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The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers

The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers

NEW ZEALAND PREMIERE AND AFTERPARTY

Date: Wednesday 18 December, 2002

Time: 4.30PM - Street Party

Location: COURTENAY PLACE WELLINGTON

In Attendance: Peter Jackson Richard Taylor Elijah Wood Dominic Monaghan Billy Boyd Karl Urban

Roadshow Film Distributors is delighted to bring the New Zealand Premiere of Peter Jackson’s THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS to Wellington.

Be in Courtney Place this afternoon to see the stars arrive at the New Zealand Premiere. MC Mikey Havoc will begin the festivities, announcing guests as they make their way into the Embassy Theatre.

After the Premiere screening, guests will be treated to an afterparty held at Te Papa where invitees include Charlotte Dawson and Mark Robinson, Sally Ridge and Adam Parore, Jon Toogood and Karl Kippenberger of Pacifier, Mandy Smith and Dean Barker, Jonah Lomu, Lee Tamahori and Sam Neill.

THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS releases nationwide on Thursday December 19, 2002.

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