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'Return of the King' wins 11 Oscars

1 March 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The ring, the central totem in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, proved all powerful Sunday night at the 76th Annual Academy Awards as the film was hailed as best picture and Peter Jackson was crowned best director. King's triumphant processional proved to be a rout as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences bowed before the third installment in Jackson's epic adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy novels. It swept all 11 categories in which it was nominated, immediately finding a place in the record books alongside Titanic and Ben-Hur, the only other films ever to earn 11 Oscars. It also was the biggest sweep ever in Oscar history; the previous record holders were 1987's The Last Emperor and 1958's Gigi, both of which went nine for nine. New Line Cinema's King -- which already has earned more than $1 billion worldwide -- virtually had the show to itself, save for the main acting honors, which went to Sean Penn, for his distraught father in Mystic River, and Charlize Theron, for her embittered serial killer in Monster. »

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Oscars: One 'King' to rule them all with 11 for 11 feat

1 March 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The ring, the central totem in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, proved all powerful Sunday night at the 76th Annual Academy Awards as the film was hailed as best picture and Peter Jackson was crowned best director. King's triumphant processional proved to be a rout as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences bowed before the third installment in Jackson's epic adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy novels. It swept all 11 categories in which it was nominated, immediately finding a place in the record books alongside Titanic and Ben-Hur, the only other films ever to earn 11 Oscars. It also was the biggest sweep ever in Oscar history; the previous record holders were 1987's The Last Emperor and 1958's Gigi, both of which went nine for nine. New Line Cinema's King -- which already has earned more than $1 billion worldwide -- virtually had the show to itself, save for the main acting honors, which went to Sean Penn, for his distraught father in Mystic River, and Charlize Theron, for her embittered serial killer in Monster. »

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