Put in my copy of Gran Torino and downloaded the LOTR trailer via BD-Live. It is a high def version of the "Supertrailer" that was released on the DVD included in the collector's edition version of the Return of the King soundtrack. Runs almost seven minutes long.
For those who are interested, here is the BD-Live synopsis:
The Quest Is Over: Director Peter Jackson's Epic Trilogy from J.R.R. Tolkien's Classic Books Makes Its Long-Awaited Hi-Def Debut on Brilliant Blu-Ray.
All 3 Theatrical Versions in Lustrous 1080p and Dolby TrueHD 5.1 Audio.
Deluxe 7-Disc Set Includes 3 Special Features DVDs with 7+ Hours of Spellbinding Behind-the-Moviemaking Material and a Bonus Disc Containing Digital Copies of All 3 Adventures.
I am going to assume that the 3 DVDs will be each of the second discs in the previously released theatrical two-disc sets. I guess it's nice to have them tossed in, but it's too bad they didn't go to the trouble of giving us any of the special features in high def. This is probably the way they will go with the extended editions--the movies themselves on Blu-ray with commentaries, plus six discs of special features in standard def on regular DVD. (Same approach as the Matrix set--so maybe the two discs of special features per EE LOTRO film will be slapped on a two sided DVD.)