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The Lord of the Rings

Return of the King December 17, 2003
The Two Towers December 2002
Fellowship of the Ring December 19, 2001


In middle Earth, hobbit Frodo Baggins inherits The One Ring from his uncle Bilbo. The dark lord Sauron needs only this ring to dominate all of middle earth. Frodo sets out with a few companions, the wizard Gandaulf, an elf, a dwarf, and his hobbit friends on a journey to destroy the ring. All star cast includes Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Sean Austin, Sean Bean, Orlando Bloom, Billy Boyd, Brad Dourif, Ian Holm, Christopher Lee, Dominic Monaghan, Viggo Mortensen, John Rhys-Davis, Andy Serkis, and Liv Tyler. Cate stars as Elvin queen Galadriel. She will have pointy prosthetic ears and will speak Elvish in the film. The director is the fabulous Peter Jackson (Heavenly Creatures). The filming took place in New Zealand. All three movies were filmed consecutively. Fellowship of the Rings was released December of 2001 followed by a DVD release in August 2003 and an extended film released to DVD in November 2003. The extended DVD for Fellowship of the Rings does contain more Cate scenes. The Two Towers was subsequently released December of 2002. Expect DVDs for The Two Towers to follow and the last installment of the films, Return of the King, in December 2003.

Cate Content

She has a small but pivotal role. Cate will appear in all three films.

Lord of the Rings Links

Lord of the Rings Official Site

Ringbearer and their interview Cate

IMDb: Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)  

Lord of the Rings Reviews

Ebert's Review of Fellowship of the Ring

Ebert's Review of The Two Towers

Ebert's Review for the Return of the King

Critics.com review of Fellowship

Critics.com review for Two Towers

Critics.com review for the Return of the King