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So You’re Not Invited To The Lotr World Premiere?


So You’re Not Invited To The Lotr World Premiere ?

People around New Zealand who are not invited to the world premiere of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King will be able to watch it all live on http://www.stuff.co.nz

News and information site http://www.stuff.co.nz will be streaming live coverage provided by CityLink’s ( http://www.citylink.co.nz) web cameras on the red carpet outside The Embassy Theatre in Wellington. Viewers can watch on their computer as Hollywood moguls and the cast and crew of Peter Jackson’s Oscar-winning trilogy sashay past crowds of fans next Monday, December 1.

Access to the live web stream will be available through http://www.stuff.co.nz ’s dedicated Lord of the Rings section from 1pm on Monday.

The Lord of the Rings section was launched to provide in depth coverage of the lead up to the world premiere including daily news updates and a gallery of images including the arrival of the movie’s stars and the Embassy Theatre getting ready.

The Lord of the Rings section will remain active until December 5.

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