'The Lord of the Rings' Trilogy Marathon
Stock up on lembas bread to make it through all three films, back to back, on the big screen.
They're taking the hobbits to Isengard at The Astor Theatre, the Lido Cinema and Cameo Cinemas this March and the Classic Cinema this April, with one movie marathon to rule them all. Round up the Fellowship, stock up on lembas bread for sustenance and hide your finest pipe-weed from the Southfarthing for one sitting of all three of Peter Jackson's beloved OG Tolkien film adaptations.
Kicking off with The Fellowship of the Ring and ending with The Return of the King, this cave troll of a marathon clocks in at over nine hours plus intermissions — with the journey starting at 11am on Saturday, March 6 at The Astor, at 10.30am on Saturday, March 13 at the Lido and Cameo, and at the latter time on Saturday, April 3 at the Classic.
If you make it through breakfast and second breakfast to the final handful of endings, you can pat yourself on the back and smash a ringwraith screech at the nearest person on your way home (note: do not actually screech at people).
Tickets are the precious and come in at $25–30 for the whole ordeal. And, you'll be watching all three films in remastered 4K versions — so expect to see Middle Earth in more detail than you've seen in before.