He wasn’t able to say much about the production of The Hobbit, but he was able to hint a little toward what to expect from Bard the Bowman in comparison to the book!

Thanks to Total Film (via CBM) for the interview!

On How Large His Role In The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Is:
“There’s slightly more Bard in the movie than is in the novel. Everything in the book is definitely in the film but… [whispers] I’ll have my tongue cut out if I say anything else. Let’s put it this way – I shoot a lot of arrows…”

On Seeing The Set For The First Time:
“I can’t really describe it. When I first arrived I went straight to Bilbo’s house. I saw it on the big screen when I was 21 and there I was, walking around it in costume – a very special moment. I’ll look back on that in 20 years and hopefully be as proud as I am now.”

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20 years ago today

20 years ago today, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was published by Bloomsbury in the United Kingdom. 20 years ago today, our lives changed forever.

June 26, 2017
The Podcasts

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Episode #149 – The Bragnargh

Hype Podcast talks the Black Panther and Coco trailers, the negative The Mummy reviews, Orange is the New Black and much more.

June 14, 2017
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