Lord Of The Rings Cast Reunite To Perform A Hobbit Rap To Celebrate Trilogy's 20th Anniversary
Some of the biggest names from The Lord of the Rings trilogy have reunited to perform a special song.
It's hard to believe that it's been 20 years since The Fellowship of the Ring hit cinemas around the world and opened up J.R.R. Tolkien's world to millions of fans.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, Elijah Wood, Sean Astin, Orlando Bloom, Andy Serkis, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, and Hugo Weaving came together to perform a rap.
Titled '1 Trilly', the movie stars appeared alongside Jon Batiste, Method Man, Killer Mike and TV show host Stephen Colbert to produce one hell of a music video.
Colbert introduced song by saying: "Harry Potter is fine, but it's no Lord of the Rings.
"Dumbledore couldn't take a Balrog. [He] was killed by a high school chemistry teacher!
"Peter Jackson's towering achievement deserves the same kind of treatment because, if you ask me, there is no better film series.
"Lord of the Rings is, without a doubt, the greatest trilogy in movie history. And I know I may have said that many times before, but I have never - not once - rapped it."
After busting out a few lines about how LotR is far better than the likes of Star Wars or The Godfather, Colbert brings out Lil Merry, Big Pippin and Samwise G.
They all rap about the best qualities in the trilogy and then even bizarrely slag off Pitch Perfect, before the video cuts to star Anna Kendrick being stunned by the line.
The rap then takes aim at The Dark Knight, Back to the Future, and Indiana Jones trilogies, saying they're boring compared to the world of hobbits, Balrogs, evil rings and elves.
Even Hugo Weaving gets a chance to star in the song but he ends up rapping in elvish, which is pretty bloody impressive considering it's not a language.
It's clear Colbert is a massive Lord of the Rings fan and making a music video with some of the movie's biggest stars would no doubt be a career highlight for him.
Hell, he loves Tolkien's universe so much that he scored a role in The Hobbit trilogy in The Desolation of Smaug.
While the debate will rage on about what movie trilogy is the best of all time, at least none of the other competitors can claim to have a rap music video done about their love for it.