"Well, big boots and then fake prosthetic hands which is very disappointing when you go to the bathroom during shooting… very, very disappointing."
Richard Armitage (being cheeky as usual) [x
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Richard & Luke @ ‘40 Principales Awards’ 2013
Like you said, it might be an injury he got fighting dragons. So, if he is fading, he might have shown the injury by accident. He was angry, bad memories were on his mind and he lost control or something. Perhaps he showed him to prove that it takes way more than courage & power to fight a dragon. I like the idea of him losing control & showing how he looks because it makes him more "human" than he is shown but I also like the idea of him showing off the scar, sort of, because if he fought -
Thought’s on Thranduil’s THING in DOS. You know the thing. SPOILERS OBVIOUSLY, and rambling ahead.
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I’m sorry I triggered you by sending you this ask x)
hahaha nah it’s alright it was actually on my mind ever since i saw the movie, but now i have some idea on what might have happened
hi! i just wanna say, about thranduil's face in the movie, i think it was a result of him fighting in the great serpent wars and getting injured in battle or something like that. and now he just covers it with magic?? i think??
(SPOILER DON'T READ PEOPLE STOP) Me and my friends have two headcanons: 1. he fought dragons in his time, got burned and this is what he really looks like underneath some kind of elven glamour; 2. this is Peter's interpretation of what elves look like when they're fading; Lee said in an interview that Thranduil is fading. Either of these, or maybe a combination of both.
I’ve read so much bagginshield fanfiction I’m probably going to be really confused when I see the next two movies
yeah shit goes down between them in mirkwood duh
what do you mean Bilbo and Thorin don’t get it on in Lake Town
thorin does WHAT in erebor?
THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES ENDS HOW