88 Behind the scenes photos from the Lord of the Rings – reddit repost
I really love how happy the cast all looks. You hear in interviews that they all loved working on the films, but its nice to see that they're genuinely enjoying themselves.
Agreed. Looks like an awesome experience to have worked on that for the years they did. Like summer camp hanging with friends but you get swords.
And lots and lots of money.
The Nazgul with matching umbrellas made me chuckle.
Could've used them when they confronted Arwen at the river.
I'd like to see the Nazgul chasing away seagulls on the beach with the umbrella.
Really? I thought the idea of Minas Morgul being in some random middle-class neighborhood really funny. "Dear, what's that out the window?" "Oh, that? That's just the Eye of Sauron. Finish your breakfast."
FALSE. They eye of Sauron was not located in Minas Morgul.
Thank you, Dwight.
The miniature work on those 3 films were excellent.
Fun fact- they started calling them "bigatures" during the production because it just felt wrong to call something that was 30 feet tall "miniature."
that was a fun fact. Thank you!