elanorofrohan:

In the background
The Hobbit is an ensemble film: so many characters, different story-lines, and most of all, 13 Dwarves. A potential nightmare which became a real joy, according to Peter Jackson.
Therefore, the Dwarf-actors were required not only to perform their lines (only a few for most of them, actually), and to act “physically”, running and fighting, or just standing together.. but also to "act in the background", that is to live their characters even if they were not center-stage.
The ones who have brought this to perfection are Aidan and Dean. Standing outside Beorn’s house, being mere spectators of the ongoing action, Dean and Aidan exchange places, and look at each other in turn, as if they were real brothers, checking the other one if everything is okay. 
And it probably is like that: it is not acting anymore, it is life on the Hobbit set…
My Irish brother… my best friend…
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elanorofrohan:

In the background
The Hobbit is an ensemble film: so many characters, different story-lines, and most of all, 13 Dwarves. A potential nightmare which became a real joy, according to Peter Jackson.
Therefore, the Dwarf-actors were required not only to perform their lines (only a few for most of them, actually), and to act “physically”, running and fighting, or just standing together.. but also to "act in the background", that is to live their characters even if they were not center-stage.
The ones who have brought this to perfection are Aidan and Dean. Standing outside Beorn’s house, being mere spectators of the ongoing action, Dean and Aidan exchange places, and look at each other in turn, as if they were real brothers, checking the other one if everything is okay. 
And it probably is like that: it is not acting anymore, it is life on the Hobbit set…
My Irish brother… my best friend…
Zoom Info
elanorofrohan:

In the background
The Hobbit is an ensemble film: so many characters, different story-lines, and most of all, 13 Dwarves. A potential nightmare which became a real joy, according to Peter Jackson.
Therefore, the Dwarf-actors were required not only to perform their lines (only a few for most of them, actually), and to act “physically”, running and fighting, or just standing together.. but also to "act in the background", that is to live their characters even if they were not center-stage.
The ones who have brought this to perfection are Aidan and Dean. Standing outside Beorn’s house, being mere spectators of the ongoing action, Dean and Aidan exchange places, and look at each other in turn, as if they were real brothers, checking the other one if everything is okay. 
And it probably is like that: it is not acting anymore, it is life on the Hobbit set…
My Irish brother… my best friend…
Zoom Info

elanorofrohan:

In the background

The Hobbit is an ensemble film: so many characters, different story-lines, and most of all, 13 Dwarves. A potential nightmare which became a real joy, according to Peter Jackson.

Therefore, the Dwarf-actors were required not only to perform their lines (only a few for most of them, actually), and to act “physically”, running and fighting, or just standing together.. but also to "act in the background", that is to live their characters even if they were not center-stage.

The ones who have brought this to perfection are Aidan and Dean. Standing outside Beorn’s house, being mere spectators of the ongoing action, Dean and Aidan exchange places, and look at each other in turn, as if they were real brothers, checking the other one if everything is okay. 

And it probably is like that: it is not acting anymore, it is life on the Hobbit set…

My Irish brother… my best friend…

nelyo3:

My Tiny Balls

DoS EE behind the scene

Hilarious Deano and wonderful Makr Hadlow as always.

(Were you touchin’ your brother’s butt, Kili?)