The Hobbit: All 13 Dwarves Revealed

I’m sure many of you fans of the Lord of the Rings and J.R.R. Tolkien‘s novels will be eagerly awaiting the arrival of the first installment of the adaptation of The Hobbit, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. So to keep the excitement flowing, we have been given a nice little treat. Costume designs have been completed for all 13 of the Dwarves that will be appearing in the movie, and an image of the 13th Dwarf has recently been revealed – Thorin Oakenshield (centre) (Richard Armitage).  Check out the image of all 13 Dwarves:

As you can see, all 13 of the Dwarves appear to have very unique costume designs, putting to ease any skeptical thoughts anyone may have had on the Dwarves being too similar, as there are so many of them in one movie. And although I haven’t read the book, it will be interesting to see the unique and individual personalities and traits portrayed by each Dwarf. So, what do you think about the Dwarves’ portrayals so far? Do they reflect the books in a positive light? Share your opinions, and keep an eye out for more updates on The Hobbit, which will be directed by Peter Jackson and is due for release on the 14th December, 2012.

In the meantime, check out our post by Daniel Hart, on whether movies do their preceding books any justice – in this case, focusing on Harry Potter:

By Manpreet Singh

2 Comments on “The Hobbit: All 13 Dwarves Revealed”

  1. Bonnie Stone says:

    They definitely don’t look as the book described them, but then we all have a stereotypical idea of Dwarves because of the book. I really rather like them and can’t wait for the movie to come out. And you’re correct, they do show individual personality and I find them truly awesome.

    I do have to say though, Thorin looks a bit like Gowron from Star Trek. lol. 😀

    • moviehart says:

      Haha, I’m not huge on Star Trek (love the latest movie though), just had to Google it, it actually does look a bit like him. Yeah, the movie’s definitely going to be an awesome one 🙂

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