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Monday, November 29, 2004

Etended ROTK!

http://www.lordoftherings.net/

Click on the left of the screen for the long and detailed extended version trailer. It is not just of the movie, but of the 20 hours of extra stuff! SO exciting! December 14 - what will you be doing?

Happy viewing!

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5 comments:

Meredith said...

SofH,

I just wanted to stop by and say I appreciate your comments on Carmon's blog. That topic can get pretty heated, and I respected how you didn't lose it when others took your words and ran with them.

Anyway, I am highly anticipating the release of the extended LOTR. I have one on hold for my husband for Christmas. My blog is called entdraughts.blogspot.com. Hopefully as people read it they will grow as Pippin and Merry grew when they drank the water form the Ents.

Blessings.

Coffee and a Muffin said...

Ahhhh, can't wait! Ours is pre-ordered from Overstock.com. Yippee!

Imladris2 said...

I wanted to echo Meredith's thoughts about your posts on Carmon's blog. Well thought out, balanced, and non-threatening. You said a lot of things I wanted to say but couldn't find the words.

What will I be doing on December 14th? Well, if I'm not in labor, I'll be watching RoTK of course :-) I'm sort of hoping for labor because I want to meet my son, but I'll settle for Peter Jackson :-)

Visit me at http://hampsonbaby.blog-city.com

Thanks again for your great comments and your thoughtful blog. I intend to become a regular visitor!

Anne Basso said...

Jennifer, the previous commenter, directed me to your website. Between your personal description and LOTR, I think we've found a kindred spirit. I look forward to reading more!

My husband just left for work after making me look up the release date for ROTK for the umpteenth time. He just decided it couldn't be his Christmas present as he is totally unwilling to wait until Christmas for it. It's nice to be the daddy. :-)

Student of History said...

Ladies:

Thank you so much for your kind words! The topic on Carmon's blog (http://buriedtreasurebooks.com/weblog.php) is certainly an inflammatory one, but it is also important. I especially appreciate that you understood I was not trying to fan the flames, but offer a different perspective.

How wonderful to meet fellow LOTR sisters! :+) If you have seen the new trailer that I linked to you will know why I am so excited. I certainly hope Jennifer is able to birth her son before then so she can settle on the couch with a new boy-bee and enjoy Peter Jackson's triumph! :+)

Warmly welcoming you to my blog - I am honored you are here.

SofH