Gandalf the grey, also known as Gandalf the wise, has some of the most soulful, inspiring and memorable lines in the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy. This is his Istari desire to guide the people against the darkness that desires them, and he does this by giving them hope and courage, despite the creature''s appearance.
Many fans have noticed that in The Hobbit films, the most popular quotes and lines don''t necessarily come from Gandalf, but from others, including Bilbo, Thorin, Balin, and surprisingly Bofur. When it comes to the Making Ofs, there''s one particular scene in The Hobbit that was initially filmed, but was not included in the final release, although often in extended versions.
The Battle of the Five Armies has been devastating in many ways, and many lives have been lost in the war. However, Thorin, Fili, and Kili are the three direct descendants who are in line for Erebor''s reign. It is also a terrible and deadly death for the company that worked with, and loved until the end, these three dwarves.
Bilbo is deeply affected by this loss, and he continues to live with him for the rest of his life, never finding love, and never intending to let anyone close again until many years later. But the Thorin, Fili, and Kilis'' funeral, for such significant and idolized characters, is quite brief in the scenes, with a horn blowing by Dale and a welcome to the new King under the Mountain, Dane. Originally, this scene was filmed to be much longer, but it had
Fans can see the scene as it was intended to be, with Gandalf revealing a touching and powerful Eulogy for the characters, which feels much more true to the scene, as well as what the dwarves meant to him. Gandalf announces, in front of the room of Danes dwarves, each holding a light as their show of love, love, and respect for the fallen: The King has come unto his own, under mountain, under stone. Through all the
These lines are profound and profound, because they describe the return to the soil and the earth that everybody must endure one day, and they are particularly important for Thorin, who wanted nothing more than to stay under the mountain, returning in his home, where he will now stay forever, died. The line Go now into the deep is a testament to Dane''s commitment to continue, fight harder, and go far beyond where others would be willing to go, and also of their deep love, ambition, and desire to return to their once beloved kingdom
Even the rest of the actors in the scene, who can be seen in an emotionally disturbed silence, said that watching Ian Mckellen perform this Eulogy was a touching and intense experience, and that the actor was so impressed with the character, and that it made the emotions of the loss so manifest. This made them truly sympathize with his peers, and the shared trauma that he had all experienced during the battle. In many ways, fans believe it is a shame that these words of Gandalfs did not include into the final