The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

Lord of the Rings The Two Towers

As Sauron’s powers increases. His partners develop. The Ringwraiths return in a significantly really startling structure. Saruman’s multitude of Uruk-hai is prepared to dispatch an attack against Aragorn and individuals of Rohan. However, the Cooperation is broken and Boromir is dead.

Frodo and Sam walk on into Mordor, unprotected for the little expectation that is left. A few new partners get together with Aragorn, Gimli, Legolas, Pippin, and Joyful, and they should guard Rohan and assault Isengard. However, Sauron’s soldiers mass toward Gondor, for the Conflict of the Ring is going to start while this is going on.

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

PG-13
Duration: 2h 59min
Release Date: 18 Dec 2002
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama
Director: Peter Jackson
IMDb: 8.7

Box Office Collection

Budget: $94,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend USA: $62,007,528, Dec 22 2002
Gross USA: $342,551,365
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $947,495,095

Awards:

Academy Awards, USA 2003
Best Sound Editing
Ethan Van der Ryn
Mike Hopkins
Best Visual Effects
Jim Rygiel
Joe Letteri
Randall William Cook
Alex Funke
BAFTA Awards 2003
Audience Award

Best Costume Design
Ngila Dickson
Richard Taylor
Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects
Jim Rygiel
Joe Letteri
Randall William Cook
Alex Funke
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2004
Best DVD Special Edition Release
For the Extended Edition.
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2003
Best Fantasy Film
Best Supporting Actor
Andy Serkis
Best Costumes
Ngila Dickson
Richard Taylor
Tied with Trisha Biggar for Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002).
Best Make-Up
Peter Owen
Peter Swords King
AFI Awards, USA 2003
Movie of the Year
Angel Awards 2003
Best Adventure Picture
Art Directors Guild 2003
Period or Fantasy Film
Grant Major (production designer)
Dan Hennah (supervising art director)
Joe Bleakley (art director)
Rob Outterside (art director)
Philip Ivey (art director)
Mark Robins (art director)
Jules Cook (assistant art director)
Ross McGarva (assistant art director)
Jacqui Allen (assistant art director)
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 2003
Top Box Office Films
Howard Shore
For Panic Room
Australian DVD and Video Industry Awards 2004
Best Marketing Campaign for a Retail Title
Roadshow Entertainment
Australian Film Institute 2003
Best Foreign Film Award
Peter Jackson
Barrie M. Osborne
Fran Walsh
Awards Circuit Community Awards 2002
Best Director
Peter Jackson
Tied with Roman Polanski for The Pianist (2002).
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Andy Serkis
Best Achievement in Art Direction
Grant Major
Dan Hennah
Alan Lee
Best Achievement in Cinematography
Andrew Lesnie
Best Achievement in Costume Design
Ngila Dickson
Richard Taylor
Tied with Colleen Atwood for Chicago (2002).
Best Achievement in Film Editing
Michael Horton
Best Original Score
Howard Shore
Best Achievement in Visual Effects
Best Achievement in Sound
Bogey Awards, Germany 2003
Bogey Award in Titanium
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2013
Best Digital Acting Performance
Andy Serkis
For playing “Gollum”.
Chlotrudis Awards 2003
Best Adapted Screenplay
Fran Walsh
Philippa Boyens
Stephen Sinclair
Peter Jackson
Gold Derby Awards 2003
Visual Effects
Jim Rygiel
Director
Peter Jackson
Breakthrough Performance
Andy Serkis
As Gollum
Art Direction
Grant Major
Dan Hennah

Casts

Bruce AllpressAldor
Sean AstinSam
John BachMadril
Sala BakerMan Flesh Uruk
Cate BlanchettGaladriel
Orlando BloomLegolas
Billy BoydPippin
Jed BrophySharku / Snaga
Sam ComeryEothain

Writing Credits

J.R.R. Tolkien(novel)
Fran Walsh(screenplay) &
Philippa Boyens(screenplay) &
Stephen Sinclair(screenplay) &
Peter Jackson(screenplay)

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