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Mr. Del Toro next time u r on plz read this

mordor89
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Apr 26 2008, 10:46am


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Mr. Del Toro next time u r on plz read this Can't Post

i know a lot of these are pretty much done but this is so neccasry i MUST reinforce speccaly since i know ur on this bd

Ian mckellen hasb een confirmed since day 1 so ill leave him alone but

Andy serkis MUST reprise the role of gollum

and i dont know y ne1 thinks idffret prob. never opend the books but

Ian Holm


MUST

MUST

MUST MUST MUST reprise the role of Mr. BIlbo Baggins (he hasnt aged a day remember look at fotr opening)

Thank you

Subject User Time
Mr. Del Toro next time u r on plz read this mordor89 Send a private message to mordor89 Apr 26 2008, 10:46am
    Please DON'T overdo the spiders... SteveDJ Send a private message to SteveDJ Apr 26 2008, 3:43pm
        Who cares a rip... mwirkk Send a private message to mwirkk Apr 26 2008, 11:22pm
            He is only saying.... stormcrow20 Send a private message to stormcrow20 Apr 27 2008, 3:34am
                I don't totally disagree... mwirkk Send a private message to mwirkk Apr 27 2008, 8:15am
                    Early films spoil later ones. N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Apr 27 2008, 3:48pm
                        Now you see it, now you don't Rivendweller Send a private message to Rivendweller Apr 27 2008, 7:48pm
                            spiders Thorin Firehelm Send a private message to Thorin Firehelm Apr 27 2008, 8:57pm
                                Oh, I quite agree Rivendweller Send a private message to Rivendweller Apr 27 2008, 9:04pm
                        Book-1sters Vs. Movie-1sters!?! mwirkk Send a private message to mwirkk Apr 27 2008, 9:16pm
                            Films, or Adaptations? N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Apr 27 2008, 10:36pm
                            Not "changed" stormcrow20 Send a private message to stormcrow20 Apr 28 2008, 1:14am
                                That was my understanding, also. // N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Apr 28 2008, 1:17am
                                I don't disagree with that. :) mwirkk Send a private message to mwirkk Apr 28 2008, 1:24am
                                    Xenarwen stormcrow20 Send a private message to stormcrow20 Apr 28 2008, 1:33am
                                        The reason I say that is... mwirkk Send a private message to mwirkk Apr 28 2008, 1:38am
                                            Well.... Silverlode Send a private message to Silverlode Apr 28 2008, 7:04am
                                                Excellent points - Thx! :) // mwirkk Send a private message to mwirkk Apr 28 2008, 7:18am
        Consider the filmmakers and put your fears to rest. ShadoFaxs Send a private message to ShadoFaxs Apr 28 2008, 4:01am
    Hi mordor89. Ataahua Send a private message to Ataahua Apr 26 2008, 8:33pm
        It's probably been taken care of already... Tikiboom Send a private message to Tikiboom Apr 27 2008, 8:42am
            Your thought is spot-on, me thinks! :) // mwirkk Send a private message to mwirkk Apr 27 2008, 9:31pm

 
 
 

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