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Scoop Images: ROTK Stars On Courtenay (1)

Images taken by Theonering.net's Demosthenes at today's red carpet premiere of the Lord of the Rings - The Return Of The King. The view from inside the media scrum. See also.. Scoop Images: ROTK Stars On Courtenay (2)


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Director Peter Jackson


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Tanya Rodgers - Weta Special FX


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Richard Taylor - Weta Special FX


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Andrew Lesnie


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Elijah Wood - Frodo


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Orlando Bloom - Legolas


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Viggo Mortensen - Arragorn


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Sir Ian McKellen - Gandalf


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Andy Serkis - Gollum


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Sean Astin, wife Christine & daughter


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Billy Boyd - Pippen


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John Rhys-Davies - Gimli


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Hugo Weaving - Elrond


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