Richard Armitage recently talked to Collider about his work on The Hobbit trilogy!
You can click the photo to view the interview, but here’s a quick roundup of questions answered from the source:
Is he enjoying being anonymous even when standing next to a Hobbit poster with Thorin on it. Also talks about transforming his physical appearance to play the character
Talks about his reaction to seeing the film for the first time
What’s been the biggest surprise making The Hobbit trilogy
Is he looking forward to the additional photography for the 3rd Hobbit movie next year. Talks about how it takes 10 weeks to grow back the beard
Which does he like filming more: the big action scenes or the intimate character moments
challenged you before to name all the dwarves in The Hobbit, and now — thanks to a new Hobbit banner — we can show them to you.
Here’s a vertical image of it, so you can see all the dwarves up close:
Here’s some hilarious commentary about all the dwarves
I remain a little mystified by Kili, who looks like he’s wandered straight off the set of
Gossip Girl– how can you even maintain that kind of artful stubble when you’re trekking through Middle Earth in search of a dragon? He’ll at least be easy to tell apart from the others, which is more than i can say for Thorin Oakenshield, who is the leader of the pack and clearly has that rugged hero thing going for him, but is also saddled with all the beard and fur that will make him hard to distinguish. Keep reading!
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How do you like this Hobbit poster, featuring a full assemblage of dwarves? Their expressions range from “Wizard of Oz” munchkin silly, to inquisitive, to (in the case of Thorin Oakenshield) ruthlessly determined. There’s something for everyone.
Challege: Can you identify all of them by their dwarf names? Can you name all the actors? Speak friend and enter!
(Shhhh…you can check your answers by looking at the tags below)
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There really is no other way to spin it: The Goblin King is NOT a good-looking creature. That doesn’t mean you should judge him, of course. Remember Shrek? It’s the inside that counts…
Except when you’re dealing with action figures. You can be superficial, then, and you can root for Thorin Oakenshield to smite his ruin upon the mountainside.
Here are some dazzling stills from the new Hobbit trailer,
courtesy of Huffington Post. Go to Huffington Post to see the fill slideshow.
As you can see…Gollum’s so anxious to look, so you should too! Click on “Continue Reading” to check out more pictures of breathtaking scenery and exhilarating adventure.
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USA Today has a
striking new collection of Hobbit photos that ought to leave every Tolkien fan salivating. And we’ll get to see the whole film in less than three months…so exciting!
Here are a few of them:
Bilbo Baggins at Bag End
The dwarves in Bag End
Thorin Oakenshield leads the pack.
Gandalf in the Shire.
See the full collection
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And now for a nice picture of Thorin Oakenshield looking ready for battle!
Thorin is played by Richard Armitage.