Lord of The Rings: Script, Trailer, Plot and Much More!

Lord of The Rings is a very celebrated series of fantasy and adventure in a different universe altogether. It has three parts uptill now and has been directed by Peter Jackson. The three films have performed really well and have received praise from the critics and the audience alike. 

The three films are The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), The Two Towers (2002), and The Return of the King (2003). Although the series hasn’t received the same fame as Harry Potter, it has garnered enough respect in order to achieve global recognition and has been liked by most people.

The Box office collection of the first part was around $ 897.7 million while the budget was somewhere around $ 90 million. This in itself speaks volumes about the kind of success the film achieved. The film series went on to achieve 15 oscar awards which further explains how the critics also appreciated the story and the making of the film.

Name Lord of the Rings
Release 2001, 2002, 2003
Director  Peter Jackson
Total Box Office Collection $ 2.99 Billion
Produced By Barrie M. Osborne

The film is based on a novel written by J.R.R Tolkein written in 1954-55. The makers have beautifully told this story which has been loved by various people all over the globe and has a fan following of its own.

Is There Any Other Part of the Lord of the Rings?

When Amazon Original bought the global rights of the series in 2017, it was all over the news. It took Amazon $ 250 million in order to have the rights of the movie and then Amazon decided to come up with another part.

Amazon announced in 2019 that it would be shooting the fourth part of the series in New Zealand but after that, there was no news about anything. It was all really quiet until now.

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According to Esquire, the teaser of the fourth part will drop on February 13, 2022. It is exciting news for all the fans who have been eagerly waiting for a sequel and at last their thirst will be quenched.

Amazon also decided to finally disclose the title of the film too.The series will be called The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

What Is the Plot of the Lord of the Rings: the Rings of Power?

Before this part, the audiences only got to know the story of The One Ring but it will be revealed that before all of this, there are many rings in the movies that tend to tell their story which is quite exciting for everyone who is obsessed with these films.

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Besides talking about the rings, the new movie is expected to go back thousands of years before The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings existed and it will majorly explain and give a visual finesse of the times when various kingdoms saw glory and great power was invented while heroes were challenged in the most crucial ways and villains were the greatest and much more vicious than ever. This movie will talk of a time when hope was dying a bad death and people were fighting for anything and everything.

Which Was the Best Lord of the Rings Movie?

The Lord of the Rings : The Two Towers is said to be the best among the trilogy although the Hobbit trilogy is said to be better than the Lord of The Rings trilogy and is ranked higher. There are several reasons why the second part is considered to be the best though and let us explore those reasons in order to get a better understanding of this legacy.

Although the second part is considered the best in the books, it is said to be the worst as a film and that is majorly because of its slow speed in storytelling and moving the movie forwards. 

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In truth, the Return of the Kings is considered to be an actual masterpiece among the three movies and has performed extremely well. However, we can’t ignore that the entire series is a package and a must watch for everyone. The movie has a legacy of its own and has garnered a lot of respect over the years and is loved by many people.

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