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    (#33) The Gollum Seen Briefly In "The Fellowship Of The Ring" Is Completely Different From The One In The Rest Of The Series

    The Gollum that is briefly glimpsed in The Fellowship of the Ring is an entirely different creation than the one that appears in the other two films. It was during the filming of the second movie that Peter Jackson realized that Andy Serkis's physical performance would have to be employed in the digital creation of Gollum. So Weta Digital had to alter the design of one of the lead characters in the film, scanning Serkis's face so that they would be able to incorporate some of his facial characteristics (the fact that Jackson had also filmed a flashback to be included in The Return of the King with Serkis playing the original Smeagol only cemented this decision). This ultimately meant, however, that Weta Digital had only two and a half months to redo two years' work. Serkis himself thought that the final result looked like a combination of his father and his newborn baby.

  • Billy Boyd's Hobbit Scream In

    (#12) Billy Boyd's Hobbit Scream In "The Fellowship Of The Ring" Was As Real As It Gets

    When the dragon firework goes off at the party, the shriek heard is Billy Boyd actually screaming, as he was unaware at the time that the firework was really going to explode on set (he thought that it would be put in digitally). It was not scripted, but that take ended up in the final cut of the film.

  • Ian McKellen's First And Second Days Filming Were Gandalf's First And Last Scenes In The Film on Random Things You Didn't Know About The Lord Of The Rings Films

    (#24) Ian McKellen's First And Second Days Filming Were Gandalf's First And Last Scenes In The Film

    Ian McKellen's first day of shooting on the trilogy was Gandalf's first scene, arriving in Hobbiton. His second day of shooting was Gandalf's final scene of the film, at the Gray Havens.

  • Ian Holm Has Played Both Frodo And Bilbo Baggins on Random Things You Didn't Know About The Lord Of The Rings Films

    (#19) Ian Holm Has Played Both Frodo And Bilbo Baggins

    Ian Holm, who plays Bilbo Baggins in the series, was the voice of Frodo Baggins in the 1981 BBC Radio adaptation of The Lord of The Rings.

  • The Wrap Gift Each Cast Member Received Was Specific To His Or Her Character on Random Things You Didn't Know About The Lord Of The Rings Films

    (#13) The Wrap Gift Each Cast Member Received Was Specific To His Or Her Character

    Each of the cast members was given a gift on their last day of shooting - usually a prop that was significant to their role. Miranda Otto received one of Eowyn's dresses and her sword, Liv Tyler received Arwen's "dying dress," and Orlando Bloom got one of Legolas's bows.

  • The Franchise Went To Great Lengths To Preserve The Land On Which They Filmed on Random Things You Didn't Know About The Lord Of The Rings Films

    (#15) The Franchise Went To Great Lengths To Preserve The Land On Which They Filmed

    The location for Edoras in The Two Towers was in the midst of a national park. The Conservation Society of New Zealand gave them permission to film there on the provison that they left it in exactly the same condition in which they found it. This meant lifting up most of the natural vegetation and grasses and storing them in a purpose-built nursery, as filming at the location would last approximately 18 months.

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