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Jackson's children also cameo as Gondorian extras, while Christian Rivers played a Gondorian soldier guarding the Beacon Pippin lights, and is later seen wounded.
As with all of Peter Jackson's movie adaptions of The Lord of the Rings , many events, timelines, and geographic distances are compressed or simplified.
Most major events from the books are included, leaving only a very few events from the novel omitted from the film; there are, however, some events in the film significantly altered from the novels.
There are some events seen only in the film and there are certain details in the film not found in the books.
In the film, all journeys of the companions from Isengard to Minas Tirith are compressed and simplified, as the entire company travels from Isengard to Edoras and arrives there simultaneously to recuperate after the Battle of Helm's Deep.
The sequence of the Paths of the Dead adds a conversation between Aragorn and the King of the Dead in the book the Dead don't speak at all and a scene where the companions must flee an avalanche of skulls, but leaves out the encounter with Baldor's skeleton.
In contrast to the book, the viewer doesn't get told what happened in Lebennin between Aragorn and the Corsairs of Umbar.
The film version Extended Edition doesn't correspond with the map of Gondor, as the company sees a near river with Corsair ships immediately after leaving the Haunted Mountain.
In the book, the River Anduin lies several hundred miles farther east, requiring a much longer journey with the Army of the Dead following behind, bringing terror to the towns they pass along the way.
The basis of Elrond and Arwen 's subplot arguing about Arwen's fate is derived from the Appendices, but it is largely extended in the film, as is Arwen and Elrond's relevance to the story.
Denethor , the Steward of Gondor , was a more tragic character in the book. In the film, overwhelming grief over the death of Boromir has driven him to despair, and he has given up any hope of defeating Sauron before Gandalf arrives in Minas Tirith.
Thus, the muster of Gondor is absent from the film, and major captains and generals including Imrahil of the Tower Guard and the Knights of Dol Amroth are not present.
In the book, he has already ordered the lighting of the beacons before Gandalf's arrival, while he refuses to light them in the film, and the sequence where Pippin secretly lights them himself was invented for the movie.
The Rammas Echor which encircles the Pelennor Fields isn't shown in the film, and the fields themselves are empty grassland in the films, instead of being rich farmland dotted with small villages in the book.
The Battle of the Pelennor Fields is also altered: though Faramir goes on a suicide mission, the conflict is a simplification of the siege of Osgiliath.
With generals such as Forlong and Imrahil absent, Gandalf commands the defence of Minas Tirith owing to Denethor's despair. While Denethor gives command to Gandalf in the book, in this film Gandalf forcibly takes control after Denethor tells his men to flee rather than fight.
The Orcs and Trolls also never get into the city in the book. The Witch-king enters and stands off against Gandalf before the Rohirrim arrive, but in the film Orcs invade the city after Grond breaks the Gate.
The confrontation takes place while Gandalf journeys to save Faramir, during which Gandalf has his staff broken in the film but not in the book.
The Red Arrow brought by a messenger from Gondor to ask for aid is absent. An unstoppable and invulnerable force, the Dead wipe out Sauron's forces.
The Extended Edition presents shortened scenes from the book's chapters in the Houses of Healing : The Warden, the talk of Athelas , the comical conversation with the herb-master, the woman Ioreth and her saying about a King's healing hands and the subsequent realizing of Aragorn's true identity are left out altogether.
In the film, Aragorn leads the entire remaining force of Rohan and Gondor's men to the Black Gate without incident. Sam and Frodo's major rift in their friendship, due to Gollum's machinations, never takes place in the book, but was added by the writers in believing that it added drama and more complexity to the character of Frodo.
Frodo enters Shelob's lair alone in the film, whereas in the book he and Sam entered together. This was done to make the scene more horrific with Frodo being alone, and Sam's rescue at the last minute more dramatic.
Frodo's ordeal in the Tower of Cirith Ungol and subsequent rescue by Sam are also changed; in the book , Frodo is stripped, beaten, and cruelly interrogated by the Orcs, while in the film, he is tied up but only briefly threatened by an Orc moments before Sam's arrival.
The reunion of Frodo and Sam in the film is also shorter and less emotional than in the book; rather than comforting the physically injured and severely traumatized Frodo as in the book, Sam, after killing the Orc that was threatening Frodo but had not struck him, briefly accepts his apology for having doubted him and returns the Ring to him before suggesting that they find some Orc clothing for Frodo to wear.
In the film, Sam also does not experience "delusions of grandeur" about what he could do if he took the Ring for himself, like he does in the book.
Sam instead overcomes a very brief moment of temptation which, instead of stemming from thoughts of how he could use the Ring for himself, seems to come from his concern for Frodo and wish to reduce the Ring's harm to his friend by sharing the burden.
Also, in the film viewers do not know that Sam has the Ring until he gives it back to Frodo, whereas in the book the reader knows that Sam has the Ring.
When Sam and Frodo are diverted into the Orc march in Mordor and are about to collapse, in the film's Extended Edition they start a fake combat between each other and thus provoke some chaos during which they manage to escape, instead of slipping off during a congestion caused by several armies trying to get through the narrow Isenmouthe, as told in the novel.
Gollum's fall into the lava of Mount Doom was also rewritten for the film, as the writers felt Tolkien's original idea Gollum simply slips and falls off was anti-climactic.
Originally, an even greater deviation was planned: Frodo would heroically push Gollum over the ledge to destroy him and the Ring, but the production team eventually realized that it looked more like Frodo murdering Gollum.
As a result, they had Frodo and Gollum struggle for possession of the Ring and both slip over the edge by accident. Jackson eventually realized it ignored the point of Aragorn's true bravery in distracting Sauron's army against overwhelming odds, and a computer generated Troll was placed over footage of Sauron in the finished film.
As in all of Jackson's Middle-earth adaptions, the eagles do not speak. During the Battle for Minas Tirith, the White Tree of Gondor is shown to bear one white blossom, thus blooming by itself at Aragorn's coronation.
Thereby the film ignores the book's story where Gandalf and Aragorn find a seedling of the White Tree up in the mountains and plant it in the courtyard in place of the still-dead tree.
Aragorn's coronation takes place in form of a great ceremony in the Citadel of Minas Tirith, opposed to the book, where Aragorn is crowned in his tent on the Pelennor Fields before entering the City.
Since Saruman is killed long before, after the battle at Helm's Deep in the film, he is unable to exact revenge on Frodo and the hobbits by ruining the Shire as depicted in the books.
In the film, the Shire is virtually unchanged when they return, and their friends and neighbours seem unaware of the climactic events that have taken place outside of their borders.
Thus, the esteem earned by Merry and Pippin at the Battle of Bywater and the work to restore the Shire using Galadriel's gift don't appear in the film.
In the film, however, all of the Hobbits travel with Gandalf to the Havens to find the Elves waiting there, including Celeborn, who remains in Middle-earth in the book.
When Sam returns to the Shire, he isn't shown to live in Bag End where he dwells with Rose in the book , but in a different Hobbit-hole of his own.
The Lord of the Rings series was the first time whose three separate instalments were written and shot simultaneously excluding pick up shoots.
Jackson found The Return of the King the easiest of the films to make, because it contained the climax of the story. Middle-earth as envisioned by Jackson was primarily designed by Alan Lee and John Howe, former Tolkien illustrators, and created by Weta Workshop , who handled all the trilogy's weapons, armour, miniatures, prosthetics, and creatures, as well as the Art Department which built the sets.
The city of Minas Tirith, glimpsed briefly in both the previous two films, is seen fully in this film, and with it the Gondorian civilization.
That set's gate became Minas Tirith's second, while the Hornburg exterior became that of the Extended Edition's scene where Gandalf confronts the Witch-king.
New structures included the 8m tall Gate, with broken and unbroken versions, with a working opening and closing mechanism, with its engravings inspired by the Baptistry of San Giovanni.
There were also four levels of streets with heraldic motifs for every house, as inspired by Siena. There was also the Citadel, the exterior of which was in the Stone Street Studios backlot, using forced perspective.
It contains the withered White Tree , built from polystyrene by Brian Massey and the Greens Department with real branches, influenced by ancient and gnarled Lebanese olive trees.
The interior was within a three-story former factory in Wellington, and colourwise is influenced by Charlemagne's Chapel , with a throne for Denethor carved from stone and polystyrene statues of past kings.
Minas Morgul, the Staircase and Tower of Cirith Ungol as well as Shelob's Lair were designed by Howe, with the Morgul road using forced perspective into a bluescreened miniature.
Howe's design of Minas Morgul was inspired from the experience of having a wisdom tooth pulled out: in the same way, the Orcs have put their twisted designs on to a former Gondorian city.
The third film introduces the enormous spider Shelob. Shelob was designed in ,  with the body based on a tunnelweb spider and the head with numerous growths selected by Peter Jackson's children from one of many sculpts.
Jackson himself took great joy in planning the sequence, being an arachnophobe himself. The Dead Men have a Celtic influence, as well as lines and symmetry to reflect their morbid state,  while their underground city is influenced by Petra.
Turner paintings. The Return of the King was shot during , though Astin's coverage from Gollum's attempt to separate Frodo and Sam was filmed on 24 November , when floods in Queenstown interrupted the focus on The Fellowship of the Ring.
Hobbiton , home of the Hobbits, was shot in January with early scenes from The Fellowship of the Ring , with the exterior shot at a Matamata farm, while interior scenes were shot at Stone Street Studios in Wellington ,  shared with the Grey Havens sequence.
Due to the high emotions of filming the scene, the cast were in despair when they were required to shoot it three times, due to a continuity flaw in Sean Astin 's costume, and then negatives producing out-of-focus reels.
Also a cause for concern were Monaghan and Boyd's scale doubles during a charge sequence. In particular, they spent two hours shooting Sam lifting Frodo on to his back with cross- camera coverage.
Scenes shot in June were the Paths of the Dead across various locations, including Pinnacles. Monaghan and Boyd tried numerous takes of their entrance, stressing the word "weed" as they smoked pipe-weed.
Christopher Lee spent his part of his scene mostly alone, though McKellen and Hill arrived on the first day for a few lines to help.
Edoras exteriors were shot in October. The Battle of the Pelennor Fields has more extensive use of computer-generated imagery , in contrast to the more extensive use of live action in the Battle of Helm's Deep in the second film.
Also filmed were the attempts by Faramir to recapture Osgiliath ,  as were scenes in the city itself. Just as the Hobbit actors' first scene was hiding from a Ringwraith under a tree, their last scene was the bluescreened reaction shot of the inhabitants of Minas Tirith bowing to them.
The pick-ups were filmed in the Wellington studio car park, with many parts of sets and blue-screens used to finish off scenes, which the design team had to work 24 hours to get the right sets ready for a particular day.
The film has the most extensive list of re-shoots given for the trilogy. Jackson took his time to re-shoot Aragorn's coronation, rushed into a single day under second unit director Geoff Murphy on 21 December There was also the new character of Gothmog.
This was a major new design addition for the film, as Jackson felt the Mordor Orcs were "pathetic" compared to the Uruk-hai of the second film after watching assembly cuts, and thus Weta Workshop created grotesque new "über Orcs" as antagonists for the audience to focus on.
Christian Rivers also redesigned the Witch-king and all of his scenes were re-shot, because of confusion from non-readers over whether or not Sauron was on the battlefield.
The cast also received various props associated with their characters, although John Rhys-Davies burned his final Gimli prosthetic. Viggo Mortensen headbutted the stunt team goodbye.
Scenes shot afterwards included various live-action shots of Riders for the Battle of the Pelennor Fields and a reaction shot of Serkis as Gollum finally realizes Frodo intends to destroy the Ring, shot in Jackson's house.
Like The Two Towers , they would have to deal with multiple storylines, and Jackson paid attention to each storyline at a time before deciding where to intercut.
But the Saruman scene posed a structural problem: killing off the second film's villain when the plot has Sauron as the main villain.
Jackson only had a lock on 5 out of 10 reels, and had to churn out 3 reels in 3 weeks to help finish the film.
It was finally completed on 12 November The Return of the King contains 1, visual effect shots, nearly three times the number from the first film and almost twice that of the second.
Visual effects work began with Alan Lee and Mark Lewis compositing various photographs of New Zealand landscape to create the digital arena of the Pelennor Fields in November Jackson and Christian Rivers used computers to plan the enormous battle up until February , when the shots were shown to Weta Digital.
To their astonishment, 60 planned shots had gone up to , and 50, characters were now , On a similar note of digital creatures, Shelob's head sculpture was scanned by a Canadian company for 10 times more detail than Weta had previously been able to capture.
Like the previous films, there are also extensive morphs between digital doubles for the actors. This time, there was Sam falling off Shelob, where the morph takes place as Astin hits the ground.
The Return of the King also has practical effects. In the Pyre of Denethor sequence, as the Steward of Gondor throws Pippin out of the Tomb, John Noble threw a size double named Fon onto a prostrate Billy Boyd , who immediately pushed his head into camera to complete the illusion.
A few burning torches were also reflected off a plate of glass and into the camera for when Gandalf's horse Shadowfax kicks Denethor onto the pyre.
Because of Jackson's requirement for complete representation of his fantasy world, numerous miniatures were built, such as scale miniature of Minas Tirith, which rises 7m high and is 6.
The Sound department spent the early part of the year searching for the right sounds. Human screams and a donkey screech were mixed into Sauron's fall and broken glass was used for the collapsing sounds.
For missile trading during Minas Tirith's siege, construction workers dropped actual 2 ton stone blocks previously lifted by a construction crane.
Mixing began at a new studio on 15 August, although unfinished building work caused some annoyances. The music was composed by Howard Shore , who previously composed the first two parts of the trilogy.
Shore watched the assembly cut of the film,  and had to write seven minutes of music per day to keep up with the schedule. Shore also used the Gondor theme with the new ascending coda which is unique to this film in his score for the trailer of the film.
The score is the most expansive of the three: scoring effectively the entire movie length, not including additional music written for the trailer and various alternate versions released to the public.
It also uses the biggest forces in the series: sections of the score call for two sets of timpani, eight trumpets  and possibly a similar increase in the size of the horn, trombone and tuba section, as well , 85 singers in the mixed choir  with additional players for all-male and all-female sections, over fifty in the boy choir and many instrumentalist "bands" playing Celtic and eastern instruments such as tin whistle or pan flute, on stage or off of it.
Fleming sings as Arwen has a vision of her son and when Gollum recovers the One Ring. Galway plays the flute and whistle as Frodo and Sam climb Mount Doom and as they return to the shire.
Sissel sings "Asea Aranion", which was originally meant the score the Houses of Healing scene. Annie Lennox formerly of Eurythmics performed it and also received songwriting credit.
The story begins in the kingdom of Gondor , which is soon to be attacked by the Dark Lord Sauron. Tolkien conceived of The Lord of the Rings as a single work comprising six "books" plus extensive appendices.
The original publisher split the work into three volumes, publishing the fifth and sixth books with the appendices into the final volume with the title The Return of the King.
Tolkien felt the chosen title revealed too much of the story, and indicated he preferred The War of the Ring as a title. Some editions of the volume contain a Synopsis for readers who have not read the earlier volumes.
The volume ends with a set of Appendices and Indexes, varying in different editions. The critic Edwin Muir , writing in The Sunday Observer , attacked the book as "a boy's adventure story", comparing it to the works of Rider Haggard , and stating that "except for a few old wizards", all the characters "are boys masquerading as adult[s]".
The author Anthony Price , reviewing the novel for The Oxford Mail , called it "more than immense; it is complete", praising Tolkien's Middle-earth as "an absolutely real and unendingly exciting world".
He admired the characterisation of Tom Bombadil , the Ents , and Gollum. In his view, the One Ring was destroyed "with terrifying logic", though he did not demand that the text end there, noting that the hobbits' return to the Shire put the larger events in perspective.
The novelist and publisher Michael Straight , reviewing the whole of The Lord of the Rings in The New Republic , wrote that the devastated landscapes in the work recalled Tolkien's First World War experiences, just as the snowstorm in the Misty Mountains recalled his climbing trip in Switzerland, and the Shire reflected England.
He concluded by calling the novel a work of genius. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see The Return of the King disambiguation.
Dewey Decimal. The Darkness dissipates from Gondor. Minas Tirith and the surrounding areas begin to recover and rebuild. The hobbits return to the Shire, where they find their homes ravaged.
A group of Men have entered and set up an oppressive police state. The four companions organize a rebellion and rout the intruders, discovering that the secret leader of the destruction is Saruman, the deposed wizard, who seeks revenge on the hobbits.
The hobbits rebuild the Shire and return to their ordinary lives. Sam marries a hobbit named Rosie Cotton, and together they have a daughter.
Frodo, wounded by the burden of the Ring-quest, decides to leave the Shire. He sails away over the Great Sea with Gandalf, Bilbo, and the other Ring-bearers to the peaceful paradise in the unknown West.
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