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  1. An Interview With the Folks Behind Cartoon Network’s Over the Garden Wall, Premiering Tonight!

    Vital information for your every day life.

    Over the Garden Wall is Cartoon Network's first original animated miniseries event, created by Patrick McHale, one of the network's up and coming ex-Adventure Time writers. Starting tonight at 7pm and continuing all this week, we'll get the story of brothers Wirt (Elijah Wood) and Greg (Colin Dean) and their bluebird companion Beatrice (Melanie Lynskey), as they travel through the strange places beyond the Garden Wall in five half-hour segments.

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  2. Air New Zealand Has Done Another Cameo-Filled, LotR-Themed Safety Briefing

    Dean O'Gorman, why are you wearing a seatbelt you are on a horse.

    I may not get to cavort around New Zealand anytime soon—something about it costing money, I dunno—but at least I get to watch "The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made." You milk those Middle Earth movies, Air New Zealand. You milk them as long as you possibly can.

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  3. Elijah Wood Is About to Jump on Reddit for an AMA About His New Movie Grand Piano

    Plus you get to read what I thought about the movie!

    If you have any questions for Elijah Wood about his new movie Grand Piano (which is really great, by the way), then now's your chance. He'll be on Reddit today from 3:30-5:30PM taking questions.

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  4. Summer Glau, Ron Perlman, and Elijah Wood To Voice Comic Book Characters In Alternate Peter Pan Story


    How do you get someone to watch your motion comic? Cast Elijah Wood, Summer Glau, and Ron Perlman. They'll be voicing characters in Image Comic's Peter Panzerfaust, a World War II-set Peter Pan tale. And oh yeah, it's bringing Hook's Rufio, Dante Basco, back to Neverland as well.

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  5. That One Time Peter Jackson Made Elijah Wood Get Done Up Like Gollum

    My Precious!

    I'm sorry to scare you like this. A test shot has been making the rounds today thanks to a post at It depicts actor Elijah Wood in what might have been a scene in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings. The scene was either never filmed or wound up on the cutting room floor but would have shown us the eventual fate of Frodo had things not gone the way of the good guys which, as it turns out, would have meant Frodo becoming Gollum's twin. (via Blastr) Previously in The Hobbit

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  6. New Hobbit Pictures Prove Elijah Wood Will Never Age

    Questions! Questions That Need Answering

    Don't fret, Elijah Wood is merely reprising his role as Frodo in a framing device for the Hobbitses. What disturbs me is that it's been more than a decade, and the man can still play a younger version of his ten-year-old role. I'm also not sure, if, in one of these pictures, Bilbo is wearing a purple suit and a cravat. Please. Help me.

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  7. Elijah Wood Doesn’t Really Know How to Sit on the Iron Throne, Does it Anyway

    Winter Is Coming

    Elijah Wood is a pint-sized fanboy, and we love it. In Northern Ireland for an upcoming project, Wood used some of his good ol' Frodo caché to score a visit to the set of Game of Thrones. He was so excited that he spent the descent of his flight in audibly humming the theme song. Once there, he got to experience something a shocking number of characters in the series have literally killed for: Sit in the Iron Throne. Too bad he's not that good at it. (via Blastr)

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  8. Elijah Wood Is Going to Play the Lead Role in a Piano Thriller. Yes, a Piano Thriller.

    it's time to play the music

    One of our favorite actors from Back to the Future Part II* was just announced to have taken a lead role in a new movie called Grand Piano. An indie thriller, it is being described as "Speed with a piano" and involves Wood's character being forced to play the piano in a way that is so good that it will save lives. But like I said, this is a thriller and not a feel-good family movie about a do-gooder-slash-ivory-tickler. Nope -- the Speed to which I refer is the 1994 Keanu Reeves action movie about the terrorized bus. Yup. Speed with a piano. Play, Elijah Wood! Play until the world is safe from evil! *You had no idea, did you?

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  9. Ellen DeGeneres Plays 7 Minutes In Heaven With A Fella? [VIDEO]

    Don't Panic

    Comedian Mike O'Brien has managed to get the likes of Christina Ricci, Elijah Wood, Amy Poehler, Tracy Morgan, and Kristen Wiig (as you can see here), among others, alone in a closet with him. How? He hosts a web show called 7 Minutes in Heaven. His version of the classic middle school party game includes chatting about guests' work, performing improvisational scenes, and yes, often awkward kisses. Usually to hilarious results and I can only hope that one day I'm famous enough to be a guest (I hope my boyfriend isn't reading this). Regardless, I always wonder whether the actors know what they're getting themselves into or not (in the case of rap group ICP, probably not) when they put themselves into the tiny space with O'Brien for 7 Minutes in Heaven. After all, the show hasn't been around that long. In any case, I wasn't quite sure what would happen when Ellen DeGeneres appeared, the talk show host is of course married to actress Portia di Rossi. See for yourself.

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  10. Death & Return of Superman Short Film: It’s Funny Cuz It’s True (& Has Amazing Cameos)

    we loled

    The Death and Return of Superman is "a somewhat-mostly-accurate educational parody film," according to its creators. Those creators? Bryan Basham and Max Landis, the son of famed director John Landis. This is a video comic fans will get very excited over (whether positively or negatively) and that non-readers will get a kick out of because it's so ridiculous it couldn't possibly be true. Except it kinda is. It also includes cameos from Mandy Moore, Elijah Wood, Chris Hardwick, Simon Pegg (as John Landis) and one more extra special appearance I don't want to spoil. Give it a watch. 

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