It's been just two weeks since the debut of the final installment in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and it has already taken in more than $500 million in global box office receipts. No, that's really not much of a surprise. Everyone figured that The Return of the King would be a multiplex magnet. The fact that critics and moviegoers are both raving about the classy epic will assure that the movie enjoys a rich theatrical life before moving on to the small screen and beyond.
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While Tolkien's ring was a heavy burden on Frodo Baggins, it has clearly not been as taxing to corporate America.
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