Thorin’s Death // Chapter XVII
“There is more in you of good than you know, child of the kindly West. Some courage and some wisdom, blended in measure. If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. But sad or merry, I must leave it now. Farewell!”
Fandom PSA before this issue crops up again:
- Bones is not saying Spock would let Jim die because he thinks Spock is mean and hates Jim
- Bones is not telling Jim to please let Spock die because he hates Spock and wants him to die
- Bones is reminding Jim that Spock values the Prime Directive a lot, as he should, and just as he would let himself die for it, he would probably also let Jim die if it was unavoidable in order to uphold it.
What can I say except asdfghjhgfdZxcvbnmkjhgfdszxcvbnmkjhgfzcvbnm
EDIT: Now when someone pointed it out, I can see that these three photos’re from videoblogs and Dragonslayer.. well there was an attempt :D Luckily trailer description seems legit ;)
OMGITSBRILLIANT SAID: It ends with Smaug waking up because of a fucking bird. That’s right after they escaped the ork who was after Thorin. (I haven’t read the book so I don’t really know if it is in it/if it helps.)
Hmm interesting. I didn’t know history goes that far in the first movie (what will they show in third part then? O.o). Anyway thank you, dear ;)
At “Giornate Professionali del Cinema” in Sorrento (Italy), they show an exclusive clip from Thor: The Dark World!
“… we see a Tom Hiddleston/Loki wounded, imprisoned, rumpled, far from royalty that has so far distinguished him in Marvel movies. His anger seems more and more desperate and irrational, also in a later scene in which he is free again, but always furious. The character is far from having exhausted its charm.”
“Loki appears for a few moments without masks and crowns, with his hair down, sitting with a crazy look in some prison.”
…if this is true that is