[PR] The Lord of the Rings–Back in Theaters!

{ED. I received a press release about my favorite movie trilogy, so I had to share it. The Lord of the Rings will be back in theaters for a limited engagement! You can watch the films as they are meant to be seen – on the big screen! Peter Jackson even hand picked an additional THREE hours of footage!  Read the press release for additional details.}

Return to Middle-earth as the most magical epic adventure in motion picture history comes to the big screen this June for a three-night theatrical event series. NCM Fathom and Warner Home Video are bringing all three The Lord of the Rings Extended Edition films to movie theaters nationwide so that you an experience them the way they were meant to be seen – on the big screen!

The events will begin with a new and personal introduction for each film from The Lord of the Rings™ director Peter Jackson captured from the set of his current film, and The Lord of the Rings prequel, The Hobbit, and will be immediately followed by the Extended Edition feature presentations which altogether include nearly three hours of additional feature footage carefully selected by Peter Jackson.

The Academy Award®-winning trilogy will be featured in an exclusive series of three in-theater events including The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring™ on June 14, 2011; The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers™ on June 21, 2011; and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King™ on June 28, 2011. Each event will begin at 7:00 p.m. local time.
Participating theaters and tickets can be found at www.fathomevents.com – limited seats available!

We hope you’ll spread the word about The Lord of the Rings™ Motion Picture Trilogy Extended Edition in-theater events to your readers. Be sure to check out TheOneRing.net and Weta Workshop for more information about The Lord of the Rings™.

One thought on “[PR] The Lord of the Rings–Back in Theaters!

  • May 11, 2011 at 6:45 pm
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    Wow, how awesome is this!!!?? The Fellowship will be in theaters on my birthday, so now I really want to go for my birthday, though I’ll have to pick between a showing of a play that’s also on my birthday… ANYWAY, this will be just incredible! Three hours of never-before-seen footage… I can only imagine which of the events from the books they left out in the movies originally might have made it to the big screen. Thanks so much for the heads-up about this– LOTR are some of my favorite movies and books, too, if you hadn’t guessed. :)

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