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Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom: Easter Landing with Flynn!

Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom: Easter Landing with Flynn!

Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom make their way through LAX Airport with their baby boy Flynn, 2, on Easter Sunday (March 31) in Los Angeles.

It was just announced that the 36-year-old actor will be heading to Broadway in the upcoming interracial production of Romeo & Juliet opposite Tony nominated actress Condola Rashad.

The first footage of Orlando making his return as his character Legolas in the highly anticipated flick The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug was just released. Check it out below!

“The great thing about the second ['Hobbit'] movie — as it was with the ‘Two Towers’ actually — is that the stories start splitting up into multiple story lines and we can follow different characters as the story intensifies and the stakes go up,” director Peter Jackson said.


Orlando Bloom in First Footage from “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”
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