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06/22/2011

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KiplingKat

We got pics! Including, possibly, a blurry one of Thorin in the background?

KiplingKat

Oh, it would help if I put up the link:

http://www.ew.com/ew/gallery/0,,20504849,00.html#20980350

Mulubinba

You're a gem!!! Thank you for linking!!! Looks good to me :)

PS: Glad you have found me over here. I'm struggling up into the misty mountains at the moment trying to think of a suitable post to write. Riddles in the dark might take a while :)

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  • Actor Richard Armitage has been cast as Thorin Oakenshield in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit Movies. This blog aims to explore the stories about Tolkien's dwarves and any other material that may be related to The Hobbit. I have been a long time follower of Richard Armitage's work and have also developed a great love and appreciation of Tolkien's writings. I was captivated by Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings movies and will wait with great anticipation to see how he can bring "The Hobbit" to life for audiences.
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