PG-13 | | Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
While Frodo and Sam edge closer to Mordor with the help of the shifty Gollum, the divided fellowship makes a stand against Sauron's new ally, Saruman, and his hordes of Isengard.
When Grima Wormtongue sees Saruman's army of 10,000, he is so shocked that a tear falls from one of his eyes. This wasn't in the script; it's something that Brad Dourif can do at will, and he and the filmmakers decided that it would work well for the scene.
Why are there so few of you, when you live so long? Are there Ent children?
Treebeard: Burárum. There have been no Entlings for a terrible long count of years.
Merry: Why is that?
Treebeard: We lost the Entwives.
Pippin: Oh, I'm sorry. How did they die?
Treebeard: Die? No. We *lost* them. And now...
In the scene where Treebeard the ent is carrying Merry and Pippen through the forest explaining to them about the lack of Ent-wives, the location of the branches around his head keep moving. Either they are from the side of his head and his shoulder, two out of his head, or none at all.
On the extended edition DVD, John Noble, who plays Denethor, has his name typoed as John Nogle.
English, Sindarin, Old English
£13,063,560 (UK) (20 December 2002)
$340,478,898 (USA) (12 December 2003)
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