the hobbit production


Orlando Bloom shares his personal on-set photos of the filming of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring to mark the 15th Anniversary of its cinematic release 


And this is what happens when I don’t have homework. Based on this imagine. 

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“Bilbo, will you braid my hair for me?” The question slipped out of your mouth before you could stop it. It hadn’t been meant to sound so “implication-like”, as he would call it later on, but it had already come out, and there was no avoiding it now. 

The hobbit blinked bleakly in your direction. “You want me to what?” he squeaked when he found his voice. 

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A Thranduil movement appreciation post

Behold Thranduil, the lean, mean Orc-killing machine, wielding his double swords in his inimitable style:

An overhead view:

Clearly, all those movement training sessions paid off:

Also, from this:

Came this:

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“Some of the work that I really loved is with Terry Notary, who designs movement for different races. And the ways the elves move, is completely different from the way the dwarves move, obviously. It was really fun to get into that character, and really move in a way that is not human.”

  –Lee Pace, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - Production Video #8