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LOTR: The Two Towers Exclusive Footage Release

The Lord Of The Rings:
The Two Towers

Exclusive Footage Release

Fans of Peter Jackson’s acclaimed film “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” are soon to be treated to a special sneak preview of the second instalment in the trilogy, THE TWO TOWERS.

On March 29, 2002 a three and ½ minute advance look at selected footage from THE TWO TOWERS will be globally released at theatres.

THE TWO TOWERS Preview will be attached to prints of THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING between the end of the film and the credit sequence. This advance footage has been created by Peter Jackson specifically for the fans.

For screening times of THE TWO TOWERS Preview, people should contact their local theatre or check cinema directories.

THE TWO TOWERS is scheduled for release in cinemas throughout New Zealand and Australia in December 2002 and is distributed by Roadshow Film Distributors.


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