Almost 20 years ago, on December 19, 2001, director Peter Jackson’s directorial debut The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring, created and would continue to generate more $ 897 million worldwide At the box office. Although the original films and the following Hobbit The trilogy is based on the timeless novels of JRR Tolkien, the films have taken on their own legend. And now that this anniversary is almost here, it is obvious that a new ultimate collector’s edition box would come out that includes both trilogies and bonus hours in one package (almost five pounds!).
Inside the set you’ll find all six films (theatrical and extended editions) remastered on 4K discs, Blu-ray, and digital download. There’s even an exclusive Blu-ray bonus disc that features the original 26 minutes of the first film. cannes film festival presentation reel of 2001 and three special reunions of the cast of the first trilogy at the Alamo Drafthouse, hosted by Tolkien superfan Stephen Colbert. In total, the set includes 31 discs, plus Blu-ray commentary tracks.
If you want more tangible bonuses, there’s a 64-page behind-the-scenes booklet that features costume designs, set photographs, and production notes. And you’ll also get seven double-sided travel postcards featuring illustrations based on Middle-earth locations.
This massive set is now available for pre-order on Amazon for $ 240 and will be released on October 26. If you’re a Potterhead as well, be sure to check out the Harry Potter 4K and Blu-ray franchise set that is inside a replica of the Hogwarts train.
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