Man, Sean O'Neal of the AV Club is hilarious:
When Peter Jackson said that he was bringing every possible actor he could find from the Lord Of The Rings
trilogy into The Hobbit
out of some deep-seated fear that without their comforting presence, audiences would somehow dismiss it, thereby sending him into a shame spiral of binge eating that would cause him to regain all the weight he’s lost—actually, wait, Peter Jackson didn’t say this. These were our own cynical conclusions, based entirely on the fact that The Hobbit
is increasingly turning into some sort of Middle Earth high school reunion. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course; some bleed-over is to be expected, even if some of Jackson’s efforts to ensure the films link up lately feel strangely compulsive.
Anyway, the newest LOTR
actor confirmed to return is Ian Holm, who will reprise his role as the elder Bilbo Baggins, despite the fact that The Hobbit
a Bilbo Baggins—namely Martin Freeman, who seems increasingly lucky to be getting any screen time at all
or park chanwook/bak chanuk
or the guy who directed Bad Santa
or sacha baron cohen.
none of these guys would be allowed anywhere near The Hobbit, but the results would be funktacular.
edit: the Bad Santa director has experience working with little people.
Last edited by ssj; 06-05-2011 at 03:23 AM.
Evangeline lilly as an Elf.
That makes sens...
I demand this timeless classic to be included in the soundtrack. Or at least a cameo by Nimoy.
Well, yeah, exept Evangeline lilly as an Elf is not a wishfull thinking of mine, it's official
Regardless of Evangeline Lilly's current Elfic status or lack thereof, I still demand the above.
oh boy do i wish that was just a fanwish...
Originally Posted by TMBTM
Things I'd kill for:
1. Saw footage without blur filters
2. Shared Dark Tower movie universe
And there's me thinking that it didn't get any better than Elfin Liv Tyler, oh how wrong I was.
'Today a young man on acid realised that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream and we are the imagination of ourselves'
Guybrush: Im looking for 30 dead guys and one woman.
Cannibal: I dont want to hear anymore about it.
Ahhh The Cuttlefish & Asparagus or The Vanilla Paste?
I was thinking the exact same thing. It all could be let down by a poor English accent though......unless PJ goes for American elves????
Originally Posted by nOmArch
And Dame Edna is in as well.....
Miss Lilly is also good at speaking different languages, I think I heard her speaking pretty good french.
Could help speaking elvish.
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