Pippin: I had the LOVELIEST dream last night! There was this large barrel full of pipe-weed, and we smoked all of it. And then you were sick! I'd give anything for a whiff of Old Toby.
In Osgiliath, before Sam's speech, in the wide shot showing Sam's back, the large fry pan hangs down, below the small fry pan, on Sam's back. In the next shot, in front of Sam, the large fry pan is seen sticking out, just behind Sam's right shoulder. See more...
Many of the major shots depicted in the movie are duplicates of Alan Lee's illustrations, in the LotR books, that had been published years before. In many shots, the actors were positioned in the same poses, as the drawings in the books. One example is, when Frodo pulls Gollum's head back and holds Sting up to his throat. See more...
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|Title||The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers|
|Original entry||When filming the battle of Helm's Deep, the filmmakers used a computer program called "Massive," created by Steven Regelous. It uses Artificial Intelligence, AI, where each CG character has its own "mind." Huge battles can be created more realistically, because each CG character can be allocated a "side," and will then react/fight accordingly, in a variety of different styles (depending on the circumstances they find themselves in), rather than having to create and program each CG character individually. In the very first "Massive" battle test at WETA, the battle was between "silver" and "gold" characters, the producers found characters on both sides at the back running away. Needless to say, they fixed the flaw in the program.|