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Post-production[ edit ] An example of Elvish armour from the films. Each film had the benefit of a full year of post-production time before its respective December release, often finishing in October—November, with the crew immediately going to work on the next film.
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The extended editions also had a tight schedule at the start of each year to complete special effects and music. This was the final area of shaping of the films, when Jackson realised that sometimes the best scripting could be redundant on screen, as he picked apart scenes every day from multiple takes.
The Two Towers was always acknowledged by the crew as the most difficult film to make, as "it had no beginning or end", and had the additional problem of inter-cutting storylines appropriately. The first time Jackson actually saw the completed film was at the Wellington premiere.
Many filmed scenes remain unused, even in the Extended Editions. Also cut were scenes from the book, including Frodo seeing more of Middle-earth at Parth Galen and an extended Council of Elrond,  and new scenes with an attack upon Frodo and Sam at the river Anduin by an Uruk-hai.
He was hired in August  and visited the set, and watched the assembly cuts of The Fellowship of the Ring and The Return of the King.
In the music, Shore included many 85 to leitmotifs to represent various characters, cultures, and places - the largest catalogue of leitmotives in the history of cinema, surpassing - for comparison - that of the entire Star Wars saga. For example, there are multiple leitmotifs just for the hobbits and the Shire.
Jackson planned to advise the score for six weeks each year in London, though for The Two Towers he stayed for twelve. As a Beatles fan, Jackson had a photo tribute done there on the zebra crossing. Even actors Billy BoydViggo MortensenLiv TylerMiranda Otto extended cuts only for the latter twoand Peter Jackson for a single gong sound in the second film contributed to the score.
On top of that, individual themes were composed to represent different cultures. Infamously, the amount of music Shore had to write every day for the third film increased dramatically to around seven minutes. Some, such as animal sounds like those of tigers and walruses, were bought.
Human voices were also used. Other sounds were unexpected: In addition, ADR was used for most of the dialogue. The technicians worked with New Zealand locals to get many of the sounds.
They re-recorded sounds in abandoned tunnels for an echo-like effect in the Moria sequence. Mixing took place between August and November at "The Film Mix", before Jackson commissioned the building of a new studio in The building, however, had not yet been fully completed when they started mixing for The Return of the King.
Special effects of The Lord of the Rings film series The first film has around effect shots, the secondand the third 1, 2, in total. The total increases to 3, with the extended editions. The crew, led by Jim Rygiel and Randy Cook, worked long hours, often overnight, to produce special effects within a short space of time.
Home media[ edit ] The first two films were released on standard two-disc edition DVDs containing previews of the next film. The success of the theatrical cuts brought about four-disc Extended Editions, with new editing, added special effects and music.
They have also played at cinemas, most notably for a 16 December marathon screening dubbed "Trilogy Tuesday" culminating in a late afternoon screening of the third film. Attendees of "Trilogy Tuesday" were given a limited edition keepsake from Sideshow Collectibles containing one random frame of film from each of the three movies.
Both versions were put together in a Limited Edition " branching " version, plus a new feature-length documentary by Costa Botes. The complete series was released in a six-disc set on 14 November The first, The Fellowship of the Ring, was released on 24 March Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more.
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