Along with recent reports that Elijah Wood, Orlando Bloom, Cate Blanchett,andthe guy who plays Gollum are also Hobbit-ready, it would seem that the band, as they say, is really getting back together. The hobbits had such a wonderful time on their first big job, and they wanted to commemorate it in some way. But for anybody who’s followed the Internet hand-wringing about the on-again-off-again production, it can feel presumptuous to assume anything until we actually see the opening credits roll. I respect books, but what I don’t respect is that particular little verse. You don’t have a problem with the rest of Leviticus? Okay, okay…I know that *just because* they like to play golf together, or hang out on a park bench, or have dinner together with extended family, it doesn’t mean they’re a couple. Here’s a young Pace (according to a co-star) performing Puttin’ on the Ritz. Get entertainment, celebrity and politics updates via Facebook or Twitter. After all, James Franco has a live-in boyfriend, and they’re not a couple. If you’re the kind of person who gets obsessive about all things Tolkienian, it’s been a pretty big week. Sir Ian Mc Kellen made it official Tuesday, announcing on his Web site that he’ll playing Gandalf in the upcoming two-part movie adaptation of The Hobbit, which begins filming in New Zealand next month.
“Out door” Sunday’s are full of creatures marching slowly, blindly, aimlessly towards the pub and football and pints.
And what do you know, fantasy may have stumbled upon reality.
A Twitter user posted this “creeper” photo of Lee and Richard in Washington Square Park taken a few days ago: And this ridiculous smiley-faced golf-cart photo must mean something, right?
Elijah Wood has paid touching tribute to the late actor Sir Christopher Lee.
Wood, who played Frodo alongside Lee's Lord Saruman on the Lord of the Rings franchise, tweeted that the actor would be profoundly missed as an “icon, and a towering human being with stories for days.”Lee passed away on 7 June in a London hospital aged 93.