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The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers

2002
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers

Directed by

Starring

Sean Astin
Bruce Allpress
John Bach
Sala Baker
Billy Boyd
Jed Brophy
Sam Comery
Brad Dourif
Calum Gittins
Bernard Hill
Bruce Hopkins
Paris Howe Strewe
Christopher Lee
Nathaniel Lees
John Leigh
Robbie Magasiva
Robyn Malcolm
Dominic Monaghan
Miranda Otto
Craig Parker
Bruce Phillips
Robert Pollock
John Rhys-Davies
Olivia Tennet
Ray Trickitt
Karl Urban
Stephen Ure
Hugo Weaving
David Wenham
Victoria Beynon-Cole
Lee Hartley
Phil Grieve
Billy Jackson
Katie Jackson
Phillip Spencer Harris
Timothy Lee
John Noble
Richard Alexander
Geoff Allen
Frazer Anderson
Daniel Andrews
Ben Barrington
Jarl Benzon
Jørn Benzon
Owen Black
Dorothy Anne Bonner
Ben Britton
Riley Brophy
Alistair Browning
Alix Bushnell
Sean Button
Ryan Carey
Robert Catto
Rodney Cook
Kelly Corbishley
Tack Daniel
Augie Davis
Mana Hira Davis
Shane Dawson
Karlos Drinkwater
Aron Eastwood
Frank Edwards
Clint Elvy
Alexia Fairbrother
Daniel Falconer
David Gatward Ferguson
Siosa Fonua
Kester Fordham
Michael Fowler
Ben Fransham
Frank Goldingham
Winham Hammond
Jonathan Harding
Dan Hennah
Liz Hewson
Paul Holmes
Jason Hood
Davey Hughes
Lani Jackson
Peter Jackson
Gareth Jensen
Ralph Johnson
Are Manea Karati
Sam Kelly
Ron Kerkmeester
Richard Knowles
Sandro Kopp
Sam La Hood
Greg Lane
Don Langridge
Jaime Lawrence
Michael Lawrence
Alan Lee
Cameron Lemon
Lance Louez
Jono Manks
Brent McIntyre
Dra McKay
Joseph Mika-Hunt
Dean Morganty
Henry Mortensen
Francis Mountjoy
Paul Norell
Barrie M. Osborne
Wayne Phillips
Nooroa Poa
Allan Poppleton
Gareth Reeves
Miranda Rivers
Campbell Rousselle
Matthew Saville
Jeremy Sciascia
Samuel E. Shore
Shaneel Sidal
Allan Smith
Dianne Smith
Ken Stratton
Sarah Thomas
Marcus Thorne
Robbie Titchener
Greg Tozer
Piripi Waretini
Tim Wong
Hannah Wood
John Wraight
Kelley Kerr Young
Robert Young
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Movie details
UK total gross
£57,104,876
20
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers
21

US total gross
$342,551,365
49
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers

Global total gross
$926,047,111
53
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Popular in: United Kingdom and Spain

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 14

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£13,063,560
£13,063,560
1▲▼
£8,177,801
£26,154,322
1▲▼
£5,774,170
£38,403,392
1▲▼
£3,728,876
£44,520,972
2
£2,403,388
£48,394,834
3
£1,638,618
£51,037,696
4
£1,068,462
£52,756,818
6
£765,799
£53,972,693
9
£543,160
£54,863,639
10
£457,282
£55,804,490
11
£342,421
£56,471,025
13
£238,506
£56,843,174
15
£141,888
£57,062,828
14
£42,378
£57,104,876
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