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Patty
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Apr 20 2010, 3:50pm


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Warner's needs to involve PJ more in the LotR Blu-ray EE, I'm thinking...

or else we may not get the uber box-set we're wanting.

http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2010/04/19/peter-jackson-on-the-lovely-bones-and-lotr-blu-rays-3-d-conversions/

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The theatrical cut of the “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy was just released on Blu-ray, and dedicated fans are purposefully giving the set one-star reviews on Amazon and other online marketplaces because they want the extended version on Blu-ray. How do you navigate fans like that?
I agree with the fans. I was heavily involved in the DVD process when the films were being released through New Line, but now that Warner Brothers has taken control over the releasing of the films, they just tell me what they’re doing and don’t involve me in the process. [With New Line,] the one thing we never did with the fans was make them feel cheated. Back in the original release, we always put extra material in, extra documentaries — a lot of added value. I so totally understand why the fans would be upset; I don’t disagree with them.

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(This post was edited by Patty on Apr 20 2010, 3:53pm)


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