Promotional photographs for The Hobbit have slowly been released recently, but today’s was a real treat. Finally, we’re able to see what Aidan Turner looks like as his character, Kili! The image has been added to the Gallery and, hopefully, more updates about this epic movie will come soon. (Thanks to Geneva for providing ATO with a high-quality image!)
I have added screencaps from the final episode of series 3, really wasn’t expecting that ending, it had me in tears.
I have added screencaps from episode 6.
I have added screencaps from episode 5.
I have added screencaps from episode 4. Best ever episode yet!
Aidan attended “The Hobbit: Part 1″ Press Conference, and I have added an image thanks to modtang.
Today’s press conference opened with an apology from Peter Jackson, who said he couldn’t be there as he was “under a form of medical house arrest” since being hospitalised with a perforated ulcer last week.
“And to be honest, perhaps it’s just as well. These guys make me laugh so hard that I’d be in danger of popping a stitch or something,” Jackson continued in his statement.
Confirming the truth of that, the cast of 13 dwarves and one hobbit kept up a constant flow of quips and wisecracks throughout the whole press conference. We knew Martin Freeman was funny with a good script – well, he’s hilarious without one as well.
Many fans have been wondering whether 13 dwarves would become a generic mass in the film, or whether they would be fleshed out in the script to have individual personalities.
Dwarf actors William Kirchner and Peter Hambleton spoke on that: “We are thirteen distinct and strong personalities – but we are an ensemble as well”.
Speaking of ensemble, the dwarves confirmed they’d be doing their own singing. “It’s all staying very close to the book – yes, there WILL be singing.”
The dwarves apparently all look very different. Aidan Turner, or Fili, said that they were still experimenting with different amounts of facial hair to define their look. “Facial hair is under review – hence the different beards we’ve got today!” Jed Brophy, or Nori, (who played numerous highly- prostheticised characters in LOTR) said that yes, he [and we presume the others] would be recognisable. “I’m so happy to be me. And I hope to get through this film without dying. Horribly.”
I have added screencaps from episode 3.
I have added screencaps from episode 2 of series 3.