LiberLibelula's redesign of Snow White as if she were a World of Warcraft character would explain why she hung out with all those dwarven men. But there are six other redesigns for you to check out in this gallery. For the rest of Liber's art, check out her DeviantArt page!
...okay, but also, Pocahontas is totally a Night Elf Druid, Stitch is a Goblin, the Beast is a Worgen Warrior, Merida is a Dwarf Hunter, and Ariel is a Human.
Middle school English teacher Marcella Clinard used this costume to threaten her students with a good axing if they didn't read The Lord of the Rings. And she's willing to tell other people who are long of hair and short of beard how to do the same.
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"What, still?" you say.
"Yup," I respond.
"But the movie comes out three days from now," you insist.
"Yeah, but it's nearly three hours long, they couldn't possibly show us the whole thing just in commercials before then. They can only try."
Joatmonjb has done us a great favor today. The Youtube user has taken all of the footage revealed in The Hobbit's TV spots and trailers, and reordered it in as close to the order those clips will appear in the movie as we can tell. Sure, it make for a seven minute film that's mostly dwarves sitting around and eating Bilbo's food, but just think of it as a Thanksgiving tie in.
(via Bleeding Cool.)
This new poster for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is almost as packed as a wine barrel leaving Mirkwood. Those dwarves giving the "sexy-eyes" really stand out from the crowd, don't they?
Previously in The Hobbit
You know, I'd assumed that the cast of The Hobbit movies was just about solid, but I suppose I'd reckoned without the movie's overwhelming need to find weathered older men to play approximately five billion dwarves.
Am I complaining? Nope.
Yes Martin just stand on this box yes this box right here and look vaguely apprehensive and confused for three hours now we'll cut in twenty minutes of old Gollum footage in the middle and basically that's The Hobbit, yeah? Three hours of the Hobbit; i.e., you; so what could anyone complain about?
I said it earlier this summer when Harry Potter was wrapping up, in a moment of pure old-lady-sitting-on-a-porch unfairness, that my high-school-experience-defining movie series was coming back with all the same production personas, plus ten years of advancements in special effects, for two more movies so there.
And you know what, I stand by that. The Hobbit comes out in a year, on December 14th 2012 (just cutting in six days before the Mayan apocalypse) and fittingly, the production has released its first official plot synopsis. As if you needed to know.
Good News Everyone: New Zealand is going to get to see The Hobbit before the rest of us do.
Wait, no. That's not the one I wanted to say.
Hobbiton is becoming an official, permanent tourist destination. There we go.
Left to right, Stephen Hunter as Bombur (aka the one who invites reader envy by being able to sleep through all that interminably long Mirkwood stuff), James Nesbitt as Bofur and William Kircher as Bifur.
Looks like somebody in Thorin and Co. remembered that if they're going to go conquer lair of a giant-millenia-old-fire-breathing-dragon-owned mountain, ten Multiclassed Dwarf Fighters and one Halfling Rogue is really overkill, and they'll need somebody who knows how to mine if they're ever going to make a long-term profit off the place once they pay off the adventurers tax on that hoard, not to mention all the trouble they might get into over the Arkenstone, so lets pick up some peasants along the way. Just tell them we'll pay for all their beer.