Link Tank: Get Presale Tickets for The Lord of the Rings in Concert

Get your tickets before everyone else for a Radio City Music Hall concert featuring music from The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.

Characters from The Lord of the Rings in concert promo

Den of Geek readers have presale access to the next big The Lord of the Rings concert event at Radio City Music Hall in 2025. Don’t miss it! 

“At long last, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is coming to New York City for 5 performances at Radio City Music Hall. Howard Shore’s Academy and Grammy Award-winning score will be presented live in concert. Experience the epic motion picture and its legendary score beneath a 60-foot screen accompanied by 238 musicians, including symphony orchestra, chorus, and soloists on February 27, 28, March 1 and 2, 2025.”

Purchase using code ROTKDOG

After the initial red carpet interviews at The Fall Guy premiere, Ryan Gosling reprised his Beavis and Butt-Head look from the viral SNL sketch.

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“Beavis and Butt-Head made an unexpected red carpet debut at the Los Angeles premiere of The Fall Guy on Tuesday night. Ryan Gosling and Mikey Day appeared on the carpet together dressed as live-action versions of Beavis and Butt-Head, respectively, from the infamous Saturday Night Live sketch.”

Read more at Variety

Shōgun producer Eriko Miyagawa’s main job on the set was to make sure the adaptation was historically accurate. 

“As a cross-cultural production — shot in Canada, produced by Hollywood, filled with Japanese actors — interpretation was key [for Shōgun]. Enter Eriko Miyagawa. The producer worked closely with lead actor/producer Hiroyuki Sanada to ensure the show was accurate to period Edo yet still relatable to modern Tokyo.”

Read more at Vulture

X-Men ’97 creator Beau DeMayo chose six episodes of the earlier animated series that would be good to watch before the three-part finale.

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“DeMayo’s selection makes sense given what we’ve seen in X-Men ‘97. These six chapters of X-Men: The Animated Series share some key players, storylines, and themes that have been of utmost importance in the revival. It may have been a while since you binged the original show, so here’s a summary that will allow you to have the full background before the three-week finale event begins.”

Read more at Collider

Shardlake is period mystery premiering today on Hulu that’s definitely worth checking out.

“Murderous monks, letter-perfect costumes, and a shadowy violent realm untrodden by period dramas past? It can only be Shardlake, Hulu’s gritty adaptation of the late C. J. Sansom’s bestselling Tudor murder-mystery series. And we’re here to tell you that the show, which premieres May 1, is pretty excellent.”

Read more at The A.V. Club