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First Look at Orlando Bloom in 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again'

From EW:

When the second and third installments of the Hobbit trilogy, The Desolation of Smaug (out Dec. 13, 2013) and There and Back Again (out July 18, 2014), arrive in theaters, we’ll encounter some familiar faces as well as some new ones as Bilbo and the dwarves continue their perilous journey to the Lonely Mountain, home of the dragon Smaug. One familiar face will be Orlando Bloom’s elf Legolas, a major character in the Rings trilogy but one not mentioned in the Hobbit book. (Cinema, The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies)

StarWarsFan  +   717d ago
First look? Just look at the Lord Of The Rings trilogy. Same look.
Tony13175  +   717d ago
It's funny because Luke Evans kind of looks like Bloom, but with all his Legolas make up Bloom doesn't look like Bloom.
alycakes  +   716d ago
I thought Orlando Bloom was replaced by someone else to play the part.
DarkBlood  +   716d ago
is he looking at him self in the picture o.o?

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