Gandalf  never says “ You shall not pass ” in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. Only in The Fellowship of the Ring by Peter Jackson does he say this, but even in that adaptation, he can clearly be heard saying “ You cannot pass ” when he first speaks to the Balrog.
One of the most memorable lines from the Lord of the Rings movies is when Gandalf stands before the Balrog and says “You shall not pass.”
‘Go in peace! I will not say: do not weep; for not all tears are an evil. ‘
Fly means to flee or run away. Gandalf was obviously saying run from the goblins that are coming your way or you ‘ll flipping die. Gandalf himself knew that he was going to fall no matter how hard he tried, so he told the others to fly you fools , calling them fools because there was nothing they could do anyway.
In The Lord of the Rings, Gandalf the wizard fights a demon known as a Balrog . Tolkien’s Balrogs have their own mythology. In Tolkien’s Elvish language Sindarin, Balrog means “demon of might”. After Sauron, Balrogs were the most powerful and most terrifying of his servants.
In “Lord of the Rings” how does Gandalf die ? As it turns out those wizards are pretty tough. The Balrog pulled him down off the Bridge of Khazad-dum in Moria into a vast, seemingly bottomless pit. They fell together, and the Balrog’s fire surrounded Gandalf , and he was burned.
Gandalf’s death, of course, doesn’t last long. He returns in Tolkien’s second novel of the series, The Two Towers, in an even more powerful form: Gandalf the White. ( Gandalf , like all the wizards in Tolkien’s universe, is actually one of the “Maiar,” immortal spirits who can take human form.)
In Moria, when Gandalf confronts the Balrog on the bridge of Khazad-dûm, Gandalf says the following: I am a servant of the Secret Fire, wielder of the flame of Anor. You cannot pass! The dark fire will not avail you, flame of Udûn.
Just before falling with the Balrog, [ Gandalf ] tries to surreptitiously tell them the secret plan but was too surreptitious and they didn’t understand. According to the Redditor, Gandalf’s famous line, “ Fly , you fools !” is actually him telling the Fellowship to go to the eagles.
The actual quote: ” Fly , you fools!” I swear, whenever I try to remember this climactic scene from The Fellowship of the Ring, I hear it as ” Run , you fools!” In fact in the original theatrical release Gandalf did say ” run “, but in every DVD release he has been dubbed to say ” fly ” to more accurately reflect the dialogue
Gandalf dropped because the fellowship were looking like they were coming back into the open on bridge to try to rescue him. They would have been peppered with arrows and the chance of getting to him before he fell or was hit by an arrow himself was very low.
What were Gandalf’s last words to Bilbo in this book? You don’t really suppose, do you, that all your adventures and escapes were managed by mere luck; just for your sole benefit & You are a very fine person, Mr. Baggins; and I am very fond of you; but you are only quite a little fellow in a wide world after all.
Galadriel was always meant to have a very otherworldly quality. She’s among the most powerful elves in the entire realm of Middle Earth, and her power is enhanced by her beauty and her ethereal nature. To heighten this, Galadriel got an extensive amount of special lighting to make her look especially otherworldly.
The pull of the ring is not too great on the hobbits because it senses nothing remarkable or exceptional in them. The ring has a will of its own and will work itself towards evil anytime that it can . It takes a strong and stubborn mind to resist it. We see Boromir give in to the will of the ring and he’s only near it.
Gandalf came back as the white wizard because the current white wizard (Saruman) had turned his back on what the Maia were meant to be doing in Middle Earth and had joined Sauron in his goal of domination of Middle Earth. Becoming the white wizard meant that Gandalf was the head of the Istari sent to Middle Earth.