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6.02. The Land of Shadow (in Movies vs. Books)

…of the tent and climb up and over a rock cliff out of sight. The hobbits continue on their journey or so it seems. In the book: In the book(s),…

4.08. The Stairs of Cirith Ungol (in Movies vs. Books)

…made to ensure that it did not, as this scene is a critical departure from the book. Peter Jackson and the producers did not want readers of the book to…

Faramir (in Movies vs. Books)

…the book and in the movie; Faramir just takes a different path before making his decision. Mistakes – Faramir has black hair, not brown. – In the book also Faramir’s…

The Fellowship of the Ring’s Destruction (in Subject Articles)

…submit material rated NC-17”? Those stupid Dwarves read the book, and were doomed. Gandalf glanced at the hybrid with concern. Gimli stood and processed the information. GIMLI: And you were…

1.11. A Knife in the Dark (in Movies vs. Books)

…rightful claim, however, in the books he gave it to Arwen when they plight their troth on Cerin Amroth. So this bookie detail is actually… a mistake. – The idea…

Legolas Greenleaf (in Movies vs. Books)

…kill the watcher in the water and the cave-troll (both scenes were not in the book), leap across the broken staircase (not in the book), sense Uruk-hai (Aragorn senses some…

Coming of Age (in Fanfiction)

…clothes remained in the closet now and the books on their shelves tilted haphazardly into the spaces left by those that were missing. The room’s slight mustiness from having been…

Chat Transcript with PJ & GDT (in Subject Articles)

…will be in this film? He seems to go off on his own and disappear in several sections of the book. Do you want to stay faithful to that or…

5.02.*c. The Paths of the Dead (in Movies vs. Books)

…just as in the book. However, the trail after the door weaves above-ground through the dank woods and chasms of the mountains in the film, while in the book, the…

Aragorn (in Movies vs. Books)

…and Legolas, which was an important part of the plot in Book 3 and mcuh loved by bookies. And, in combinationship with the also non-canonical banishment, Éomer and Aragorn don’t…