. They have lost the wizard, Gandalf, in a battle with an evil spirit in the Mines Of Moria; and at the falls of Rauros, Boromir, seduced by the power of the Ring, tried to sieze it by force. while Frodo and Sam made their escape the rest of the Company were attacked by orcs. Now they continue their journey alone down the great River Anduin - alone, that is save for the mysterious creeping figure that follows them wherever they go. (book description by Amazon)
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Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Trailer : Preview trailer
Images: The Sun (10)
Released By :
New Line Cinema

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Fellowship Of The Ring Preview Page
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Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Status : Post Production

How excited are we about Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers : 10 Out Of 10

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Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Updated :

29th May 2002: The Two Towers Updated:
The Two Towers, the second Lord Of The Rings movie in the trilogy, has received an official UK release date. The film will hit UK cinemas on the same day as in the US and the rest of Europe, Wednesday 18th December 2002.

15/4/02 The Two Towers Updated
The Sun newspaper over here in the UK ran a full two page picture special on The Two Towers on Saturday. The tabloid printed ten news images from the second Lord Of The Rings movie due to hit our screens in December. Go on over to The Sun's official UK site to take a look and click on the pics for bigger versions.

2/4/02 The Two Towers Updated
The preview footage that plays at the end of Fellowship Of The Ring is now online!!! Check it out over at German site Its fairly low quality, but if you want to see it before is taken offline, click here now!

1/4/02 The Two Towers Updated
We all know by now that there is a preview of The Two Towers attached to the end of The Fellowship Of The Ring now playing in theaters worldwide. I have yet to see it and, for all those who also haven't had chance to check out the footage, The Soothsayer over at Coming Soon has posted a description of what can be seen. Click the link and scroll down to the bottom of the review for details.

20/3/02 The Two Towers
The One Ring have posted three new pics from The Two Towers over at their site. The pics feature Miranda Otto as Eowyn and a first look at Brad Dourif as Grima Wormtongue. The third pic is thought to be from the Battle Of Helm's Deep. Take a look.

Also, check out our new Lord Of The Rings Shopping Page over on The Z Review Shopping Network, for all of your LOTR merchandise.

26/2/02 The Two Towers Updated

Here are a couple of new pics from Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers. On the left, check out Viggo Mortensen as Strider and on the right Orlando Bloom as Legolas with Gimli astride behind him.

Click images to enlarge. (c) Total Film, New Line Cinema

25/2/02 The Two Towers Updated

News has reached us that footage from The Two Towers will be tagged onto the end of The Fellowship Of The Ring soon and that the first trailer will hit theaters in the US in March. Great news although The Two Towers trailer may only play before The Fellowship Of The Ring, so this gives you another excuse to go see the movie. Also check out the image of Elijah Wood on the left, the
first pic from The Two Towers. Also check out our Fellowship page for details on the first films DVD release.

11/2/02 The Two Towers Updated
Sir Ian McKellan and Orlando bloom have been chatting on London based radio station Capital FM about having to go back for pick up shots for The Two Towers,

McKellan: "It's great that we have done these three films. But I talked to Peter Jackson, the director of 'Lord Of The Rings' the other day, and we are going to have to go back because there are pick-ups to do, little extra shots. We were also working in studios that weren't properly soundproofed and so all the dialog had to be dubbed in the first film. You can't tell, but it's true, and we're going to have to do that with the other two films, so we haven't finished. But the basic shooting is done".

Bloom: "I'm quite looking forward to going back for those pick-ups. Really hard work - surfing, snowboarding, skydiving, alongside filming 'Lord Of The Rings'".

The full interview can be heard by clicking here (Windows Media).

The Two Towers Updated
An introduction to the film that will be the second in the Lord Of The Rings trilogy, brought to the screen by New Zealander Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema.

The Two Towers will see a few changes from that of the book. For example, we already know that part of The Two Towers was introduced at the end of Fellowship, in particular the final battle. in The Two Towers, the roles of Rohan King Theoden and his nephew Eomer have been extended and there is the introduction of enemy warrior Lurtz. Jackson also says that the Battle Of Helms Deep will blow moviegoers away, "It's the Uraki vs. the elves and the men at Helms Deep, which is an old fort. Let me just say it's very bloody." We're also told that we will see a lot more of CGI character Gollum in the second film. Another central theme will be the development of the relationship between Arwen (Liv Tyler) and Aragorn (Viggo Moretensen). "We'll actually see a lot more of this love story develop in the second movie, but we have a great kiss in this one...Arwen believes in her man so much that she gives up part of her existence, but not her full existence. She will do anything to spend time with him. Anyway, she has been alive for 3,000 years. She'd rather spend a few short years happy than eternity without love." Tyler told SunTimes (also appeared at Coming Soon). The fact that Tyler's character appears in the film at all is a surprise as in the books, she doesn't appear again until the Return Of The King.

Jackson has also spoken out about the title of the film, "It's true that I've thought about what that title means now (between the film and the September 11th tragedy). I just pray that by the time the second movie comes out, it won't cause any controversy. It's a 50-year-old book. We can't change the title. Tolkien fans would crucify us." (appeared in the Chicago Sun Times).

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Date Page Created : 2/1/2002 Date Last Updated : 15/4/2002

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