Discussion in 'Community' started by -Courtney-, Nov 25, 2006.
i like the balin one, though he appears to have a serious case of dandruff.
They can solve this with one explanatory line to the tune of "Humans can't handle our (incredibly potent Elvish) wine, but their (feeble human-made) beer hardly affects us at all."
Here is the source website for the character posters, with the additional three that were missing from the previous link.
I must say, Galadriel / Cate Blanchett looks as spiffy as ever.
Merlin pretty much covered it, but elf wine >>>>>>> human ale.
And oh! Those are the posters they had at Comic Con and I totally has all of these photos.
The Thorin poster is too 'airbrushed'. Difficult to see him underneath all that style. Difficult to connect. I know he's the top man, but he would've been better served with the same treatment all the other dwarves have been given. Elevate him in some other way, please. I look at all the other dwarf posters and I connect with the characters. I see them. Not Thorin.
My favourites are Gandalf, Balin, Dwalin and Bofur. Balin's is beautifully arranged - so as a poster I'd plump for that as the best.
Balin looks like Father Christmas on that poster. Which is not a bad thing per se.
And I know I was perplexed as to why Galadriel is holding the Light of Eärendil, since it was a gift for Frodo, but it just occurred to me that maybe it will figure in the Dol Guldur subplot - light in dark places where all other lights have gone out and all that.
Well I can't imagine they would have it on the poster and not include it in the film, so Dol Guldur seems as good a bet as any.
And some gorgeous Galadriel
Stunning. I love everything Radagast.
I fairly recently learned that Radegast was probably a minor Slavic god of hospitality and crops. Radegast is also a brand of Czech beer.
I'm not a huge beer drinker, but still... there's a beer I must try some day.
Remind me the next time we're in Prague.
Cate looks stunning there. I love how well she pulls of the ethereal look.
And if it comes in pints, I'm getting one!
I watched "Fellowship" last night. Can't believe that line didn't occur to me.
Shame on you, E!
Saw the new trailer in front of Cloud Atlas last night, and it was definitely the highlight of the evening. For me the trailer wasn't quite as good as the one with the dwarves singing at Bilbo's place, but it still gave a pretty good overview of how and where Jackson has adhered to, and deviated from, the novel.
New shots of Bilbo:
Hmm. His head looks funny in that picture.
Still images of moving film/video can often look weird.
My immediate reaction to the Galadriel poster was that it looks like she's flipping me the bird.
Is that a family tree on the right?
Either that or an image of the Party Tree...