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thrannduil:

anon asked: Haldir or Lindir? {make me choose}

"It is not easy for us to tell the difference between two mortals," said the Elf.

"Nonsense, Lindir," snorted Bilbo. "If you can’t distinguish between a Man and a Hobbit, your judgement is poorer than I imagined. They’re as different as peas and apples."

"Maybe. To sheep other sheep no doubt appear different," laughed Lindir. "Or to shepherds. But Mortals have not been our study. We have other business."



letuscrossovertheriver:

April 12th, 1861 

Confederates open fire on Fort Sumter, South Carolina, beginning the American Civil War. 



thetrekkiehasthephonebox:

jezuskrisztus:

I can 300% relate to this 

THEIR NOSES GET COLD AND CATS ARE SO CUTE



animeandfilmotaku:

justlittleclassicfilmthings:

Gregory Peck was suave as hell.
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forcolorfulskies amildlookingsky and me

animeandfilmotaku:

justlittleclassicfilmthings:

Gregory Peck was suave as hell.

Submitted by: Anonymous

forcolorfulskies amildlookingsky and me


thranduil’s armor ◡‿◡✿



“There’s a much longer version of Mirkwood that we shot. Umm… there’s a really beautiful sequence where Bombur falls into the stream, the Enchanted Stream, and we have to carry him. And then also, Thorin and Bilbo see the white stag, which is this sort of manifestation of the Elf King, kind of projecting himself into the forest. And Thorin kind of symbolically tries to kill the stag with his crossbow. Which I…you know, that was really disappointing that that couldn’t be in the film because I do think, I think it’s like a little beacon of the relationship between Thorin and the Elf King.” — Richard Armitage in [The Hobbit Twitter Q&A ]
"What scenes will be included on the extended edition of Desolation?" (via richardandlee)