Discussion in 'Community' started by -Courtney-, Nov 25, 2006.
I wonder if Peter Jackson will **** with the timeline some more so we can have Aragorn slay Smaug.
Aragorn is not in the Hobbit movies
Aragorn is not the in Hobbit movies....yet.
He could be in them! He could be an imposter!
"For Bilbo." Then he charges on Smaug.
He's my favorite!
Well, one of eleven favorites.
Who didn't like Peter Cushing as The Doctor?
I didn't like any of the AU ones...
But this is getting off topic.
The entire cast for the 3 movies has already been revealed, and Aragorn isn't one of them
Pick up shots man, pick up shots.
The reflection of the guy filming it just makes the clip hilarious, somehow.
They'll save Aragorn for the EE.
Bilbo will go into an inn, go up to him,
"I beg you, join us in-"
Yay, I was hoping this would happen. http://www.thecivilian.co.nz/peter-jackson-planning-novelization-of-the-hobbit/ I think it would make an excellent book.
Finished The Silmarillion. During this read I couldn't not be amused by Círdan. While everyone else fights Morgoth and Sauron and each other, vow to do silly things, have issues with their relatives and lovers and just generally mess their lives, he just chills in various havens. His name is mentioned a lot, starting from chapter 5 of Quenta and continuing to the last page of The Third Age, but it's always "Círdan was the leader of the elves of X havens". Never "Círdan fought X" or "Círdan wanted X". And guess what? He's the only elf who woke up when the stars were lit and is still alive in the Middle-Earth at the end of the Third Age. When he is given a Ring of Power, he just gives it to a guy in bathrobe who happens to row into his havens.
And I finally figured out what his beard must look like:
Jeff Bridges in LOTR would be a wonderful thing.
Great. Now every time I read the name "Círdan", I'm going to picture Jeff Bridges.
Not that there's anything wrong with that...
Article on TOR.N about visiting the standing Hobbiton set. And the accompanying video:
I really want to see what that was.
Edit: Ok cool.
Movie set pilgrimage compare and contrast:
New LOTR lego set revealed...
Not big enough. Not detailed enough. Stumpy. Although that Saruman minifig (3:53) does look a LOT like Sir Chris.