A nearly unrecognizable Evangeline Lilly showed off a new hairstyle at the premiere of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in New Zealand Wednesday. The former Lost star, known for her flowing brunette locks, now dons a super short, wavy look tinged with blond highlights.
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Just after the Oscar nominations were read on Tuesday morning, Albert Brooks tweeted: "And to the Academy: "You don't like me. You really don't like me." The Drive star seemed to be a near-lock for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination, but his name wound up on the wrong side of the shortlist. "I got ROBBED. I don't mean the Oscars, I mean literally. My pants and shoes have been stolen," he continued to quip on Twitter. But Brooks' omission wasn't the only big shocker. Here are our top surprises and snubs:
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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey won't hit theaters for another year, but you can feast your eyes on the long-awaited teaser trailer now.
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Lost's Evangeline Lilly has joined The Hobbit.
"Evangeline Lilly will be playing a new character—the Woodland Elf, Tauriel," director Peter Jackson announced on Facebook. "Her name means 'daughter of Mirkwood' and, beyond that, we must leave you guessing! (No, there is no romantic connection to Legolas.) What is not a secret is how talented and compelling an actress Evangeline is; we are thrilled and excited she will be the one to bring our first true Sylvan Elf to life."
Peter Jackson's pair of films based on J.R.R. Tolkein's Lord of the Rings prequel, The Hobbit, now have their official titles and release dates, according to The Hollywood Reporter...
Orlando Bloom has signed on to The Hobbit, director Peter Jackson announced.
"Ten years ago, Orlando Bloom created an iconic character with his portrayal of Legolas. I'm excited to announce today that we'll be revisiting Middle Earth with him once more," Jackson wrote on his Facebook page. "I'm thrilled to be working with Orlando again. Funny thing is, I look older—and he doesn't! I guess that's why he makes such a wonderful elf."
Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson recently announced on his Facebook page that he has cast Stephen Fry in his upcoming two-part LOTR prequel The Hobbit. Fry will fill the role of...
Rob Kazinsky is leaving The Hobbit for unspecified personal reasons.
Director Peter Jackson confirmed Sunday on Facebook that Kazinsky, who was cast as the dwarf Fili, has exited the two-part adaptation, but he insisted that production would not be affected.
Peter Jackson released from hospital after surgery
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Director Peter Jackson has been released from a New Zealand hospital after undergoing surgery for a perforated ulcer, Entertainment Weekly reports.
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Jackson, 49, underwent the procedure on...
Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson has undergone surgery for a perforated ulcer, The Associated Press reports.
Jackson was admitted to a Wellington, New Zealand, hospital on Wednesday after suffering severe stomach pains, his publicist said. He is now resting comfortably and expected to make a full recovery.