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    July 18, 2011

    COMPLETE LOOK OF THE DWARFS IN THE HOBBITS

    [UPDATE]: We have the poster of Thorin Oakenfield been uploaded here.

    Earlier this week, Green Tea Movie showed you two different images that gave you the first insight look on some of the thirteen dwarfs that will be featured in the upcoming Peter Jackson's epic grandiose adaptation of The Hobbits. Yes you can go here and here again to view it. At the moment, New Line Cinemas, Warner Bros and MGM Studio are focusing their marketing by releasing bits on the dwarf characters. Previously, they have actively engaged in promoting the two main characters from the prequel - Martin Freeman's Bilbo Baggins and Ian McKellen's Gandalf. Yes, we are pretty sure that this move will create some early awareness on The Hobbit and it has been nothing less than impressing me. Jump after the read more button to view the complete images of The Hobbit.

    THORIN OAKENFIELD

    Photo credit from TheOneRing.net

    As a young Dwarf prince, Thorin witnessed the destruction and terror wrought when a great fire-breathing Dragon attacked the Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor. After slaughtering many of Thorin’s kin, the great serpent, Smaug, entered The Lonely Mountain and took possession of its vast store of gold and jewels. No-one came to the aid of the surviving Dwarves, and thus, a once proud and noble race was forced into exile. Through long years of hardship, Thorin grew to be a strong and fearless fighter and revered leader. In his heart a fierce desire grew; a desire to reclaim his homeland and destroy the beast that had brought such misery upon his people. So when fate offers him an unusual ally, he seizes the chance for revenge.

    OIN AND GLOIN

    Photo credit from Coming Soon

    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. Peter Hambleton as Gloin (father of Gimli in the Lord of the Rings trilogy) and John Callen as Oin (brothers).

    NORI, ORI AND DORI

    Photo credit from Coming Soon

    These three brothers, all sons of the same mother, could not be more different from each other. Dori, the oldest, spends much of his time watching out for Ori, the youngest; making sure he’s not caught a chill or got himself killed by Wargs or Goblins. Nobody quite knows what Nori gets up to most of the time, except that it’s guaranteed to be dodgy and quite probably, illegal. Dori, Nori and Ori are intensely loyal to each other – and whilst they are perfectly happy fighting amongst themselves, woe-betide any anyone who means harm to one of these brothers.

    FILI AND KILI

    Photo credit from Coming Soon

    Two of the youngest dwarves, Fili and Kili have been born into the royal line of Durin and raised under the stern guardianship of their uncle, Thorin Oakensheild. Neither has ever travelled far, nor ever seen the fabled Dwarf City of Erebor. For both, the journey to the Lonely Mountain represents adventure and excitement. Skilled fighters, both brothers set off on their adventure armed with the invincible courage of youth, neither being able to imagine the fate which lies before them.

    BOMBUR, BOFUR AND BIFURI

    Photo credit from Coming Soon

    While most of the Company of Thorin Oakensheild is related to the royal and noble line of Durin, Bofur, his brother Bombur and their cousin Bifur most definitely are... not. Born and bred in the West, descendants of coal miners and iron workers, they have joined the Quest for the Lonely Mountain partly to seek their fortune and partly because they were told the beer was free.

    BALIN AND DWALIN

    Photo credit from Coming Soon

    Dwarf Lords in their own right, Balin and Dwalin are close relatives of Thorin. Beyond this, these brothers are two of his most loyal and trusted friends. An old warrior, Balin has lived through hard times and fought many battles, yet he harbors doubts about the wisdom of the Quest to retake the Lonely Mountain. Dwalin has no such forebodings – his belief in Thorin's leadership is unshakeable. A powerful and bruising fighter, with a natural tendency to distrust anyone who is not a Dwarf, particularly anyone who might be an Elf, Dwalin is not someone to cross lightly.

    In The Hobbit, a total of 13 dwarfs will be appearing - namely Fili, Kili, Oin, Gloin, Thorin Oakenshield, Dwalin, Balin, Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Dori, Nori, and Ori. Here is the list of those portraying them (beware, it will be a quite a long list):
    • Richard Armitage as Thorin Oakenshield (The leader of the Company of Dwarves who have set out to reclaim the Lonely Mountain from Smaug the dragon)
    • Graham McTavish as Dwalin and Ken Scott as Balin (brothers)
    • Aidan Turner as Kili and Dean O'Gorman as Fili (brothers, nephews of Thorin)
    • Jed Brophy, Adam Brown and Mark Hadlow as Nori, Ori and Dori respectively
    • Peter Hambleton as Gloin (father of Gimli in the Lord of the Rings trilogy) and John Callen as Oin (brothers)
    • William Kircher as Bifur
    • James Nesbitt as Bofur and Stephen Hunter as Bombur (brothers and cousins of Bifur)
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