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One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.“ Seit Jahrzehnten beflügeln diese Worte aus J.R.R. Tolkiens berühmtem dreiteiligem Epos The Lord of. The Lord of the Rings tells of the great quest undertaken by Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring: Gandalf the Wizard; the hobbits Merry, Pippin, and Sam; Gimli. Die von Peter Jackson geschaffene Kinotrilogie Der Herr der Ringe nach dem gleichnamigen europeangeoparks.eu: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (), abgerufen am 6. Januar ; ↑ europeangeoparks.eu: The Lord of.

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Am Geburtstag seines Onkels Bilbo erbt der junge Hobbit Frodo einen magischen Ring. Doch mit dem Erbe erhält er auch eine große Verantwortung, denn der Ring entpuppt sich als der Eine Ring des bösen Zauberers Sauron, der ganz Mittelerde ins. Die von Peter Jackson geschaffene Kinotrilogie Der Herr der Ringe nach dem gleichnamigen europeangeoparks.eu: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (), abgerufen am 6. Januar ; ↑ europeangeoparks.eu: The Lord of. Der Herr der Ringe (englischer Originaltitel: The Lord of the Rings) ist ein Roman von John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. Er gehört zu den kommerziell erfolgreichsten. Jetzt online bestellen! Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: The Lord of the Rings 1/3 Including: The Fellowship of the Ring / The Two Towers / The Return of the King. Jetzt online bestellen! Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: The Lord of the Rings 1/3 The Fellowship of the Ring; The Two Towers; The Return of the King von J. R. R.​. The Lord of the Rings von Tolkien, John R.R. ✓ portofreie und schnelle Lieferung ✓ 20 Mio bestellbare Titel ✓ bei 1 Mio Titel Lieferung über Nacht. The Lord of the Rings tells of the great quest undertaken by Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring: Gandalf the Wizard; the hobbits Merry, Pippin, and Sam; Gimli.

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Nachdem die Marketing-Maschine für das exzellente Two-Towers-Spiel von Electronic Arts alle Konkurrenten aus dem Weg geräumt hat, könnte man ein. Der Herr der Ringe (englischer Originaltitel: The Lord of the Rings) ist ein Roman von John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. Er gehört zu den kommerziell erfolgreichsten. One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.“ Seit Jahrzehnten beflügeln diese Worte aus J.R.R. Tolkiens berühmtem dreiteiligem Epos The Lord of.

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As Frodo stands on the ledge over the volcanic fire, he succumbs to the Ring and claims it as his own, putting it on his finger.

Gollum finds the invisible Frodo and attacks him, biting his finger off to reclaim the Ring. Frodo attacks Gollum in an attempt to reclaim the Ring, and in the ensuing struggle they both fall off the ledge.

Gollum falls into the lava with the Ring and dies. Frodo clings to the side of the ledge and is rescued by Sam as the Ring disintegrates in the lava.

Gandalf flies in with eagles in the battle's aftermath to rescue the Hobbits, who awaken in Minas Tirith and are reunited with the surviving Fellowship.

Aragorn is crowned King of Gondor and takes Arwen as his queen. He leaves Sam the Red Book of Westmarch , which details their adventures.

Sam returns to the Shire, where he embraces Rosie and their children. The last words of both the book and the film are the same - "Well, I'm back.

Jackson began abstract discussions on casting during the development of the scripts with Miramax. Miramax wanted a recognisable name for Gandalf, and suggested Max von Sydow or Paul Scofield and, wanting an American star, even mentioned Morgan Freeman.

When von Sydow inquired for the part later, his agent told him they were looking for an English actor. Miramax and Jackson discussed Sir Daniel Day-Lewis for Aragorn, starting "fanciful internet speculation" [8] that Day-Lewis was approached for the part numerous times, although Jackson eventually inquired about him.

Jackson cast Stuart Townsend , whom the studio deemed too young. After shooting began, Jackson agreed and decided to recast the role.

They approached Viggo Mortensen , but also spoke to Russell Crowe who auditioned for Boromir previously , as a backup choice.

Patrick McGoohan , their first choice for Denethor, proved "quite grumpy" [12] when they met, and they instead looked into Donald Sutherland and John Rhys-Davies , and ultimately cast John Noble.

In conversations with Miramax, Liam Neeson 's name came up [1] for Boromir, but he declined. Daniel Craig auditioned. The following is a list of cast members who voiced or portrayed characters appearing in the extended version of the films.

These attempts resulted in a couple of unproduced scripts, concept art and an animated short. The rights to adapt Tolkien's works passed through the hands of several studios, having been briefly leased to Rembrandt Films before being sold perpetually to United Artists.

While profitable, the film didn't make enough money to automatically warrant the sequel which would close the story, and an argument with producer Saul Zaentz led Bakshi to abandon the project.

Several Tolkien-esque fantasy films were produced at the time, as well, including Boorman's Excalibur and George Lucas' production of Willow. At the time that Bakshi's film aired, a teenager Peter Jackson hadn't read the book, but "heard the name", [16] and went to see the film: "I liked the early part — it had some quaint sequences in Hobbiton, a creepy encounter with the Black Rider on the road, and a few quite good battle scenes — but then, about half way through, the storytelling became very disjointed and disorientating and I really didn't understand what was going on.

However, what it did do was to make me want to read the book — if only to find out what happened! Assuming someone will one day adapt it to a live-action film, Jackson read on some previous attempts to bring the piece to the screen.

In , while completing post-production on The Frighteners , Jackson and Fran Walsh discussed making an original fantasy film, but couldn't think of a scenario that wasn't Tolkien-esque, and eventually decided to look up the film rights.

Jackson knew it would take multiple films to do Tolkien justice, [21] [22] but initially pitched a single trilogy: one film based on The Hobbit and, if that would prove successful, two Lord of the Rings films shot back-to-back.

Harvey tried to buy the studio's share of the rights, but was unsuccessful. With the Hobbit postponed for a later prequel, Jackson proceeded with making two or more [22] Lord of the Rings films: "We pitched the idea of three films and Miramax didn't really want to take that risk, but we agreed on two.

Meanwhile Weta Digital began software development for the digital effects required, [21] and WETA Workshop were producing props and concept art.

Sinclair later dropped from the project, but Jackson felt that some of his contributions survived into the finished scripts, particularly the middle film, The Two Towers , for which he is credited.

However, as the scripts took shape, it became clear that the budget required would exceed Miramax's capabilities. The Weinsteins suggested cutting the project to one film.

Jackson believes this was an empty threat to get him to concede to making a one-film version himself. Harvey eventually relented to putting the project on a turnaround, but the onerous conditions were meant to prevent the project from being taken up by another studio.

Final Cut rights were shared contractually between Jackson and Bob Shaye, but there was never any interference in Jackson's cut.

Jackson began storyboarding and screenwriting the series with Christian Rivers , Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens in and assigned his crew to begin designing Middle-earth at the same time.

To allow the story to be clearer for viewers, Jackson takes a more chronological approach to the story than did Tolkien. During shooting, the screenplays continued to evolve, in part due to contributions from cast members looking to further explore their characters.

Jackson hired long-time collaborator Richard Taylor to lead Weta Workshop on five major design elements: armour, weapons, prosthetic makeup , creatures, and miniatures.

In November , famed Tolkien illustrators Alan Lee and John Howe joined the project; [25] most of the imagery in the films is based on their various illustrations, [29] but Jackson also relied on the work of Ted Nasmith, who later had to turn down an offer to join Alan and John.

Jackson wanted realistic designs in the style of historical epics rather than fantasy films, citing Braveheart as an inspiration: [30] [31] [32] [33] [34].

Something very different to Dark Crystal or Labyrinth. Imagine something like Braveheart , but with a little of the visual magic of Legend. Production designer Grant Major was charged with the task of converting Lee and Howe's designs into architecture, creating models of the sets, while Dan Hennah worked as art director , scouting locations and organizing the building of sets.

Most of these crew members and others returned to work on The Hobbit. Principal photography for all three films was conducted concurrently in many locations within New Zealand's conservation areas and national parks.

Filming took place between 11 October and 22 December Pick-up shoots were conducted annually from to Osborne , Rick Porras , and any other assistant director, producer, or writer available.

Miniature Photography took place throughout the entire period, amounting to over shooting days. Weta Digital developed new technologies to allow for the groundbreaking digital effects required for the trilogy, including the development of the MASSIVE software to generate intelligent crowds for battle scenes, and advancing the art of motion capture , which was used on bipedal creatures like the Cave Troll or Gollum.

With Jackson's future films, motion-capture technology had been pushed so far that it became referred to as "digital makeup", although it was later clarified that during The Lord of the Rings period, it was still fairly reliant on the CG animators.

Each film had the benefit of a full year of post-production time before its respective December release, often finishing in October—November, with the crew immediately going to work on the next film.

Jackson originally wanted to edit all three films with Jamie Selkirk , but this proved too much work. The next idea was to have John Gilbert , Michael Horton and Selkirk, respectively, editing the three films simultaneously, but after a month that proved too difficult for Jackson, [41] and the films were edited in consecutive years, although Selkirk continued to act as "Supervising Editor" on the first two entries.

Howard Shore composed, orchestrated, conducted, and produced the trilogy's music. Shore visited the set in , and composed a version of the Shire theme and Frodo's Theme before Jackson began shooting.

For example, there are multiple leitmotifs just for the hobbits and the Shire. Although the first film had some of its score recorded in Wellington, virtually all of the trilogy's score was recorded in Watford Town Hall and mixed at Abbey Road Studios.

The score is primarily played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra , ranging from 93 to players throughout the recording. Even actors Billy Boyd , Viggo Mortensen , Liv Tyler , Miranda Otto extended cuts only for the latter two , and Peter Jackson for a single gong sound in the second film contributed to the score.

Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens served as librettists, writing lyrics to various music and songs, which David Salo translated into Tolkien's languages.

The third film's end song, " Into the West ", was a tribute to a young filmmaker Jackson and Walsh befriended named Cameron Duncan , who died of cancer in Shore composed a main theme for the Fellowship rather than many different character themes, and its strength and weaknesses in volume are depicted at different points in the series.

On top of that, individual themes were composed to represent different cultures. Infamously, the amount of music Shore had to write every day for the third film increased dramatically to around seven minutes.

The trilogy's online promotional trailer was first released on 27 April , and set a new record for download hits, registering 1.

The Fellowship of the Ring was released 19 December A preview of The Two Towers was inserted just before the end credits near the end of the film's theatrical run.

The Lord of the Rings trilogy received widespread acclaim and is ranked among the greatest film trilogies ever made.

No sweat. Peter Jackson's trilogy — or, as we like to call it, our preciousssss — exerted its irresistible pull, on advanced Elvish speakers and neophytes alike.

The series also drew acclaim from within the industry, including from Steven Spielberg , James Cameron and George Lucas.

Ackerman, who once presented a film treatment to Tolkien, and appeared on Jackson's Bad Taste said his pitch "could never have been given the grand treatment that Peter Jackson afforded it.

However, some filmmakers were more critical. Heinz Edelmann , who pitched the idea of an animated feature when United Artists considered shooting the films with the Beatles, thought it was "badly directed.

After the films were released, however, Bakshi said that while, "on the creative side", he does "feel good that Peter Jackson continued" he begrudges Saul Zaentz for not notifying him of the live-action films.

He also said that, with his own film already made, Jackson could study it and therefore had "a little easier time than I did.

In fact, Jackson did acknowledge Bakshi's film as early as , when he told a worried fan that he hoped to outdo Bakshi, [35] as well as mentioning in the behind-the-scenes features that "the black Riders galloping out of Bree was an image I remember very clearly [ Jackson singles out his one homage to the cartoon: a low-angle shot of Odo Proudfoot calling out "Proudfeet!

Jackson's decision to do a scene that misdirects the audience to think the wraiths slew the Hobbits may also derive from Bakshi.

Other similarities, including a few costume designs such as Barliman's night attire and Bilbo's pants and scenes like the prologue or Saruman's speech to the Uruks, seem coincidental, as Jackson admits: "our film is stylistically very different and the design is different.

I don't care. The three films together were nominated for a total of 30 Academy Awards , of which they won 17, both records for any movie trilogy. Commentators have compared Jackson's film trilogy with Tolkien's written work, remarking that while both have been extremely successful commercially, they differ in many respects.

Critics have admired Jackson's ability to film the long and complex work at all; the beauty of the cinematography , sets , and costumes; and the epic scale of his version of Tolkien's story.

They have however found the characters and the story greatly weakened by Jackson's emphasis on action and violence at the expense of psychological depth; the loss of Tolkien's emphasis on free will and individual responsibility; and the replacement of Frodo's inner journey by an American monomyth with Aragorn as the hero.

As for whether the film trilogy is faithful to the novel, opinions range from Verlyn Flieger 's feeling that a film adaptation is not even worth attempting, [] [] Wayne G.

Hammond 's opinion that the film sacrifices the book's richness of characterisation and narrative for violence, thrills, and cheap humour, [] or Christopher Tolkien 's view that Jackson's interpretation is unacceptable, [] to granting, with Jackson and Boyens, that the film version is inevitably different.

Dimitra Fimi suggests that Jackson was continuing Tolkien's tradition of adapting folklore, incorporating both the fans' views on that folklore and cinematic traditions such as the zombie in the film trilogy to produce its own modern folklore.

The first two films were released on standard two-disc edition DVDs containing previews of the next film.

The success of the theatrical cuts brought about four-disc extended editions, with new editing, added special effects and music.

The extended cuts of the films and the included special features labeled "Appendices" as an homage to the books were spread over two discs, and a limited collector's edition was also released.

They have also played at cinemas, most notably for a 16 December marathon screening dubbed "Trilogy Tuesday" culminating in a late afternoon screening of the third film.

Attendees of "Trilogy Tuesday" were given a limited edition keepsake from Sideshow Collectibles containing one random frame of film from each of the three movies.

Both versions were put together in a Limited Edition " branching " version, plus a new feature-length documentary by Costa Botes. The complete series was released in a six-disc set on 14 November Warner Bros.

In , brand new Blu-ray steelbook editions of the five-disc Extended Editions were released. The first, The Fellowship of the Ring , was released on 24 March The release of the films saw a surge of interest in The Lord of the Rings and Tolkien's other works, vastly increasing his impact on popular culture.

In addition to the cast, director Peter Jackson , screenwriter Philippa Boyens and composer Howard Shore were also present.

Furthermore, filmmaker Taika Waititi and castmate Bernard Hill also made an appearance. As a result of the series' success, Peter Jackson has become a major figure in the film industry in the mould of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas , in the process befriending some industry heavyweights like Bryan Singer and Frank Darabont.

Jackson has since founded his own film production company, Wingnut Films , as well as Wingnut Interactive, a video game company.

He was also finally given a chance to remake King Kong in The film was a critical and box office success, although not as successful as the Lord of the Rings series.

Jackson has been called a "favourite son" of New Zealand. Along with the Harry Potter films , the series has renewed interest in the fantasy film genre.

Tourism in New Zealand is up, possibly due to its exposure in the series, [] with the country's tourism industry waking up to an audience's familiarity.

As of , the exhibition has travelled to seven other cities around the world. A musical adaptation of the book was launched in Toronto , Canada, in , but it closed after mostly poor reviews.

A shortened version opened in London, United Kingdom, in the summer of The legacy of The Lord of the Rings is also that of court cases over profits from the trilogy.

The case was resolved out of court in The settlement came too late for Appleby, who died of cancer in The next year, Jackson himself sued the studio over profits from the first film, slowing development of the Hobbit prequels until late Numerous video games were released to supplement the film series.

The success of The Lord of the Rings trilogy led to Jackson directing a trilogy of prequels based on Tolkien's children's book The Hobbit.

Most of the crew returned, as well, with Jackson directing, him and Walsh producing and Boyens co-writing. The only complete changes in the staff involved the change of gaffer, after Brian Bansgrove died between the trilogies, and stunt coordinator Glen Boswall replaced George Marshall Ruge who worked on Rings.

Although the Hobbit trilogy was commercially successful, it received mixed reviews from critics. However, the films did manage to add another seven Academy Award nominations to the series' tally, to an overall 37, and another win for the Scientific and Engineering Award , resulting in the most nominations and wins for a six-part series.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film series released between and For other films based on The Lord of the Rings , see Middle-earth in film.

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Each film is linked to the "Box office" section of its article. Each film is linked to the "Critical response" section of its article.

Main article: List of accolades received by The Lord of the Rings film series. Main article: The Lord of the Rings: film versus book. Each film is linked to the "Home media" section of its article.

See also: Tolkien tourism. See also: Middle-earth in video games. Main article: The Hobbit film series. Speculative fiction portal. Archived from the original on 18 March Archived from the original on 8 January Wollheim , science fiction editor of the paperback publisher Ace Books , claimed that The Lord of the Rings was not protected in the United States under American copyright law because Houghton Mifflin, the US hardcover publisher, had neglected to copyright the work in the United States.

Tolkien took issue with this and quickly notified his fans of this objection. Authorized editions followed from Ballantine Books and Houghton Mifflin to tremendous commercial success.

Tolkien undertook various textual revisions to produce a version of the book that would be published with his consent and establish an unquestioned US copyright.

On 4 September , the novel debuted on The New York Times ' s Paperback Bestsellers list as number three, and was number one by 4 December, a position it held for eight weeks.

In , for the 50th Anniversary Edition, Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull , under supervision from Christopher Tolkien, studied and revised the text to eliminate as many errors and inconsistencies as possible, some of which had been introduced by well-meaning compositors of the first printing in , and never been corrected.

Yet more corrections were made in the 60th Anniversary Edition in From to Christopher Tolkien published the surviving drafts of The Lord of The Rings , chronicling and illuminating with commentary the stages of the text's development, in volumes 6—9 of his History of Middle-earth series.

The work has been translated, with varying degrees of success, into at least 38, [b] and reportedly at least 70, languages. Because The Lord of the Rings purports to be a translation of the fictitious Red Book of Westmarch , using the English language to represent the Westron of the "original", Tolkien suggested that translators attempt to capture the interplay between English and the invented nomenclature of the English work, and gave several examples along with general guidance.

Early reviews for The Lord of the Rings were mixed. The initial review in the Sunday Telegraph described it as "among the greatest works of imaginative fiction of the twentieth century".

Auden , a former pupil of Tolkien's and an admirer of his writings, regarded The Lord of the Rings as a "masterpiece", further stating that in some cases it outdid the achievement of John Milton 's Paradise Lost.

Slater wrote in Nebula Science Fiction , April , " Even within Tolkien's literary group, The Inklings , the work had a mixed reception.

Hugo Dyson complained loudly at its readings, [79] [80] whereas C. Lewis had very different feelings, writing, "here are beauties which pierce like swords or burn like cold iron.

Here is a book which will break your heart. Judith Shulevitz, writing in The New York Times , criticized the "pedantry" of Tolkien's literary style, saying that he "formulated a high-minded belief in the importance of his mission as a literary preservationist, which turns out to be death to literature itself".

Both the characters and the work itself were, according to Jenkyns, "anemic, and lacking in fibre". Despite its numerous detractors, the publication of the Ace Books and Ballantine paperbacks helped The Lord of the Rings become immensely popular in the United States in the s.

The book has remained so ever since, ranking as one of the most popular works of fiction of the twentieth century, judged by both sales and reader surveys.

In similar polls both Germany [88] and Australia [89] chose The Lord of the Rings as their favourite book. In a poll of Amazon. The book has been adapted for radio four times.

In the s radio station WBAI produced a short radio adaptation. A variety of filmmakers considered adapting Tolkien's book, among them Stanley Kubrick , who thought it unfilmable, [94] [95] Michelangelo Antonioni , [96] Heinz Edelmann , [97] and John Boorman.

All three parts won multiple Academy Awards , including consecutive Best Picture nominations. The final instalment of this trilogy was the second film to break the one-billion-dollar barrier and won a total of 11 Oscars something only two other films in history, Ben-Hur and Titanic , have accomplished , including Best Picture , Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay.

In , Amazon acquired the global television rights to The Lord of the Rings for a multi-season television series of new stories set before The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, [] based on Tolkien's descriptions of events of the Second Age of Middle-earth.

A large-scale musical theatre adaptation, The Lord of the Rings , was first staged in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in and opened in London in June ; it was a commercial failure.

The enormous popularity of Tolkien's work expanded the demand for fantasy. Largely thanks to The Lord of the Rings, the genre flowered throughout the s and enjoys popularity to the present day.

The opus has spawned many imitations, such as The Sword of Shannara , which Lin Carter called "the single most cold-blooded, complete rip-off of another book that I have ever read".

However, Gary Gygax , lead designer of the game, maintained that he was influenced very little by The Lord of the Rings , stating that he included these elements as a marketing move to draw on the popularity the work enjoyed at the time he was developing the game.

Rock bands of the s were musically and lyrically inspired by the fantasy-embracing counter-culture of the time. In , the Swedish musician Bo Hansson released an instrumental concept album entitled Sagan om ringen "The Saga of the Ring", the title of the Swedish translation at the time.

The Lord of the Rings has had a profound and wide-ranging impact on popular culture, beginning with its publication in the s, but especially during the s and s, when young people embraced it as a countercultural saga.

Since then all "authorised" merchandise has been signed off by Tolkien Enterprises, although the intellectual property rights of the specific likenesses of characters and other imagery from various adaptations is generally held by the adaptors.

Outside any commercial exploitation from adaptations, from the late s onwards there has been an increasing variety of original licensed merchandise, from posters and calendars created by illustrators such as Barbara Remington.

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For other uses, see The Lord of the Rings disambiguation. For other uses, see War of the Ring disambiguation.

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He preferred the phrase "heroic romance". This number is a conservative estimate; some 56 translations are listed at translations of The Lord of the Rings , and 57 languages are listed at Elrond's Library.

The two were in fact first and second cousins, once removed either way his paternal great-great-uncle's son's son and his maternal great-aunt's son.

Lewis's "lies breathed through silver", writing the poem Mythopoeia to present his argument; it was first published in Tree and Leaf in The Fellowship of the Ring.

The Lord of the Rings 50th Anniversary Edition. This special 50th anniversary hardback edition of J. Tolkien's classic masterpiece includes the complete revised and reset text, two-fold out maps printed in red and black and, unique to this edition, a full-colour fold-out reproduction of Tolkien's own facsimile pages from the Book of Mazarbul that the Fellowship discover in Moria.

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Andy Köln Geißbock. Perfection Learning Corp Fr. Handwörterbuch zur historischen und vergleichenden Erzählforschung. Genannt seien hier die Literaturtitanen Gene Wolfe Vermutlich hatte hierum Tolkien selbst gebeten, da er diesen Anhang als den wichtigsten einschätzte. Bewertung verfassen. Steeped in unrivalled Rtl2 Frauentausch Heute and otherworldliness, its sweeping fantasy has touched the hearts of young and old alike. Wenige Autoren sind Tolkien in Sachen Erfindungsgeist und der literarischen Fähigkeit, daraus etwas Unvergleichliches zu machen, je gleich gekommen. Ekkehardt Belle. Lord Of The Ring Lord Of The Ring 'THE LORD OF THE RINGS', J. R. R. Tolkein Illustrated by Alan Lee 'Three Rings for the Eleven-kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of. One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.“ Seit Jahrzehnten beflügeln diese Worte aus J.R.R. Tolkiens berühmtem dreiteiligem Epos The Lord of. ZusammenfassungContinuing the story begun in The Hobbit, this is the first part of Tolkien's epic masterpiece, The Lord of the Rings, featuring a striking black. Nachdem die Marketing-Maschine für das exzellente Two-Towers-Spiel von Electronic Arts alle Konkurrenten aus dem Weg geräumt hat, könnte man ein.

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The book has been adapted for radio four times. In the s radio station WBAI produced a short radio adaptation. A variety of filmmakers considered adapting Tolkien's book, among them Stanley Kubrick , who thought it unfilmable, [94] [95] Michelangelo Antonioni , [96] Heinz Edelmann , [97] and John Boorman.

All three parts won multiple Academy Awards , including consecutive Best Picture nominations. The final instalment of this trilogy was the second film to break the one-billion-dollar barrier and won a total of 11 Oscars something only two other films in history, Ben-Hur and Titanic , have accomplished , including Best Picture , Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay.

In , Amazon acquired the global television rights to The Lord of the Rings for a multi-season television series of new stories set before The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, [] based on Tolkien's descriptions of events of the Second Age of Middle-earth.

A large-scale musical theatre adaptation, The Lord of the Rings , was first staged in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in and opened in London in June ; it was a commercial failure.

The enormous popularity of Tolkien's work expanded the demand for fantasy. Largely thanks to The Lord of the Rings, the genre flowered throughout the s and enjoys popularity to the present day.

The opus has spawned many imitations, such as The Sword of Shannara , which Lin Carter called "the single most cold-blooded, complete rip-off of another book that I have ever read".

However, Gary Gygax , lead designer of the game, maintained that he was influenced very little by The Lord of the Rings , stating that he included these elements as a marketing move to draw on the popularity the work enjoyed at the time he was developing the game.

Rock bands of the s were musically and lyrically inspired by the fantasy-embracing counter-culture of the time.

In , the Swedish musician Bo Hansson released an instrumental concept album entitled Sagan om ringen "The Saga of the Ring", the title of the Swedish translation at the time.

The Lord of the Rings has had a profound and wide-ranging impact on popular culture, beginning with its publication in the s, but especially during the s and s, when young people embraced it as a countercultural saga.

Since then all "authorised" merchandise has been signed off by Tolkien Enterprises, although the intellectual property rights of the specific likenesses of characters and other imagery from various adaptations is generally held by the adaptors.

Outside any commercial exploitation from adaptations, from the late s onwards there has been an increasing variety of original licensed merchandise, from posters and calendars created by illustrators such as Barbara Remington.

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He is revealed to have survived and rides to Helm's Deep, witnessing Saruman's army marching to the fortress. In Rivendell , Arwen is told by her father Elrond that Aragorn will not return.

He reminds her that if she remains in Middle-earth , she will outlive Aragorn by thousands of years, and she reluctantly departs for Valinor. Convincing Treebeard that they are allies, they are brought to an Ent Council, where the Ents decide not to take part in the coming war.

Enraged, Treebeard and the Ents overwhelm Isengard, trapping Saruman in his tower. The Uruk-hai breach the outer wall with explosives and kill the elves' commander, Haldir.

The surviving Uruk-hai flee into Fangorn Forest and are killed by the Ents. Gandalf warns that Sauron will retaliate. Frodo helps Faramir catch Gollum to save him from being killed by the Rangers.

Learning of the One Ring, Faramir takes his captives to Gondor to bring the ring to his father Denethor. Passing through the besieged Gondorian city of Osgiliath , Frodo tries to explain to Faramir the true nature of the ring, and Sam explains that Boromir was driven mad by its power.

Impressed by Frodo's resolve, Faramir releases them. Gollum decides to betray Frodo and reclaim the Ring by leading the group to " Her " upon arriving at Cirith Ungol.

He retreats into the Misty Mountains as the Ring twists his body and mind, until he becomes the creature Gollum. When Saruman dismisses this and hits Wormtongue, the latter responds by stabbing Saruman until Legolas kills Wormtongue by firing a bow at him; Saruman then dies when he falls off his tower to his death.

Pippin soon looks into the seeing-stone and is seen by Sauron. He rides there to warn Gondor's steward Denethor , taking Pippin with him.

The hobbits begin climbing a stair carved in the cliff face that leads to a secret tunnel into Mordor , unaware that Gollum plans to kill them and take the Ring.

The Witch-king and his forces strike and overwhelm Osgiliath , forcing Faramir and his garrison to retreat to Minas Tirith.

Gollum disposes of the Hobbits' food, blaming Sam. Believing that Sam desires the Ring, Frodo tells him to go home before he and Gollum continue to the tunnel leading to Mordor.

Gollum tricks him into venturing into the lair of the giant spider Shelob. Frodo narrowly escapes and confronts Gollum, telling him that he must destroy the Ring for both their sakes.

Gollum attacks Frodo but falls down a chasm. Frodo continues on, but Shelob discovers, paralyses, and binds him.

Sam returns and injures Shelob, driving her away, but then hides as Orcs appear and take Frodo with them. The Orcs prepare to execute Frodo, but they end up fighting each other over ownership of Frodo's mithril ; the distraction allows Sam to rescue Frodo, and they escape before going on to continue their journey.

Joined by Legolas and Gimli, Aragorn travels to the Dead Men's lair, pledging to release them from Isildur 's undead curse should they come to Gondor's aid.

Faramir is gravely wounded after a futile effort to recapture Osgiliath; believing his son to be dead, Denethor falls into madness. Gandalf is left to defend the city against the Orc army, led by Gothmog.

As Gothmog's army forces its way into the city, Denethor attempts to kill himself and Faramir on a pyre. Aragorn then arrives with the Army of the Dead, who overcome Sauron's forces and win the battle; afterwards, Aragorn frees the Dead Men from their curse.

Aragorn's army draws out Sauron's remaining forces and empties Mordor, allowing Frodo and Sam to reach the volcano, but Gollum attacks them just as they reach Mount Doom.

As Frodo stands on the ledge over the volcanic fire, he succumbs to the Ring and claims it as his own, putting it on his finger.

Gollum finds the invisible Frodo and attacks him, biting his finger off to reclaim the Ring. Frodo attacks Gollum in an attempt to reclaim the Ring, and in the ensuing struggle they both fall off the ledge.

Gollum falls into the lava with the Ring and dies. Frodo clings to the side of the ledge and is rescued by Sam as the Ring disintegrates in the lava.

Gandalf flies in with eagles in the battle's aftermath to rescue the Hobbits, who awaken in Minas Tirith and are reunited with the surviving Fellowship.

Aragorn is crowned King of Gondor and takes Arwen as his queen. He leaves Sam the Red Book of Westmarch , which details their adventures.

Sam returns to the Shire, where he embraces Rosie and their children. The last words of both the book and the film are the same - "Well, I'm back.

Jackson began abstract discussions on casting during the development of the scripts with Miramax.

Miramax wanted a recognisable name for Gandalf, and suggested Max von Sydow or Paul Scofield and, wanting an American star, even mentioned Morgan Freeman.

When von Sydow inquired for the part later, his agent told him they were looking for an English actor. Miramax and Jackson discussed Sir Daniel Day-Lewis for Aragorn, starting "fanciful internet speculation" [8] that Day-Lewis was approached for the part numerous times, although Jackson eventually inquired about him.

Jackson cast Stuart Townsend , whom the studio deemed too young. After shooting began, Jackson agreed and decided to recast the role. They approached Viggo Mortensen , but also spoke to Russell Crowe who auditioned for Boromir previously , as a backup choice.

Patrick McGoohan , their first choice for Denethor, proved "quite grumpy" [12] when they met, and they instead looked into Donald Sutherland and John Rhys-Davies , and ultimately cast John Noble.

In conversations with Miramax, Liam Neeson 's name came up [1] for Boromir, but he declined. Daniel Craig auditioned. The following is a list of cast members who voiced or portrayed characters appearing in the extended version of the films.

These attempts resulted in a couple of unproduced scripts, concept art and an animated short. The rights to adapt Tolkien's works passed through the hands of several studios, having been briefly leased to Rembrandt Films before being sold perpetually to United Artists.

While profitable, the film didn't make enough money to automatically warrant the sequel which would close the story, and an argument with producer Saul Zaentz led Bakshi to abandon the project.

Several Tolkien-esque fantasy films were produced at the time, as well, including Boorman's Excalibur and George Lucas' production of Willow.

At the time that Bakshi's film aired, a teenager Peter Jackson hadn't read the book, but "heard the name", [16] and went to see the film: "I liked the early part — it had some quaint sequences in Hobbiton, a creepy encounter with the Black Rider on the road, and a few quite good battle scenes — but then, about half way through, the storytelling became very disjointed and disorientating and I really didn't understand what was going on.

However, what it did do was to make me want to read the book — if only to find out what happened! Assuming someone will one day adapt it to a live-action film, Jackson read on some previous attempts to bring the piece to the screen.

In , while completing post-production on The Frighteners , Jackson and Fran Walsh discussed making an original fantasy film, but couldn't think of a scenario that wasn't Tolkien-esque, and eventually decided to look up the film rights.

Jackson knew it would take multiple films to do Tolkien justice, [21] [22] but initially pitched a single trilogy: one film based on The Hobbit and, if that would prove successful, two Lord of the Rings films shot back-to-back.

Harvey tried to buy the studio's share of the rights, but was unsuccessful. With the Hobbit postponed for a later prequel, Jackson proceeded with making two or more [22] Lord of the Rings films: "We pitched the idea of three films and Miramax didn't really want to take that risk, but we agreed on two.

Meanwhile Weta Digital began software development for the digital effects required, [21] and WETA Workshop were producing props and concept art.

Sinclair later dropped from the project, but Jackson felt that some of his contributions survived into the finished scripts, particularly the middle film, The Two Towers , for which he is credited.

However, as the scripts took shape, it became clear that the budget required would exceed Miramax's capabilities.

The Weinsteins suggested cutting the project to one film. Jackson believes this was an empty threat to get him to concede to making a one-film version himself.

Harvey eventually relented to putting the project on a turnaround, but the onerous conditions were meant to prevent the project from being taken up by another studio.

Final Cut rights were shared contractually between Jackson and Bob Shaye, but there was never any interference in Jackson's cut.

Jackson began storyboarding and screenwriting the series with Christian Rivers , Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens in and assigned his crew to begin designing Middle-earth at the same time.

To allow the story to be clearer for viewers, Jackson takes a more chronological approach to the story than did Tolkien.

During shooting, the screenplays continued to evolve, in part due to contributions from cast members looking to further explore their characters.

Jackson hired long-time collaborator Richard Taylor to lead Weta Workshop on five major design elements: armour, weapons, prosthetic makeup , creatures, and miniatures.

In November , famed Tolkien illustrators Alan Lee and John Howe joined the project; [25] most of the imagery in the films is based on their various illustrations, [29] but Jackson also relied on the work of Ted Nasmith, who later had to turn down an offer to join Alan and John.

Jackson wanted realistic designs in the style of historical epics rather than fantasy films, citing Braveheart as an inspiration: [30] [31] [32] [33] [34].

Something very different to Dark Crystal or Labyrinth. Imagine something like Braveheart , but with a little of the visual magic of Legend. Production designer Grant Major was charged with the task of converting Lee and Howe's designs into architecture, creating models of the sets, while Dan Hennah worked as art director , scouting locations and organizing the building of sets.

Most of these crew members and others returned to work on The Hobbit. Principal photography for all three films was conducted concurrently in many locations within New Zealand's conservation areas and national parks.

Filming took place between 11 October and 22 December Pick-up shoots were conducted annually from to Osborne , Rick Porras , and any other assistant director, producer, or writer available.

Miniature Photography took place throughout the entire period, amounting to over shooting days. Weta Digital developed new technologies to allow for the groundbreaking digital effects required for the trilogy, including the development of the MASSIVE software to generate intelligent crowds for battle scenes, and advancing the art of motion capture , which was used on bipedal creatures like the Cave Troll or Gollum.

With Jackson's future films, motion-capture technology had been pushed so far that it became referred to as "digital makeup", although it was later clarified that during The Lord of the Rings period, it was still fairly reliant on the CG animators.

Each film had the benefit of a full year of post-production time before its respective December release, often finishing in October—November, with the crew immediately going to work on the next film.

Jackson originally wanted to edit all three films with Jamie Selkirk , but this proved too much work. The next idea was to have John Gilbert , Michael Horton and Selkirk, respectively, editing the three films simultaneously, but after a month that proved too difficult for Jackson, [41] and the films were edited in consecutive years, although Selkirk continued to act as "Supervising Editor" on the first two entries.

Howard Shore composed, orchestrated, conducted, and produced the trilogy's music. Shore visited the set in , and composed a version of the Shire theme and Frodo's Theme before Jackson began shooting.

For example, there are multiple leitmotifs just for the hobbits and the Shire. Although the first film had some of its score recorded in Wellington, virtually all of the trilogy's score was recorded in Watford Town Hall and mixed at Abbey Road Studios.

The score is primarily played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra , ranging from 93 to players throughout the recording. Even actors Billy Boyd , Viggo Mortensen , Liv Tyler , Miranda Otto extended cuts only for the latter two , and Peter Jackson for a single gong sound in the second film contributed to the score.

Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens served as librettists, writing lyrics to various music and songs, which David Salo translated into Tolkien's languages.

The third film's end song, " Into the West ", was a tribute to a young filmmaker Jackson and Walsh befriended named Cameron Duncan , who died of cancer in Shore composed a main theme for the Fellowship rather than many different character themes, and its strength and weaknesses in volume are depicted at different points in the series.

On top of that, individual themes were composed to represent different cultures. Infamously, the amount of music Shore had to write every day for the third film increased dramatically to around seven minutes.

The trilogy's online promotional trailer was first released on 27 April , and set a new record for download hits, registering 1. The Fellowship of the Ring was released 19 December A preview of The Two Towers was inserted just before the end credits near the end of the film's theatrical run.

The Lord of the Rings trilogy received widespread acclaim and is ranked among the greatest film trilogies ever made. No sweat. Peter Jackson's trilogy — or, as we like to call it, our preciousssss — exerted its irresistible pull, on advanced Elvish speakers and neophytes alike.

The series also drew acclaim from within the industry, including from Steven Spielberg , James Cameron and George Lucas. Ackerman, who once presented a film treatment to Tolkien, and appeared on Jackson's Bad Taste said his pitch "could never have been given the grand treatment that Peter Jackson afforded it.

However, some filmmakers were more critical. Heinz Edelmann , who pitched the idea of an animated feature when United Artists considered shooting the films with the Beatles, thought it was "badly directed.

After the films were released, however, Bakshi said that while, "on the creative side", he does "feel good that Peter Jackson continued" he begrudges Saul Zaentz for not notifying him of the live-action films.

He also said that, with his own film already made, Jackson could study it and therefore had "a little easier time than I did.

In fact, Jackson did acknowledge Bakshi's film as early as , when he told a worried fan that he hoped to outdo Bakshi, [35] as well as mentioning in the behind-the-scenes features that "the black Riders galloping out of Bree was an image I remember very clearly [ Jackson singles out his one homage to the cartoon: a low-angle shot of Odo Proudfoot calling out "Proudfeet!

Jackson's decision to do a scene that misdirects the audience to think the wraiths slew the Hobbits may also derive from Bakshi.

Other similarities, including a few costume designs such as Barliman's night attire and Bilbo's pants and scenes like the prologue or Saruman's speech to the Uruks, seem coincidental, as Jackson admits: "our film is stylistically very different and the design is different.

I don't care. The three films together were nominated for a total of 30 Academy Awards , of which they won 17, both records for any movie trilogy.

Commentators have compared Jackson's film trilogy with Tolkien's written work, remarking that while both have been extremely successful commercially, they differ in many respects.

Critics have admired Jackson's ability to film the long and complex work at all; the beauty of the cinematography , sets , and costumes; and the epic scale of his version of Tolkien's story.

They have however found the characters and the story greatly weakened by Jackson's emphasis on action and violence at the expense of psychological depth; the loss of Tolkien's emphasis on free will and individual responsibility; and the replacement of Frodo's inner journey by an American monomyth with Aragorn as the hero.

As for whether the film trilogy is faithful to the novel, opinions range from Verlyn Flieger 's feeling that a film adaptation is not even worth attempting, [] [] Wayne G.

Hammond 's opinion that the film sacrifices the book's richness of characterisation and narrative for violence, thrills, and cheap humour, [] or Christopher Tolkien 's view that Jackson's interpretation is unacceptable, [] to granting, with Jackson and Boyens, that the film version is inevitably different.

Dimitra Fimi suggests that Jackson was continuing Tolkien's tradition of adapting folklore, incorporating both the fans' views on that folklore and cinematic traditions such as the zombie in the film trilogy to produce its own modern folklore.

The first two films were released on standard two-disc edition DVDs containing previews of the next film. The success of the theatrical cuts brought about four-disc extended editions, with new editing, added special effects and music.

The extended cuts of the films and the included special features labeled "Appendices" as an homage to the books were spread over two discs, and a limited collector's edition was also released.

They have also played at cinemas, most notably for a 16 December marathon screening dubbed "Trilogy Tuesday" culminating in a late afternoon screening of the third film.

Attendees of "Trilogy Tuesday" were given a limited edition keepsake from Sideshow Collectibles containing one random frame of film from each of the three movies.

Both versions were put together in a Limited Edition " branching " version, plus a new feature-length documentary by Costa Botes.

The complete series was released in a six-disc set on 14 November Warner Bros. In , brand new Blu-ray steelbook editions of the five-disc Extended Editions were released.

The first, The Fellowship of the Ring , was released on 24 March The release of the films saw a surge of interest in The Lord of the Rings and Tolkien's other works, vastly increasing his impact on popular culture.

In addition to the cast, director Peter Jackson , screenwriter Philippa Boyens and composer Howard Shore were also present.

Furthermore, filmmaker Taika Waititi and castmate Bernard Hill also made an appearance. As a result of the series' success, Peter Jackson has become a major figure in the film industry in the mould of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas , in the process befriending some industry heavyweights like Bryan Singer and Frank Darabont.

Jackson has since founded his own film production company, Wingnut Films , as well as Wingnut Interactive, a video game company.

He was also finally given a chance to remake King Kong in The film was a critical and box office success, although not as successful as the Lord of the Rings series.

Jackson has been called a "favourite son" of New Zealand. Along with the Harry Potter films , the series has renewed interest in the fantasy film genre.

Tourism in New Zealand is up, possibly due to its exposure in the series, [] with the country's tourism industry waking up to an audience's familiarity.

As of , the exhibition has travelled to seven other cities around the world. A musical adaptation of the book was launched in Toronto , Canada, in , but it closed after mostly poor reviews.

A shortened version opened in London, United Kingdom, in the summer of The legacy of The Lord of the Rings is also that of court cases over profits from the trilogy.

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