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Anything You Can Imagine


Dec 29 2018, 3:39pm

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Anything You Can Imagine Can't Post

Hello all,

I was wondering whether or not anyone had anything to say about the new book about the making of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Anything You Can Imagine by Ian Nathan. While there was definitely a lot in there that I knew already, I love that theres been enough distance now that people are willing to talk more candidly. I was very interested in some of the tensions with the studio, the number of bullets we dodged with the changes they wanted, some of the tensions with (for example), John Rhys-Davies. I also happened to really love that they outlined the rough order of when everything was shot, since that's always interested me.

All in all I thought it was fantastic! But until I got it for Christmas I hadn't even heard of it, and I dont know if it's been brought up on here. TheOneRing comes up several times!


Dec 31 2018, 3:40pm

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I love the book! [In reply to] Can't Post

I also wondered why there's no review on Torn. The same goes for John Howe's book etc.


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