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LOTR’s Extended Editions Coming To The Big Screen


LOTR’s Extended Editions Coming To The Big Screen

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Come June and Lord of the Rings fans will have much reason to celebrate, for in anticipation of the BluRay release of the Extended Editions of the Lord of the Rings films, AMC Theatres will be screening the very same director’s cuts of the films over three weeks in June.

Begin the epic journey of The Fellowship of the Ring (Extended Edition) on June 14th 2011, experience the union of The Two Towers (Extended Edition) on June 21st 2011, and behold the end of all things with The Return of the King (Extended Edition) on June 28th 2011.

And that’s not all…

Check back at TheOneRing.net for an EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT about these events in the coming weeks!

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