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'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' Stills

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John Callen as Oin and Peter Hambleton as Gloin in Warner Bros. Pictures' The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - 2012

Distant cousins of Thorin Oakenshield, these two doughty Northern Dwarves join the Company out of a sense of loyalty to their kin, and also because they have a substantial sum of money invested in the venture. Along with Bombur, Gloin is the only other married Dwarf in the Company (there being a shortage of female dwarves in general). His wife is an acclaimed beauty with a particularly fine beard. Gloin is the proud father of a young son, Gimli, who will go on to become part of the famous Fellowship of the Ring.

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Crazay4099d ago

Yet another awesome looking picture.

Arcee4099d ago

I can't wait to see this one. To have Jackson back on the Tolkien series is just tremendous.

Crazay4098d ago

I'm not much of a fan of Peter Jackson's. I did love The Frighteners though. I'd really like to see him go back to that series.

Arcee4098d ago

I love The Frighteners also. I would love to see a sequel or series made from that film.

Crazay4098d ago

I seem to recall there being an animated series in the works years ago. Maybe I'm on drugs. =P

alycakes4098d ago

They are just so cute...I'm going to love this movie. I hope it turns out to be as good as I think it should be.

No_Pantaloons4098d ago

This movie's gonna fail. I don't know why they waited so long. The book was weak compared to the LotR and any anticipation for this movie has long dried up. Not to mention dorfs and hobbits have the least amount of mass appeal, and the general public is not all that interested in the genre to begin with. I just don't see this being very popular, maybe opens at number 1 but dies down quick.

Psychonaughty4098d ago

Umm I think you'll find that Hobbits are the most popular race in LOTR's actually, maybe not for you but for most people they are there's no doubt, also these movies will be very successful indeed as the book is an absolute beloved classic far more than Harry Potter for example, you'll see.