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Jan 26 2014, 10:39pm

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The most beautiful elf is Thranduil

Lee Pace with that blonde wig is the closest thing to an angel in the history of cinema. They did a great job with his costume and make up. And Lee Pace is a great actor, he totally dominates the scenes with that elven grace and sense of inner strength and old age. I love how they portrayed Thranduil overall, it's a lot like I imagined him in the book. My favourite scene with him is the first time you see him, the close-ups of his eyes, crown, staff and jewellery... it's just so beautiful.

I do hope there's more Thranduil in the EE. I would love to see a scene with him and Legolas where they are more gentle towards each other.

I can't wait to see Thranduil in BoFA. He looked amazing in that elven armour we saw in the vlog Blush

And now, WARNING, fangirling below...


(This post was edited by Ataahua on Jan 26 2014, 11:05pm)

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