Details, but do they make it better?
Improving on almost universal acclaim is like carrying a powerful ring across dangerous territory to a distant mountain. Director Peter Jackson has tried just that – aiming for a more complete version of one of the highest-grossing movies in cinema history by adding 48 minutes to The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Most filmmakers would move on satisfied after completing the epic trilogy so triumphantly. But before shooting King Kong, Jackson extended the three-hour 21-minute version that screened in cinemas last summer and won a record 11 Oscars. [More]Posted in Old Main News on December 1, 2004 by xoanon