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Subject:A Journey With Frodo~Ch.21~'Reunion in Cannes'
Time:08:38 pm
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I promised some people that I'd post the latest chapter of 'Journey' before Christmas - I knew that if I didn't finish it today it would mean I would have to go back on my word but I've just made it by the skin of my teeth! It probably needs some editing as in the end it was done in a bit of a rush but I can see to that after Christmas. This chapter focuses solely on the Cannes Film Festival in May 2001. It is quite a short chapter compared to most of the others but I felt it warranted a chapter to itself! This event must have been such a magical time for Elijah, reunited with his co-stars in that beautiful place – the world’s press gathered and hanging on their every word – and none of the films yet released, it all still lay before them. I love to watch videos from this time - I see Elijah sitting with his fellow hobbits on that sunny day, just twenty years old, and wonder if he realised he was on the brink of something massive.

For anyone unfamiliar with my pet project, 'A Journey With Frodo' (a work in progress) is the story of Elijah Wood's experience in becoming Frodo, from back in 1998 when the LOTR movies were just a whisper up to the triumphant Oscars of Feb 2004. In reliving Elijah's journey, and mine, I am using everything I can lay my hands on - behind-the-scenes material from the various dvd's, magazine articles, books, internet sites, tv coverage, word-of-mouth info, etc. Previous chapters can be found here "A JOURNEY WITH FRODO" You'll need to scroll down to find Chapter 1:)












The Screening : Director Peter Jackson unveiled a 25-minute clip of the trilogy that introduced key characters--including Bilbo, Galdalf, Frodo and Aragorn--and featured a montage from the second and third installments. But the event's centerpiece was a visually astounding 14-minute sequence set in the Mines of Moria that showcased Jackson's commanding grasp of Tolkien lore and special-effects technology. Jackson said he wrestled with the decision over which footage to include, but ultimately chose to put the emphasis on action in order to satisfy New Line's international distribution partners.Both aficionados and neophytes were captivated, with some attendees calling it the most compelling thing they'd seen since the original Star Wars, which as Tolkien fans know, borrowed many of its precepts from his work. (Eonline)

At the airport


Posing with a fan at the hotel




“We met up first at the downtown cinema where we were to be shown, ahead of the distributors and selected media, the first completed footage from the trilogy. Extra sound equipment was installed to ensure the full Dolby onslaught. I sat near the back, next to Saruman and Mrs Lee, with Frodo in front of me. Peter Jackson and Bob Shaye, New Line's supremo, welcomed us and warned us that not everything we would see was entirely finished. They could have fooled me….

…With relief and some excitement I can report that Peter Jackson's images not only look convincing they look stunning -- like an Alan Lee picture book come to life. That goes for all the actors' performances and the non-actors too, now I've seen the cave troll and Balrog deep in the Moria mines. The Moria extract ended with Gandalf's "You shall not pass!" followed by some tempting bits from the second and third films. We shamelessly applauded ourselves. The Hobbit actors whooped. And Elijah asked to see it all over again.”
(Ian McKellan, The Grey Book)



BOXOFFICE: "And what are your impressions?"

WOOD: "Speechless. We all sat in Cannes and witnessed the screening of the 25-minute cut, and we were absolutely blown away. We literally couldn't articulate what we felt about it after it stopped. We just asked them to play it again, because we were so dumbfounded. It was incredible. One of the cool things about being a part of this movie was that while we were making the film, though we were most of the time dealing with realistic imagery that we could actually interact with, i.e., big sets or people in costume, there are a lot of times where we had to work against a blue screen, or there were CG characters that weren't actually there to interact with us, or the wider shots we did and the landscapes [were] doctored later with added stuff in the background. So seeing the film in its completed form -- there's so much there that's new to all of us. So, when we actually finally see the films, we'll share that state of shock, because it will be so very different from what [we did] on the day, or what we had imagined."

"A stirringly heroic Sir Ian McKellen was part of the biggest splash at this year's quiet Cannes Film Festival, as Lord of the Rings--the 25 minutes of it screened by New Line Cinema--was the hottest ticket in town. (The openly gay knight was featured in a tense action scene as Gandalf, while Elijah Wood's Frodo looked delectable.)" (The Advocate)

"There is a section where Sam is hovering over an exhausted and beaten Frodo in Mordor. Their faces are chapped and burned. This is the contrast I was talking about before. In Hobbiton they look so young and healthy. In Mordor they are hideously challenged and decrepit. Sam had some very painful looking sores on his mouth and face ...

We have a lot of clips of battles and landscapes. It truly is amazing looking at the New Zealand landscape as Middle-earth. I guarantee we are all going to want to go there next year, if we don't already want to! Go NZ Tourism Board! Heh…

The last clip shows Frodo at the cracks of doom. It's that critical point where Frodo chooses not to destroy the ring. Elijah Wood plays the part perfectly as the power of the ring overcomes him and he puts it on. "I will not destroy it! The Ring is mine!" (torn)



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The Interviews: At a press conference on Friday, Jackson addressed the international media, along with producer Barrie Osborne, effects co-ordinator Richard Taylor, writer Phillippa Boyens and executive producer Mark Ordesky. The team addressed topics including the need to remain faithful to the spirit of the books, their communal passion for the material, budget concerns and the long struggle to get LOTR made.
Cast members were equally passionate about the project - especially the men. All members of "the fellowship" acquired matching souvenir tattoos, which they showed to the press on Friday.Asked for a translation of the tattooed Middle Earth symbols, Ian McKellen, relishing the air of mystery, would only say, "This means you're in the fellowship."


The impressive cast seats - I'm not sure if they actually sat in them for the press con.










Wood called the film "an experience of great magnitude and profundity. It's impossible not to get swamped into this world when you're working as long and as hard as we did."(Eonline)







Nineteen-year-old[20] Elijah Wood, who plays Frodo, spent a full year [16 months] in New Zealand on the project, losing touch with his L.A. actor friends in the process, but learning how to surf and scuba dive in exchange: "It's hard to pack, knowing you're going to go away for a year," he said. "So I packed everything I owned."

Wood was not in consideration for the role initially -- Jackson and his casting agents were searching in England for the right actor. But Wood loved the book, and got a friend to videotape him reading a section from it for his audition.

"We'd seen about two-hundred Frodos and we were beginning to despair. Then this package arrived, we put it on and said, 'Of course,' " Jackson says ...

But everyone agrees one human star who will emerge is Wood, with his fine features and big solemn eyes, that make him look like Winona Ryder's little brother. As Lee says: "He looks like an elf. I know he's a hobbit here, but he has a very Elvish face, and it's instantly recognizable. I told him, after December he won't be able to walk down the street."

"I'm very glad I'm in disguise," says Sir Ian McKellen. "If anyone asks, I'll say, 'I'm sorry, but Gandalf was actually played by John Hurt.' " Wood looks uncomfortable when Lee's comment is mentioned, but he shrugs: "Yeah, I guess things are going to be different. I don't know what it's going to be like, though this film can potentially have a pretty big impact. There's a certain amount of surreality, if that's a word, to what we do. . . but I'll just take it day by day and try to go on my merry way, whatever happens."

Spoken like a true Frodo, before he is swept away by a publicist to join a truckload of his fellow hobbits to drive back to the city. As we walk down the cobbled lane, the cast, in small gray vans, races by us, waving. Inevitably someone calls out: "Elvish has left the building." (Globe & Mail)






Appropriately, the hobbits are interviewed next to a model of Bag End:








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The Party: At Sunday's exclusive celebration, the 19th-century Chateau de Castellaras was elaborately decorated to resemble Middle Earth, with set pieces flown in from New Zealand and meticulously reconstructed.
Bilbo's home was there for guests to crouch in, and objects displayed in the castle included Gandalf's staff, Galadriel's vial and various swords.
The bar was at least seven feet high, leaving guests to feel like actual Hobbits as they reached up for glasses of ale. On the grounds of the castle, an enormous cave troll was erected from polystyrene. Costumed players, some replete with elf ears, served food and drink. And hundreds of partygoers danced into the night. (Eonline)









"The cast were there in force and demonstrating for the first of many times what an indefatigable team of advocates they were for the film and its director. John Rhys-Davies told the world that LOTR was going to be bigger than Star Wars, Ian McKellan and Christopher Lee traded wizard-lore and the four Hobbit actors ran around like kids let out to play.

"It was a reunion" says Elijah Wood. 'For us, it was like the LOTR vacation! It was quite bizarre to have invaded France like we did , with our set pieces and memorabilia, but it was an incredible experience for everyone involved with the film because the reception from those who'd seen the footage was so exciting. It felt like the party was our own celebration of how far we'd come and what we'd accomplished.' (Peter Jackson:A Film-Maker's Journey~Brian Sibley)







“I’ve gained a brother in Elijah Wood. I’ve been such a profoundly great admirer of his work. He is only 20 years old – he was 18 when I met him – but even then I had known of his work for 8-10 years. I’d seen him in ‘Avalon’, I’d seen him in ‘The Good Son’, in ‘Forever Young’, in ‘North’ – I am an Elijah Wood fanatic!! I think his work as a young performer has been so focussed and so powerful, and the idea that I was going to commune with him, and get to learn from him, even though he is 10 years my junior, I knew was going to be an extraordinary opportunity.” (Sean Astin - Red Carpet interview, Cannes Party)









The contents of the goodie bag given to the guests: (pics from torn)






A funny little story from 'Heat' concerning one of the items in the goodie bag:


The guests were also given a booklet: (pics from torn)


Inside page of booklet signed by some cast members:


To download this booklet from the official LOTR site, click on the link below:

http://www.lordoftherings.net/legend/lands/cannes/la_cannes_booklet.html

At the bottom of the page, under the sword where it says "click here to view the official lotr Cannes booklet", right click/save target. It's a pdf file so you'll need to have or download Adobe Reader.

"Hey-ho to the bottle I go!"




Elijah is amused when one of the photographers calls him 'Nigel'!




"We're inviting people from the outside world into our world tonight!"


"I think we’ve worked painstakingly hard to capture the essence and hopefully we have done that.”

"There were quite a few famous faces hanging around these infamous landmarks from The Hobbit. We spotted Arwen talking casually with a group of important people from Middle-earth's entertainment business. Like a streak of light, we caught a quick glimpse of Frodo as he bolted by to meet up with Samwise." (torn)



"Asked what would Frodo say if he were to witness the festive spectacle, Wood said, "Frodo would just raise his glass." And he did." (Eonline)



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But everyone agrees one human star who will emerge is Wood, with his fine features and big solemn eyes, that make him look like Winona Ryder's little brother. As Lee says: "He looks like an elf. I know he's a hobbit here, but he has a very Elvish face, and it's instantly recognizable. I told him, after December he won't be able to walk down the street."


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TO BE CONTINUED

Link to all chapters: "A JOURNEY WITH FRODO"
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shirebound
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Time:2008-12-22 11:29 pm (UTC)
Elijah looks so beautiful. And omigosh, Viggo's hair!

I don't know how you do it. This is absolutely wonderful, and believe it or not, almost every one of these pictures and quotes is new to me. I can't thank you enough for these gifts you bring us, and the memories you capture and heighten and to which you add your special magic. What a holiday gift!

♥ you

Edited at 2008-12-23 12:04 am (UTC)
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:19 pm (UTC)
Many thanks - I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter and that a lot of it was new to you. Elijah did look very beautiful at this event - and, especially in the pics at the party, he looks ready to burst with happiness! Thanks again for the mention on your LJ:)

*hugs*
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primula_baggins
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Time:2008-12-22 11:58 pm (UTC)
"We shamelessly applauded ourselves. The Hobbit actors whooped. And Elijah asked to see it all over again.”

Awww!

"It's hard to pack, knowing you're going to go away for a year," he said. "So I packed everything I owned."

Hee! I’ll bet that wasn’t very much, knowing Elijah as I think I do. :D

“I told him, after December he won't be able to walk down the street."

That is true. He’s recognized nearly everywhere, now.

In some of the photos he still looks like Casey from the Faculty, doesn’t he? But he’s so gorgeous in all the photos. As always, you’ve shown me many photos and other info that I’ve not seen before.

I read somewhere that it was after this Cannes viewing that New Line knew for sure it had a hit.

Thanks so much, not_alone. What a lovely Christmas present!



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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:22 pm (UTC)
Many thanks - I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter:) I've always thought he looked exceptionally gorgeous at Cannes, and I hadn't thought about it before but there is a look of Casey about him in some pics:)
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:23 pm (UTC)
And Happy Holidays to you too, dear Mews:)

I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter and that a lot of it was new to you:)
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verangel
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Time:2008-12-23 12:21 am (UTC)
You're amazing!!! This is wonderful. I was not part of all this in the beginning. I missed so much. I think Elijah was his most gorgeous here in his red shirt and longer hair and vibrant open, strong face. Wide eyed and excited. He stood out and it seemed so fitting that he did.
I can't thank you enough for these fantastic accounts you bring. Its priceless. Hugs you so close. I will digest more later. xoxoox v
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:27 pm (UTC)
Many thanks:) Elijah did look exceptionally gorgeous at Cannes - he seemed to be bursting with happiness and that just shines from him, I think. At that stage I still wasn't part of it either - it was another 8 months before I realised what I'd been missing! *hugs*
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telstar_gold
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Time:2008-12-23 12:31 am (UTC)
Another amazing wealth of goodies! This was all new to me, and absolutely fascinating. I must say, I like Elijah's red shirt (better than some of the shirts he wears these days :O) and the pin-stripe suit! Thanks so much for rushing this out in time for Christmas - now relax, and take a break! :))
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:31 pm (UTC)
Many thanks - glad you enjoyed it:) Elijah did look wonderful in that outfit - it was perfect for the event.

I can't relax just yet as I have all the family coming over for Christmas - but I certainly intend to afterwards!! :)
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bellewood
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Time:2008-12-23 12:36 am (UTC)
I'm ashamed to say, that i still haven't caught up properly with this wonderful, incredible and stunning journey...all i seem to have time for is to look at the pictures, and i really do want to wallow in all the glorious details that you've provided us with. I wish there was some way i could print it all out.. from the start.. and read it at my leisure. Hopefully, while i'm off on my Christmas break i'll find the time to do it the justice it deserves!

I've just had a quick flick through the beautiful pictures.. so many that i haven't seen before! You're doing an amazing job with this my friend .. definitely a labour of the deepest love. Elijah looks sooo lovely, so young and fresh and full of excitement.. on the cusp of a fame and notoriety that will change his life forever!

Like Shirebound said.. what a wonderful Christmas gift. THANK YOU!
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:36 pm (UTC)
Elijah looks sooo lovely, so young and fresh and full of excitement.. on the cusp of a fame and notoriety that will change his life forever!

Exactly!! He seems to be bursting with happiness and it just shines from him! I don't think he could have imagined in his wildest dreams just how massive the impact of LOTR would be. It seems strange to me now to think that at that time I had never heard of Elijah Wood!!

*hugs*
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peripety
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Time:2008-12-23 02:22 am (UTC)
It had to be thrilling for the cast to reunite and get this first taste of what LOTR would bring to their lives and careers once the rest of the world realized what PJ and the cast had created.

A truly wonderful Christmas treat! Thank you, sweetie!!!
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:38 pm (UTC)
You're very welcome - I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter:)
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mechtild
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Time:2008-12-23 02:27 am (UTC)
What a great Christmas present, Paulie!!! You said it was short, but it kept going on and on and on, with great quotes and so many great pictures! I just love that red satin shirt on Elijah at twenty. He looked so *cute*!!
ETA: Calling him "so cute" is really very faint praise, I realised when I read what Verangel wrote. She says so much better why he looks so great in the red shirt photos:

Elijah was his most gorgeous here in his red shirt and longer hair and vibrant open, strong face. Wide eyed and excited. He stood out and it seemed so fitting that he did..

I wanted to say I loved that line talking about EW submitting his audition tape: "Wood loved the book" (and then sent in a video tape of him reading from it). That article was written early on, I'll bet. :) And it drew a wry smile from me that the Advocate reporter's comment on Frodo was that he looked "delectable". He certainly did.

The other line I was going to pull out to quote back to you is the one you already pulled out yourself: Christopher Lee remarking on Frodo's very Elvish looks.

Thanks SO MUCH, Paulie, and have a beautiful, comfortable Christmas. (Comfortable pain-wise, I mean.)

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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:44 pm (UTC)
ETA: Calling him "so cute" is really very faint praise, I realised when I read what Verangel wrote

Yes, Verangel described him perfectly - but he was cute as well:D
And delectable!!

I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter, Mechtild - and although I'll be very busy I should be pain-free at Christmas as the tablets have worked very well and I'm getting more tolerant of them now. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas too:)
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_celebrian
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Time:2008-12-23 03:40 am (UTC)
Fabulous as always! :-) Your Journey chapters are always a treat, but because of the timing, this is a wonderful Christmas gift and I thank you.

As always, there were quite a few new things to me as well as some things I've seen before but enjoyed seeing again. I so wish that I had been there. That time at Cannes seemed so magical and special and less stressful than the earlier filming and the later promotion.
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:47 pm (UTC)
Many thanks - I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter - and thanks again for the mention in your limerick:)
I so wish that I had been there. That time at Cannes seemed so magical and special and less stressful than the earlier filming and the later promotion

That's very true - and I would loved to have been there too:)
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annwyn55
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Time:2008-12-23 04:21 am (UTC)
What a wonderful Christmas gift! I've been looking forward to this - I lost most of my Fellowship Cannes pics when my comp died, and I knew you'd come up with the ones I loved. And more that I haven't seen, too!

Elijah was at his most attractive here - right on the cusp of manhood, so to speak. His enthusiasm and excitement just shines out of his face and it's easy to see why his fellow actors think so much of him. Thank you for bringing it all back to me in such a satisfying way. Happy Holidays, my dear.
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:51 pm (UTC)
Many thanks - I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter and that I've managed to come up with some of the pics you lost:)

Elijah did look exceptionally beautiful here, and about to burst with happiness and excitement, bless him.!

And Happy Holidays to you too, dear Annwyn:)
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lisabellex
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Time:2008-12-23 08:10 am (UTC)
Fabulous account and pictures. Really breath-taking. Seeing pictures of the actors together makes me feel so warm and nostalgic.

Thank you so much!

:D
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 10:52 pm (UTC)
You're very welcome - I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter:)
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mole_caz
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Time:2008-12-23 02:30 pm (UTC)
Wonderful! Most of these pictures are new to me and the hobbits positively glowed at Cannes didn't they? I have to say that Elijah was probably at his most lovely stage at this time. His hair, skin, eyes - all stunningly beautiful. He's still a lovely looking guy but he's lost a softness to his face which is inevitable as he grows older.

I have so enjoyed your travels and would love to see all your chapters published into one volume.
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janejanejane
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Time:2008-12-23 04:51 pm (UTC)
Oh yes, what a wonderful idea!!!! One volume with all these memories... :-)
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janejanejane
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Time:2008-12-23 04:50 pm (UTC)
*sigh*...

Such happy times, wish I could have been there at Cannes! But your chapter is the next best thing, thanks! Glad you felt well enough to post and share all this delicious nostalgia with us :-)

I'm so grateful to you for taking the time and making the effort to put this together to remind us of what a wonderful and exciting experience this LOTR phenomenon was and how fortunate we were to share in it. At Christmas the excitement of a new film being released, the anticipation, the thrill when we actually got to see each movie as the trilogy unfolded... Magical!

If it were not for PJ and of course Professor Tolkien, how much poorer my life would be. I would never have discovered Elijah and the friends I have made through my appreciation/love for him and I would never have visited New Zealand and experienced its beauty for myself. My life was changed forever, for the better!

Thank you again, I really enjoy these reminiscences and returning to those happy days. Elijah looks gorgeous, especially in that red shirt ;-)

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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 11:06 pm (UTC)
"Such happy times, wish I could have been there at Cannes"

Me too!!

"At Christmas the excitement of a new film being released, the anticipation, the thrill when we actually got to see each movie as the trilogy unfolded"

*sigh* I miss all that sooo much!

I'm so glad you're enjoying this Jane - it is a wonderful bonus to know that something I really enjoy working on is also bringing pleasure to dear friends like you:)

And yes - Elijah does look very gorgeous in the red shirt!!
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(Anonymous)
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Time:2008-12-23 10:39 pm (UTC)
Hi Pauline, I hope you're feeling better.

Thank you so much for posting this chapter in time for Christmas.

What gorgeous, gorgeous images, and so many I have not seen before. I missed all the pre-release hype for the films. In fact at the time the cast were reuniting in Cannes I had no idea that LOTR had been filmed. It was only when I went to the cinema with my sister and nephew that I saw the trilogy trailer for the first time ~ well, as a long-time book LOTR and Frodo fan, I almost jumped out of my seat with excitement!

It's wonderful to look at this chapter of 'Journey' and see the joy on their faces. It's clear the actors are delighted at being together again. I love Elijah's enthusiasm on viewing that footage in Cannes. His Frodo certainly is delectable.

Merry Christmas, and Happy Birthday! (I'll be sending your card via e-mail.)

~ Blossom.
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-23 11:21 pm (UTC)
Hi Blossom, yes I'm feeling much better, thank you. The tablets have worked very well so I'm now pain-free, and I'm gradually getting used to them so I'm not as tired as I was.

In fact at the time the cast were reuniting in Cannes I had no idea that LOTR had been filmed.

Neither had I!! And it seems so strange now to think I had no idea who EW was at that time!! It would be another 8 months until the start of it all for me!

I'm glad you enjoyed this chapter and that some of the pics were new to you:)

I have thanked you in a previous post but as you may have missed it - many thanks for the lovely Christmas card. I hope mine reached you safely - I got into such a mess with my cards this year, I even managed to send someone two cards!! (I blame the tablets!). Have a lovely Christmas:)
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julchen11
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Time:2008-12-24 02:52 am (UTC)
It's incredible what you are doing, sweetie. This journey is absolutely fantastic, almost every picture and quotes is new to me. Thanks you soooo very much for giving this gems to us, my dear.
I'm so glad that I take part of this wonderful journey.

Merry Christmas, my dear! Enjoy this charming season with all its magic!

Love and hugs,
Julchen
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not_alone
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Time:2008-12-28 11:09 pm (UTC)
Many thanks, Judith - I'm so glad you're enjoying the 'Journey':)
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