SPOILER NewsWire: Wizard Death Casts Spell Over Spectators - The Evening Post
Gandalf the Grey or perhaps Saruman the White.
Perhaps this is Gandalf, but when did he fall on a spiked wheel. Didn't he fall to the depths of Moria and then climb to the heights of Zirakzigil? What would a spiked wheel be doing at the bottom of the Khazad-dum?
Now a spiked wheel at Orthanc, that makes sense. Saruman is making all sorts of evil toys to send against the people of Rohan. Wouldn't it be fitting that he died on one of those?
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"Wizard death casts spell over spectators
08 AUGUST 2000
"Did Gandalf the wizard breath his last breath in the Hutt Valley today?
"Filming of a scene from the $360 million The Lord Of The Rings trilogy could clearly be seen at a set on a vacant site in Peterkin St, Taita, today.
"Parts of the set, which included a large blue screen, a spotlight on a crane and props, have been visible from the street for the past few days.
"The scene today showed what appeared to be wizard character Gandalf, who is played by British actor Sir Ian McKellen, impaled on large spiked wooden wheel. Crew were moving the wheel in an anti-clockwise direction during filming.
Will the Real Grey Wizard Please Stand Up?
"Gandalf falls into an abyss and disappears, returning later as the more powerful Gandalf the White.
"Other sightseers today included a couple who perched on the roof of their car for a view of the action. A woman used a telescope, while a man took photographs.
"Film company Three Foot Six and New Line Cinema have been highly secretive about filming in the Wellington region, keeping the media off site and limiting the release of film images.
"Filming began on Mt Victoria last October and has also taken place in the Dry Creek Quarry on Haywards Hill, the former Fort Dorset site in Seatoun, and Harcourt Park in Upper Hutt."