The small-statured heroes from Middle-earth returned to the big screen in October, accompanied by a full symphony orchestra. The first film in the trilogy, "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" was screened at the Honda Center in Anaheim while the Munich Symphony Orchestra, the Pacific Chorale and the Phoenix Boys Choir performed the film's score, composed by Howard Shore, on stage in front of the screen. Flocks of Frodo fans gathered to see the performance, as well as take a peek at a traveling display of props
from the film, including furry Hobbit feet, the Shards of Narsil and a Nazgul replica. Similar events for the next two films in the series are slated for 2012 and 2013.