Lord Of The Rings Quotes by Sean Bean, Molly Quinn, Cheo Hodari Coker, Paul W. S. Anderson, Bella Poarch, Duncan Jones and many others.
I’m proud of Lord of the Rings. I think it’s a once in a lifetime role, and a once in a lifetime film. It was made with so much care and passion and meticulous detail and everybody was so behind it.
I love, love, love fantasy, like ‘Lord of the Rings’ and things like that.
What Peter Jackson proved with ‘Lord Of The Rings’ movies is that you could make various changes, and you could pull things around, but as long as it was in the spirit of the storytelling, and because he made The Shire so real, the fans forgave him for the changes.
Tolkien was influenced by South Africa when he was writing ‘Lord of the Rings.’ It’s really epic scenery.
I love ‘Lord of the Rings.’
When Peter Jackson made the ‘Lord of the Rings’ movies, I remember there was a concern that people who didn’t read Tolkien wouldn’t go see the first one. But the films were so good in their own right that the audience grew beyond the readership of the book.
If outsider perspectives made ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Dark Knight’ into fantastic franchises, imagine what would happen if you brought in the perspectives of women and people of color.
‘Lord of the Rings’ was my jam. I was so depressed when I realized that I couldn’t live in Middle-earth. And I was so sad when I was eleven and didn’t get a letter from Hogwarts saying that I was going to be a wizard!
Iwas not a reader at all, not until I discovered ‘The Hobbit.’ That changed my life. It gave me the courage to read. It led me to the ‘Lord of the Rings’ series. And once I’d read that, I knew I could read anything because I had just read thousands of pages.
‘The Lord of the Rings,’ obviously, had a huge, huge impact on me. I read a lot of ‘Hardy Boys,’ also. I liked the equation, that it was always the same but a little bit different. There’s something comforting about those books.
A friend forced me to watch ‘The Lord of the Rings,’ and even though it was a fantastic movie, I could only watch one.
That was the big effect Lord of the Rings had on me. It was discovering New Zealand. And even more precious were the people- not at all like the Australians.
‘Lord of the Rings’ was 2001, 2002, and 2003, but Twitter didn’t start until 2007!
Asking the director of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ to read my novel was exactly as terrifying as you’d think. I came this close to not doing it because I was so embarrassed. But he was so gracious about it.
Before ‘Lord of the Rings,’ some people would have just classed Peter Jackson as a horror director. But there is a mind there.
‘Lord of the Rings’ was a childhood favorite, though the adult Rae wishes the women in those books had more significance and agency.
I’d already started directing short films when we were doing ‘Lord of the Rings,’ then videogame projects.