I get this feeling that Ian and Patrick are more than just friends. Is Patrick Stewart a closeted homosexual? Did Patrick marry Sunny Ozell just to cover it up?
I’m not alone on this, though… many others out there are coming to a suspicion that Patrick might be gay too.
Yes, I did see the first Hobbit movie in theater last year, and I will see this one too. This one looks just as good. I am a fan of the Tolkien books and the movies.
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This is great news! Bryan Singer announced the surprising news today, that Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen will be reprising their roles for the upcoming, “X-Men: Days of Future Past” film. There will be the young Professor X/Magneto and the old ones. Keep in mind that the new X-Men movies are prequels to the trilogy, so it’s looking like Patrick and Ian will have their appearances in the new film in smaller roles for the end of the movie, when the characters are grown up.
It’ll be nice to finally see Patrick Stewart back on the big screen, in a big way, finally. Patrick slowed down in acting so he can do theater and Broadway stuff like, “Macbeth”. Patrick still acted in film but he did a lot of voice work for animated films and smaller projects.
Patrick last had a cameo as Professor X, in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” in 2009. It’ll be nice to see him in a longer role, this time.
More on the story, here.
Ok, LOTR geeks, I know you’re all going to geek out over this. “The Hobbit” trailer is here and it looks pretty cool. I’m interested.
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I know the world is getting excited for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit” but am I the only one here who thinks this is not gonna be good? Why the hell bring back Gollum, Frodo, Galadriel, and other characters, when they weren’t in the original, “Hobbit” story, from the 1937 novel.
The only characters from the original LOTR series that should be in the film is none other than Bilbo and Gandalf, since those two were the most important part of the story. It’s typical Hollywood, changing the plot around to help the box office, period.
I’ve read the novel “The Hobbit”, it’s one of my favorites. It’s a classic. I know Peter Jackson is going to change the whole story around to make it similar to the the original LOTR films. I’m not sure if I will see, “The Hobbit” or not. They should stay true and follow the original story, but you know they won’t. “The Hobbit” is a prequel to the “Fellowship of the Ring”, so it won’t make sense to bring the other characters in.
If you want to know why I don’t write about “The Hobbit” so much, this is why. I didn’t want to disappoint people with my honesty, so here I am, speaking it all out.
I just thought of an idea for my next video blog, and maybe I will explain more in detail on why, “The Hobbit” is going to suck.
Actor Ian McKellen confirmed to the public he is reprising his legendary role as Gandalf in “The Hobbit”. McKellen is signed to play both “Hobbit” films with Guillermo del Toro being the director of the film. McKellen says this role is too hard to pass up because he loved playing the character in the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy. Sounds like he just can’t wait to get back to it.
You can see Ian McKellen in other films such as the “X-Men” trilogy, “The Da Vinci Code”, “Apt Pupil” and more to list.
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Gandalf without Ian McKellen would be wrong so I’m glad he’s back!