Orlando Bloom Talks LOTR

Orlando Bloom says he kept referring to J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Lord of the Rings' for his role in the films based of the trilogy.

Thats because the three movies were shot simultaneously and out of sequence over an 18 month period, Bloom told the Associate Press

"You could film a scene from the first movie in the morning and a scene from the third movie in the afternoon and you could have shot the scene before that like three weeks earlier or two weeks earlier", said Bloom.

"So to keep that all in your head, it was like homework. You'd study the book, then study the scripts and then kind of merge the two."

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