The Lord of the Rings film set of three is included three real to life dream epic movies; The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003). For effortlessness, the titles are at times truncated to ‘LOTR’, with ‘FotR’, ‘TTT’, and ‘RotK’ for every one of the individual movies.
Set in Middle-earth, the three movies pursue the youthful Hobbit Frodo Baggins as he and the Fellowship set out on a mission to pulverize the One Ring, and along these lines guarantee the pulverization of the Dark Lord Sauron, yet the Fellowship ends up broken, and Frodo proceeds with the journey together with his reliable partner Sam and the slippery Gollum. Then the Wizard Gandalf and Aragorn, beneficiary in a state of banishment to the position of royalty of Gondor, join together and rally the Free Peoples of Middle-earth in a few fights cumulating in the War of the Ring. The Wizard Saruman is crushed, the Ring is obliterated, and Sauron and his powers are vanquished.
The movies were coordinated by Peter Jackson and discharged by New Line Cinema. The set of three depends on the book The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien and pursues its general storyline, regardless of certain deviations. Viewed as one of the greatest motion picture extends ever embraced with a general spending plan of $280 million, the whole undertaking took eight years, with the taping for each of the three movies done at the same time and completely in Jackson’s local New Zealand.
The set of three was an enormous money related achievement, with the movies being the 25th, seventeenth and fifth most elevated earning movies ever separately, unadjusted for swelling. The movies were widely praised, winning 17 Academy Awards altogether, just as wide applause for the cast and inventive handy and advanced enhancements. Each film in the set of three likewise had Special Extended Editions, discharged a year after the theatrical discharge on DVD.