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Movie locations depicted as travel locations: "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King", by studiomuti.co.za

.The Hobbit/Lord of The Rings

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LOTR: Return of the King Facts - It's one of the greatest critical and box-office successes of all time. It was only the 2nd film to ever gross $1 billion worldwide. It won all 11 Oscars that it was nominated4. Most notably, the film won the Oscar4 Best Picture, the first and only time a fantasy film has accomplished that. It was shot in New Zealand. It had a $94 million budget. It contains 1,488 visual effects shots and for the battle, they shot 450 motions for the massive digital horses.

As much as I love Aragorn and Arwen, I felt horrible for Eowyn. But all's well that ends well ... She marries Faramir, who becomes Steward of Gondor during King Elessar Telcontar (Aragorn) of Gondor's rule.

Day 4 (part 2): ok so it's hard to choose my favorite scene so I chose two. This is the second one: Battle of the Pelennor Fields. Loved this scene so much. But my favorite FAVORITE part is afterwards where Pippin finds Merry after the battle. Oh my gosh it made me cry at first it was so beautiful and amazing, their friendship ♥

I love Frodo and watching his transformation.

Life is a book, with many stories that begin just to end. Characters will be present in some stories, while others not. The setting will change, and so will the genre. it must be remembered that you determine the layout of each and every story. Know that the stories may end, but in life the book keeps going, until theres nothing left to write. Frodo Baggins

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King....I have a feeling LOTR will need it's own board soon. :)