Threepeat feat?

Graser, Marc
January 2004
Daily Variety;1/8/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 7, pA1
Trade Publication
Reveals that the "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy is hoping to win an Oscar for the visual effects category for the third time for the final installment "Return of the King." Mix of computer-generated and on-set visual effects seen in the third installment; Other motion pictures being considered for visual effects Oscars.


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