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Scoop Images: Elves Rohan AllBlacks Jumbos &Liv

Elven guards, Rohan riders, AllBlacks captains, low flying Jumbos & Liv Tyler and Peter Jackson were among the sights snapped at the Embassy Theatre door by Scoop's Daniel du Plessis yesterday. The Embassy theatre was one of 11 screens showing the premiere of the Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King in Wellington yesterday.


An Elven Guard On The Embassy Door


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Some Rohan await the arrival of the stars


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Air New Zealand jumbo flyover (1)


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Air New Zealand jumbo flyover (2)


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Peter Jackson


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Sean Astin and Liv Tyler


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Liv Tyler (2)


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All Black Captain Reuben Thorne


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All Black Vice Captain Tana Umaga


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Gandalf's Body Double

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