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Orlando Bloom's Legolas Takes Aim in New 'Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' Character Poster

Orlando Bloom's Legolas Takes Aim in New 'Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' Character Poster

Orlando Bloom keeps it cool in a leather jacket while arriving on a flight at LAX Airport on Thursday (October 9) in Los Angeles.

The 37-year-old actor flew in from New York City, where he rocked a tuxedo for the Friars Foundation Gala.

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Check out the new character poster below of Orlando channeling his character Legolas in his highly anticipated film The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, which hits theaters on December 17. We can’t wait to watch the film!

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  • Elena

    Today on Keeping Up With the Kerrdashians: Useless, unwashed and greasy Orlando being useless, unwashed and greasy. Oh, and here is a badly Photoshopped posted of a character he was too old to play and has no business in The Hobbit whatsoever but the director felt badly that his career, the one said director is unfortunately responsible for, is in the toilet so he got written into the film anyway.

  • Lol!

    Wow. The troll just gets more and more ridiculous every day, doesn’t she!
    Now she thinks that a director, producer, and an entire movie studio will risk hundreds of millions of dollars just to help out an actor who is so wealthy that he never has to work again, because they felt sorry for him????
    LOL!!
    Sure thing, troll.
    I’m sure that it had nothing to do with the fact that Legolas is one of the most popular characters from LOTR. Or the fact that his father is an important part of The Hobbit so it makes perfect sense that he is there. Or the fact that he became, along with Gandalf, a link for fans of LOTR, who may not have read the books.
    Are you angry about the inclusion of Galadriel, as well? She’s not supposed to be in The Hobbit, either. And Cate is also 13-14 years older.
    Why aren’t you ranting about her inclusion??
    Oh, never mind. I forgot. Hypocrite.

  • Yes!

    So gorgeous!
    Both in character, and in real life.
    Too handsome for words.

  • Kanadian Banschee

    @Lol!: @Lol!:
    I have no respect nor time for trolls and she is well below the quality control line for trolls and perhaps well off her meds. He looks very well but it’s also time for him to be on screen in a more timely way. Zulu is still not widely available and the latest installation of LOTR was filmed eons ago. He is fantastic but lately he has been more in the gossip pages than film announcements. Where is that Kingdom of Heaven lead actor that I admire?

  • sheigh

    Scary poster !

  • lorena

    Orlando Bloom – one of the best, even if not always at the top (but it goes the same for all of us – ups and downs). But still one of the best (any sens of term)! ;-)

  • EB

    Beautiful poster, beautiful man. Love him ^.^

  • Linda Hsu

    What a beautiful man! Love you! Orlando!

  • PuppyLove

    @Lol!:
    What you said.
    I love these characters, and I don’t care if they pad it to death to get more of them, i.e., the bird poo on Radagast’s hair and his flying bunny sled (both of which a Tolkien-maven told me are Jackson’s additions–haven’t read the books in a while). Galadriel and the White Council were mentioned in the books, but it was nice having those scenes fleshed out instead of hinted at. Also WHY Gandalf keeps disappearing–in the original book, it seems like a plot device to get Bilbo and the Dwarves on their own, but why not hint at the developing power of Sauron?
    As for Legolas, loved when he sneered at the picture of little Gimli–never realizing how well he would one day get to know him!

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