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The Lord of the Rings' Elijah Wood, Sean Astin, and John Rhys-Davies reunite to share memories, on-set jokes, and more

23 years after the fellowship first set out for Mordor, the cast of LotR came Emerald City Comic Con 2024, and you can watch it here!

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"The world is changed," says Galadriel, as Peter Jackson's adaptation of The Fellowship of the Ring opens, "Much that once was is lost, for none now live who remember it."

Well, that's not quite true, Galadriel. In fact, some of the people that were there for the filming of the Fellowship (and Two Towers, and Return of the King) got together recently! Elijah Wood, Sean Astin, and John Rhys-Davies came together in the PNW shire known as Seattle to speak to Popverse video producer and LotR megafan Ashley V. Robinson at Emerald City Comic Con 2024, for a one-hour panel unlike any other in Middle-Earth!

Since One Does Not Simply Walk Into Seattle (unless you live there, I guess), Popverse is making this panel available to premium members anywhere in the world!

You can watch ECCC 2024's Lord of the Rings reunion panel, filmed on the ECCC Main Stage powered by Xfinity. Then, check out a guide to how to watch of of Lord of the Rings projects - including the upcoming movie!

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