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"The battle for Helm's Deep is over. The battle for Middle Earth is about to begin." So ended the The Two Towers, with a victorious Gandalf the White warning of even bloodier battles to come.
Having saved the people of Rohan from the legions of Saruman, Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli and Gandalf muster the available forces for the ultimate battle that lies ahead. But before Aragorn can head into combat again, he needs to wrestle with his own destiny - determining whether to claim the crown that is rightfully his and deciding where his heart is leading him.
Frodo, Sam and Smeagol/Gollum, meanwhile, are edging closer to Mount Doom - the only place where the ring can be destroyed. The closer they get, however, the greater the danger. The dark lord Sauron can sense the ring, which is draining Frodo's strength away and driving Gollum to treachery.
Indeed, Gollum has a nasty surprise in mind for the Ringbearer, an evil eight-legged ambush that may see the ring change hands deep inside Mordor. And the fate of the ring will almost certainly determine the outcome of the battle for control of Middle Earth...
The Quest Fulfilled: A Director's Vision
A Filmmaker's Journey: Making The Return of the King
National Geographic Special - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
The Battle of Pelennor Fields
Samwise the Brave
Eowyn: White Lady of Rohan
Digital Horse Doubles
Orginial Theatrical Trailers and TV spots
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Supertrailer
Created for lordoftherings.net, take a closer look at the people and places of middle-earth:
Minas Tirith: Capital of Gondor
A special look at Electronic Arts' The Lord of the Rings Series of Video Games.
Sensational, if you haven't already seen it in cinema, why not? A worthy addition to your DVD library, not only for the excellent movie, but an extrodinary look behind the scenes, discover in-depth what it takes to make a film of this calibra. Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is an unforgetable finale to an extrodinary series.