So here we have a whole new spate of new images from The Hobbit app that Warner Bros released. Now I wish they would do this for android phones as well – I am not even going to ask for something for my Blackberry because I know that is not going to happen. But who knows? We are after all, talking about a realm where dragons fly. 🙂 But apart from my meagre cribbing, let me get down directly to sharing the goodies that I gathered.
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Dean O’Gorman (born December 1, 1976) is an actor from New Zealand. He got his start in the television movie, The Rogue Stallion at the age of fourteen, and has appeared in both Hercules and Xena multiple times. His most recent works are guest appearances on New Zealand television shows, as well as a role in the 2008 film, The Legend of Bloody Mary.
O’Gorman was born in Auckland, New Zealand; he has a brother named Brett. He attended Rangitoto College and earned a black belt in karate by the age of ten.
O’Gorman’s beginning was in the made-for-television movies, The Rogue Stallion and Raider of the South Seas, both released in 1990. He moved into television series next, with a role as a nurse on the New Zealand soap opera, Shortland Street, and multiple characters on Hercules and Xena, as well as a recurring role as young Iolaus in Young Hercules, co-starring Ryan Gosling.
Most recently, he’s made guest appearances on shows such as, The Cult, Go Girls and Legend of the Seeker.
The first is Dean O’Gorman who will be playing Fili. He is scheduled to join the crew in NZ by next week.
King Thranduil has finally been cast. And no, it is not David Tennant like the rumours stated. It is Lee Pace. And apparently, according to Jackson, “Lee has always been [the] first choice for Thranduil”.
Robert Kazinsky, who was cast in the role of Fili, has had to leave The Hobbit Films production due to some personal reasons. This was the update on the matter by Peter Jackson:
I am sad to report that Rob Kazinsky, who was cast in the role of Fili, is having to leave The Hobbit and return home, for personal reasons. Rob has been terrific to work with and his enthusiasm and infectious sense of humour will be missed by all of us. I should say that Rob’s departure will not affect ongoing filming of The Hobbit, nor will it impact work done to date, as we had yet to film much of Fili’s storyline. At the moment we are shooting scenes featuring Bilbo without the Dwarves, which will give us time to find a new Fili. I’ll keep everyone posted with updates as they come.
Robert tweeted about the matter and this is what he says:
Thanks for all your support, Peter and team have been the most wonderful and supportive team to work for and it’s with a truly sad heart that things have turned out this way. The Hobbit will go on to be as great as i’ve seen and I will miss the family and friends that i’ve here…