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Xoanon von theonering.net hat angeblich aus seinen Quellen entnommen, daß Liv Tyler, Tocher von Aerosmith-Sänger Steve Tyler, offiziell gecastet wurde. Ob er einen Treffer gelandet hat, werden wir wohl erst in einigen Wochen erfahren.

Die Jungs von theonering.com haben seltsame Geheimskizzen aus Neuseeland erhalten, die das Design der Orks verraten sollen. Naja, wenn ihr euch auch die anderen Skizzen anschauen wollt, surft doch einfach mal da vorbei.

Zu guterletzt gibt es bei reel.com einen Artikel zum neusten Stand der Dinge. Hier ein kurzer Ausschnitt:

"With the unofficial confirmation that British horror legend Christopher Lee is joining its cast, anticipation is starting to skyrocket for Peter Jackson's upcoming fantasy trilogy, The Lord of the Rings. Based on the beloved novels by J.R.R. Tolkien, Rings is currently still only in pre-production, but the pre-release buzz is starting to percolate at a pitch on par with The Phantom Menace.

New Line Films, the studio bankrolling what may prove formidable competition for that other trilogy, has confirmed some of the rumors surrounding Rings production. The three films (Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King) will be filmed back-to-back in Jackson's native New Zealand, with the Heavenly Creatures director also co-writing and co-producing. Over 1,200 special effects shots will be supplied by Jackson's own special effects company, WETA Digital, which has worked over the last two years to develop technology to dutifully render Tolkien's fantasy world. As Jackson put it in a New Line press release, "It has taken 45 years for filmmaking technology to finally catch up with Tolkien's imagination." The director also has the daunting task of meeting the expectations of Lord of the Rings fans worldwide: considered one of the greatest fantasy sagas of all time, the trilogy has sold over 50 million copies and been translated into 25 different languages since it was first published in 1954..."

den ganzen Artikel gibts bei reel.com .


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