Discussion in 'Community' started by -Courtney-, Nov 25, 2006.
The dwarves are immune to the 7 power rings' control. It only drove them to become more greedy.
A good read
Hmmmm. I like Bofur, but from that last paragraph it sounds like they're still planning to jump off the deep end in this last film and orchestrate an entirely different plot from the book. I'll hold judgement until I see it (I'd be a hypocrite if I said I never liked any of Jackson's changes in LOTR), but I'm.... immensely skeptical.
Wonder when we will see a trailer for TABA
Hopefully we get to see Galadriel kick ass in the next installment.
Didn't Sauron simply gave up Dol Guldur and leave, later let his Nazgul reclaimed it back? Or they might put Dol Guldur's destruction after LotR here?
No, the White Council drove him out
Stupid Smarch weather...
Lousy Smarch weather.
Although I understand why you'd make such a ridiculous error. I forgive you.
I know! I felt bad about it immediately after my edit timer expired...
You mean Saruman right
No I think he means Tom Bombadil.
Tom Bombadil doesn't exist
*looks up from book*
*is currently reading that section of Fellowship*
May exist in book doesn't exist in movies
Technically it's that it is not shown in the movies. The writers try to placate angry fans by pointing put that it could have happened offscreen, and regardless, these people change things all the time, they could edit him in to There and Back Again if they wanted to. I recall a number of people being fairly convinced he'd be in the first Hobbit film, actually.
Which makes no sense
I still dream of an alternative universe where Saoirse Ronan is cast as Tauriel, and then her part is cut from the trilogy, along with all scenes in which she appears. And with all the time saved the trilogy is edited into a two-part special edition. Special because it's a better adaptation, concisely told.
Well, it's a lighthearted section, The Hobbit is a lighthearted book, they're known to be willing to change things, and somehow they're making this a nine-hour trilogy...it's not too much of a leap, even if its a bad idea.
Well glad they didn't put him in.
Galadriel. I don't think she's even in the book but I still want to see it.
She isn't in the book so you can't think that