Win a Pass to See The Extended Editions of The Lord of the Rings on the Big Screen
The Lord of the Rings trilogy is one of the all-time great sagas and we have very kindly been given a couple of passes to giveaway if you would like to see them on the big screen in their Extended Edition formats.
Most people know December 25th as Christmas Day, but in the pop-culture community it also marks the beginning of Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring’s epic journey to Mordor.
In case you aren’t familiar with the tradition of watching LotR during the holidays, here’s a bit of info about why fantasy fanatics (and movie lovers in general) consider these films the ultimate snow day watch: In addition to the significance of December 25th, all three films were originally released during the holidays – each one day earlier than the last on December 19, 2001, December 18, 2002 and December 17, 2003. Plus, the snow, elves and overall theme of friendship in the franchise all share the feeling of the holidays.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: Extended Edition – Flashback Film Series
Ian Holm, Andy Serkis, Marton Csokas, Craig Parker, Lawrence Makoare, Noel Appleby, Sala Baker, Megan Edwards, Michael Elsworth, Mark Ferguson, Brent McIntyre, Peter McKenzie, Ian Mune, Martyn Sanderson, Harry Sinclair, David Weatherley, Jono Manks, Philip Grieve, Alan Howard
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers: Extended Edition
Brian Sergent, Craig Parker, Joel Tobeck, Andy Serkis, Bernard Hill, Philip Grieve, Bruce Allpress, John Bach, Calum Gittins, John Leigh, Robyn Malcolm, Bruce Phillips, Olivia Tennet, Sala Baker, Jed Brophy, Robbie Magasiva, Ray Trickett, Stephen Ure
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King: Extended Edition
Nathaniel Lees, Marton Csokas, Brian Sergent, Craig Parker, Lawrence Makoare, Noel Appleby, Alexandra Astin, David Aston, John Bach, Sala Baker, Jed Brophy, Alistair Browning, Bruce Hopkins, Alan Howard, Ian Hughes, Bret McKenzie, Bruce Phillips, Todd Rippon, Shane Rangi, Thomas Robins, Harry Sinclair, Peter Tait, Stephen Ure, Joel Tobeck