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The Necromancers Voice

Lieutenant of Dol Guldur
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Nov 13 2013, 12:27pm


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There have been speculations if and in which dimension the Necromancer will speak and if he is directly talking to Gandalf/Radagast or not… well in the latest Empire Magazine if found this interesting quote:


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Together Radagast and Gandalf investigate the evil spirit known as the Necromancer - voiced, like Smaug, by Benedict Cumberbatch, though McKellen didn't know it at the time. "I don't think Benedict was even on board when we shot it. If there was a voice it was probably Peter Jackson speaking over his loud hailer. He can do all sorts of voices, Peter: Smaug, the Necromancer… but they all sound like Peter Jackson really"


So does that mean we'll here more than his whispering voice as in AUJ? What would you like to hear the Necromancer speak and especially what do you want him to sound like?

- Dark and powerful as in FOTRs Saurons voice "Build me an army worthy of Mordor!"
- Whispering and almost unclear as the LOTRs Rings and AUJs Necromancers voice? "Aragorn! Elessar…"

"There is only one Lord of the Ring, only one who can bend it to his will. And he does not share power."

(This post was edited by Lieutenant of Dol Guldur on Nov 13 2013, 12:28pm)

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The Necromancers Voice Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Send a private message to Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Nov 13 2013, 12:27pm
    I think I would prefer the second option Glorfindela Send a private message to Glorfindela Nov 13 2013, 12:32pm
        And don't leave out Smaug ;) Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Send a private message to Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Nov 13 2013, 12:36pm
            I think Benedict Cumberbatch… Glorfindela Send a private message to Glorfindela Nov 13 2013, 12:54pm
                Of course he can Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Send a private message to Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Nov 13 2013, 1:02pm
                    That's why a 'thinner', more whispering voice for the Necromancer… Glorfindela Send a private message to Glorfindela Nov 13 2013, 1:08pm
                        That's out of question yes Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Send a private message to Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Nov 13 2013, 1:10pm
    The Necromancer Remus Send a private message to Remus Nov 13 2013, 2:08pm
        Maybe for a different type of movie or show Elskidor Send a private message to Elskidor Nov 13 2013, 3:12pm
    I don't know why they didn't use the same voice from LOTR sycorax82 Send a private message to sycorax82 Nov 13 2013, 4:33pm
        I second that Remus Send a private message to Remus Nov 13 2013, 4:37pm
        Is it not because the Necromancer is "younger (as it were)" at this point? FaramirAndEowynMorningStar Send a private message to FaramirAndEowynMorningStar Nov 13 2013, 4:47pm
            Uh Faleel Send a private message to Faleel Nov 13 2013, 5:11pm
    I hope he does a few of the "loud dark powerful" speeches FaramirAndEowynMorningStar Send a private message to FaramirAndEowynMorningStar Nov 13 2013, 5:03pm
        Sauron is older than Arda Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Send a private message to Lieutenant of Dol Guldur Nov 13 2013, 10:25pm
    In the ROTK:EE Wandelf Send a private message to Wandelf Nov 13 2013, 10:32pm
        I think that is Remus Send a private message to Remus Nov 13 2013, 10:40pm
            Ah... Wandelf Send a private message to Wandelf Nov 13 2013, 10:42pm

 
 
 

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